A weird, monumental stone elephant has the power to lead a curious mind to make the statement, “No artist before or since Bernini has ever so clearly defined the image of a great city.”
C. J. Howard
C. J. Howard is an assistant professor in Catholic University’s School of Architecture and Planning. As lead project architect for McCrery Architects, he led the design and construction of ecclesiastical projects like the Newman Student Center at the University of Nebraska and the Christ the King Chapel at the Franciscan University of Steubenville.
Articles by C. J. Howard
Imagine a re-enacted processional route to escort Jesus’s crown of thorns from Sainte-Chappelle, commissioned by Saint Louis IX King of France, to its new home in Paris’s Catholic cathedral a few blocks away.