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Vincent Crosby is an artist specializing in the design and execution of quality pieces for the Liturgy.  He did his undergraduate studies in sculpture at Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia.  After a year of independent studies in Rome, he went on to earn an M.F.A. in Fibers and Fabrics from Catholic University of America, in Washington, D.C. Since then he has dedicated his life to serving the Church as a liturgical artist.


As an artist, Vincent is concerned not just with fulfilling ritual requirements. He is even more so concerned with revealing meaning, capturing imagination and pointing to the Mystery of Faith.  In ritual celebration it is not only the ministers who need to be vested well.  The objects used are also deserving of reverence. For that reason we should take great care to dress the Altar, veil the vessels, drape the Cross, adorn the walls and cover the books.


This is no mere exercise in "ecclesiastical interior decoration".  It is an outward manifestation of Faith.



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