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ARCHITECT'S CONCEPTUAL DRAWING: HISTORY OF THE BEATIFICATION
OF BLESSED MIRIAM TERESA
CONVENT STATION, NJ
The entry into this ante-room is through a door at the right of the drawing. Pilgrims enter the ante-room and follow the history–moving right to the left–as they progress toward the crypt entry. The door frame shown in the image is the entry to the crypt.
Image Area is 20' wide X 13' high
PRELIMINARY DESIGN CONCEPTS
Miriam Teresa was an amateur artist. The sisters wanted a favored painting of purple flowers to feature prominantly in the design. The flower pattern was eventually abandoned for clarity and simplicity.
DESIGN PROGRESSION THROUGH V6
FINAL APPROVED DESIGN
ARCHITECT'S SKETCHES OF THREE POSTERS
AND FINAL ARTWORK
Miriam Teresa’s family was from an area in Europe on the dividing line between the eastern and western branches of the church.
Her family followed the eastern tradition; it is unsure whether she fully converted to the Roman Catholic church in America
before dying, so her Beatification is a cooperative venture, bringing together the two traditions.