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The People or the Steeple? An Examination of Sacramental Architecture among Parishioners

By | April 6th, 2016|Categories: Articles|

The People or the Steeple? by: Kevin C Manning, Nicholas J. Watkins, and Kathryn H. Anthony, appearing in Volume 16 of the 'Sacred Architecture'  Designs among Catholic churches in the post-Vatican II era have been diverse.  These changes have evoked [...]

A Case for Diversity in the Design of Catholic Churches

By | March 3rd, 2016|Categories: Articles|

The Catholic Church possesses a rich tradition of artistic beauty. From east to west flow many artistic traditions, styles, and points of emphasis based on diverse cultural values, traditions and backgrounds within the global Catholic Church. But the goal of [...]

Where Faith Meets Work

By | June 24th, 2014|Categories: Articles|

“Where Faith Meets Work” - Dave Kuhlman's personal story about how his faith impacted his career and led him to specialize in serving churches and faith based clients.

These parishioners refused to let their church crumble

By | May 21st, 2014|Categories: Articles|

Crain's Chicago Business published an interesting article about the recent renovations done at St. Paul's Catholic Church in Chicago, complete with some great photos.  JNKA is proud to have had the opportunity to assist in both the renovations described in the article [...]

Christian School Products features St. Mary of the Woods School in Chicago

By | March 17th, 2014|Categories: Articles, News|Tags: |

The September 2013 publication of Christian School Products features an article on St.Mary of the Woods School in Chicago. The brief article describes the challenges faced at the height of the economic downturn and the eventual solutions realized by JNKA [...]

From Historic Seminary High School to Archdiocese Headquarters: The Quigley Story

By | January 13th, 2014|Categories: Articles, News|Tags: |

Dave Kuhlman, President of JNKA, recently authored a featured article for the Conference for Catholic Facility Management's (CCFM) Fall 2013 publication; The article focuses on the Archbishop Quigley Center and it's transformation from a pre-seminary high school to the administrative headquarters [...]