Blueprints and Beatitudes

For Easter Sunday, four of Fort Worth’s grand church buildings.

St. Patrick Cathedral (1892, James J. Kane). Fort Worth’s oldest continuously used church building.

St. Mary of the Assumption Catholic Church (1924, Sanguinet and Staats).

St. Andrew’s United Methodist (1904, James Edward Flanders). Such towers—these are stamped metal—were Flanders’s signature.

First United Methodist Church (1930, Wiley Clarkson).

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