Richard S. Vosko

Musings on religion, art and architecture



Dear Friends, Parishioners, Readers of my blog:

As many of you now know I am taking an extended sabbatical to complete a number of writing projects concerning Post-Conciliar church architecture. My research will build on the work I have been doing for the past 45 years. Of course, the award winning St. Vincent de Paul church, Albany, NY will be featured.

Although the entire schedule is hard to determine right now, it is important for me to take sufficient time to complete the tasks ahead. In this light, I will not be posting a homily on this blog until further notice.

Know of my sincere appreciation for the helpful comments and suggestions you have given me since I began this blog in February 2010. You have helped my preaching immensely. Thank you.

Peace be with you.



Author: Richard S. Vosko

Richard S. Vosko, Ph.D., Hon. AIA, is an internationally known sacred space planner. He is a presbyter in the Diocese of Albany who enjoys the classroom as much as the pulpit. On Sundays he presides at worship at St. Vincent de Paul Parish, Albany, NY. For more information on Vosko’s background, his projects, publications and speaking engagements please go to his website. For his homilies and occasional musings about religion, art and architecture go to his blog. Comments, questions and suggestions are always welcomed there.


  1. We will miss your kind face and beautiful and challenging words! Blessings and prayers on you and your work.


  2. I will tell myself the stories while you are gone. If I come up with a good one, I’ll send it to you. All our houses are God’s. Love and Peace, Pat Reilly


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