LAYMEN'S CLUB: Strangers & Pilgrims: A Centennial History of The Laymen's Club
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Strangers & Pilgrims: A Centennial History of The Laymen's Club

by Francis J. Sypher Jr.
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A new book that tells the history of the Laymen's Club at St. John the Divine, the magnificent Episcopal cathedral in New York City. Includes a message from Dean James Kowalski, a foreward by Stanley M. Ackert III, illustrations, notes, bibliography, an anthem set to music by Ralph Vaughan Williams, and a long poem, "The Cathedral" by Edward Hagaman Hall.

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Book Details:
Hardcover, 169 pages
Published 2012 by The Laymen's Club of the Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine
edition language English

Includes bibliographical references and index.

The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine -- The founding of the Laymen's Club -- Civic antecedents: the once and future cathedral -- Laymen's Club sponsorship of the pilgrims' pavement -- Laymen's Club projects, 1934-1965 -- Bishop Moore and Dean Morton: a new era begins, 1972-1985 -- The crossing and the compass rose -- To the hundredth anniversary and beyond.