Neither Crystal Nor Gold: The Transformation of the Crystal Cathedral into Christ's Cathedral

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Neither Crystal Nor Gold

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Neither Crystal nor Gold is about the mysterious work of the Holy Spirit in the transition of Dr. Robert Schuller's massive 10,000-glass-pane Crystal Cathedral into the Christ Cathedral of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange. It is an amazing story of how, over the course of several decades, God was bringing together the lives and work of so many in ways no one could imagine.

Christ Cathedral is alive with examples of faith and the work of human hands and hearts, enlightened by the movement of the Holy Spirit. Each phase of the story introduces new and critical players, both Protestant and Catholic, who served their own roles large and small. Each person is a unique and essential thread in the development of Christ Cathedral that, when woven together, reveal the splendor of God's providential hand at work in the lives of those dedicated to His service. It speaks to the beauty of ecumenism and trusting in God's plan, especially when we may not clearly understand how he is at work in our hands.

- 6" x 9"
- Pages: 262
- Hardcover

Robert W. Artigo is an American investigative journalist and author. His work has appeared in broadcasts by CBS and ABC, as well as other major news providers. He has earned prestigious journalism honors, including the Associated Press Mark Twain Award and Edward R. Murrow Award. Mr. Artigo also enjoyed a successful twenty-year career in broadcast journalism. He is a U.S. Army veteran and holds an investigator's license in California. Mr. Artigo's first nonfiction book, Black and Pro-Life in America: The Incarceration and Exoneration of Walter B. Hoye II, was published by Ignatius Press in 2018.

"The purchase of the Crystal Cathedral for the Diocese of Orange is one of the most important real estate transactions for the American Church in 100 years" - Cardinal Timothy Dolan, Archbishop of New York

"This isn't just the story of Christ Cathedral. This is the story of the Holy Spirit, who moves in mysterious ways and makes use of God's people–even when we least expect it." - Timothy Busch, The Napa Institute and Pacific Hospitality Group


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  • 5
    Great Book

    Posted by Michele M. Witowski on Nov 10th 2021

    This is an amazing story! I don't want to put the book down.