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Mother of God Shrine & Altar Pavilion

Sisters of Saint Basil the Great

Uniontown, Pennsylvania

Mike Moyta, Design 3 Architecture

 

The Mother of God Shrine altar pavilion was built in 2000 by the Sisters of St. Basil the Great at their Mount Saint Macrina campus in Uniontown, PA.

I  designed it to reflect the wooden church heritage of the Carpatho-Russin Byzantine Catholic people who attend the Pilgrimage to Our Lady of Perpetual Help at Mt. St. Macrina every Labor Day weekend.

Their Shrine Altar Pavilion was built a few years before the Mother of God Shrine, and was also designed by me to be reminiscent of the wooden church heritage.

 

Shrine Narrative by Mike Moyta (Adobe PDF format)

 

Thanks and credit to Mike Moyta for this contribution.

Photos Copyright 2004, Mike Moyta

 

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Last Update: 27 April 2013                                                    Copyright 2003-2013, Bill Tarkulich