An eternal guard watches over James McCormick’s grave.
Across Cemetery Street from Pine Grove Cemetery in Berwick, Pennsylvania, is what looks long ago to have been a combination chapel-undertaker’s-sexton’s house in an attractive style on the outgoing edge of stick style and on the incoming edge of Queen Anne style (figure 1). Figure 1. Hell House. Berwick, PA. Photo: author. At some point …
An original (or rare) take on the traditional scene of the Pietà in Moscow, PA.
Northeastern PA is very Catholic. But nothing prepared me to find an Our Lady of Fátima statue group!
A portfolio of autumnal images of Marywood.
A reading from Ecclesiastes guides my meditation on Marywood today.
Scranton may be proud of the Mitchell monument; but hardly anyone sees its outstanding side, facing the courthouse.
Sixth in a series of visually interesting scenes at Marywood University.
Don’t talk to me about the street you live on unless it has both a fortress prison and a pirate Cap’n theme park restaurant.
Another round of images from Marywood’s beautiful campus.