March 27 is the death day of British Gothic Revival architect, Sir George Gilbert Scott. This is a good day to remind ourselves of the architectural component of the Patrimony: Pugin; Butterfield; Cram; Baker; Luytens; Comper; and Travers, to name a few of the most prominent, something of which this fine blogpost by Rick Yoder reminds us. Most of our communities may not be in a position to consider this an immediate issue – and if needed, there are folk like Cram and Ferguson about. Neverthless, please God a day shall come when there is again a huge demand for this particular of our gifts. In the meantime, cultivating knowledge of what was shall help us prepare for what shall be.
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