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Trio Teachable? Bottled beauty ... page 7 ... page 11 ... page 23 FREE! At all the BEST www.TheOldTimes.com Antiques P.O. Box 411 Shops and Sauk Centre, MN Shows! 56378 Section One Vol. 27 No. 3 • “Vintage, Collectible, & Antique Wonders” • March 2017 A neighborhood presence for 100 years Be Our Guest Tad Bornhoft Guest Columnist By Tad Bornhoft The Church of the Incarnation shortly after its MINNEAPOLIS-- completion in 1919 at the corner of Pleasant When I started Avenue South and 38th Street in Minneapolis. Incarnation’s French-born architect Emmanual researching the history Masqueray clearly followed the European model of my parish for its of churches: A substantial structure dominating 100th anniversary the urban landscape, a bell tower visible from far celebration, it occurred off, a building clearly recognizable as a church, to me that my wife and integrated into the neighborhood in a way that I had been at the church reminds the people of the building’s purpose and for over a quarter of importance to parishioners. (Photo courtesy of the that time. That gave me Minnesota Historical Society) A bas relief sculpture of a cross on the front of the pulpit. Jesus, depicted with the crown of thorns he wore when he was nailed to a wooden cross, is in the middle. The four gospel writers, each of whom tell the story of Jesus in the New Testament, are portrayed as the four “living creatures” that surround God’s throne, as described in the Book of Revelations 4:7: Matthew, the winged man (or human angel); Luke, the ox; John, the eagle; and Mark, the lion. enough perspective to new neighborhoods reach of the Catholic look back and make wanted to offer a Church in the Twin note of some things that strength and steadiness Cities. After the turn of had changed from the to their worshipers. the 20th century, he time we were married, This solidity was in saw that more people and also to contemplate part presented to them were looking to live in the constant and stable through the strength neighborhoods further attributes of parish life. and tradition of the out from the The parish was begun church building. downtowns. In 1916 he A rose window is a large circular stained glass window above the central at a time and place From the time he enlisted his favorite entrance to a church. Segments of stained glass radiate out from its center, when much was new became archbishop of architect, Emmanuel resembling the unfolding petals of a rose. The rose window can be the initial and people experienced the diocese of St. Paul Masqueray, to design element of iconography to those entering the church. Seen here from the more uncertainty than and Minneapolis in altar, Incarnation’s rose window rises above the choir loft and depicts St. stability. Those who 1888, John Ireland Be Our Guest Cecilia, who symbolizes the central role of music to the liturgy. brought the church to sought to expand the Cont. on page 3 2 Fabulous All Shows... 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Directly across the church is another triptych, depicting the Transfiguration of Jesus, an event before his crucifixion in which he discussed with Moses and Elijah two Old Testament figures, the upcoming accomplishment of his mission through suffering and death on the cross. OFF All Regularly Priced Be Our Guest Cont. from page 1 Items Over $5.00 the first parish church south of Lake Street in Refreshments will be served Minneapolis. To be called The Church of the Incarnation, the project was a step in ALWAYS OPEN!! faith, building a new church in a sparsely populated area on the city’s outskirts. Ireland Masqueray knew each and Mon-Sat: 10 - 5:30 other well and had worked together for Sunday: 11 - 5 7,800 several years. The Frenchman had studied architecture in Paris and immigrated to the Square Feet of United States in 1887. He worked in New The cornerstone of the Church of the Incarnation was laid during a York until 1901, when JOY! ceremony on August 5, 1917, with Archbishop John Ireland presiding. The he was appointed Chief text inscribed on the stone was taken from the Gospel of John, “The Word of Design at the was made flesh and dwelt among us.” Placed in a copper box within the St. Louisiana Purchase Cloud red granite cornerstone was a sheet of vellum upon which was written Exposition in St. Louis, the date of the ceremony and the names of the President of the United States, Mo., where he met Woodrow Wilson; the governor of Minnesota, J.A.A. Burnquist; the Archbishop; and the pastor of the church, Father James Cleary. Copies of the Twin Cities’ daily newspapers and three local Catholic weeklies were also Be Our Guest www.AmoreAntiques.com included. Cont. on page 4 4 The Old Times March 2017 A bas relief sculpture of a lamb on the altar. The lamb represents Jesus, who Christians believe allowed himself, as the Son of God made man, to be sacrificed like a spotless lamb for the sins of the people. The medallions hanging below the altar on which the lamb lies represent the seven sacraments practiced by Catholics: Baptism, Penance, Eucharist, Confirmation, Matrimony, Holy Orders, and Extreme Unction Marble is a lovely, durable, and translucent stone long favored for making three-dimensional artwork. It is also valued by sculptors for its relative softness. The carving process begins with the making of a clay sculpture to size. Instruments are used to transfer measurements from the clay model to a block of marble to guide the sculptor. The carver makes use of increasingly refined tools and technique for chiseling, riffling (scraping o sawing), and filing the stone. Marble is also resistant to shattering, an attribute appreciated by carvers when their work was loaded into crates for a long voyage to Minneapolis. The marble used in Incarnation Church was probably quarried and carved in Pietrasanta, Italy, north of Pisa on the coast of northern Tuscany. Be Our Guest new cathedral for his as cathedrals for Cont. from page 3 archdiocese. Wichita, Kan., and Masqueray stayed Sioux Falls, S.D. Ireland. The two men in St. Paul the rest of Incarnation in found they shared a his life. He went on to Minneapolis would be love for magnificent design the Basilica of St. Masqueray’s last French cathedrals. Mary in Minneapolis project, and his largest Millennia ago, the baldacchino was a sheet of silk or other fine fabric suspended over the altar to provide a more dignified and significant setting Ireland asked Masqueray and several Protestant Medieval religious artwork sometimes depicted the cloth being supported by to come to St. Paul and and Catholic churches Be Our Guest angels. At Incarnation, angels adorn the tops of four columns supporting a act as architect for the in the Midwest, as well Cont. on page 5 marble baldacchino. North Dakota springs NAL DAY is early & late April shows O ues FI S E R . . . Jo N G C L hn’s Antiq --PRESS RELEASE Crying Hill Antiques of shows. GETTI BISMARCK. & Mandan, N.D. is spon- The first North Da- WEST FARGO, N.D.-- soring two April 2017 kota April show will be John says, in Bismarck on Satur- 75 OFF! day, April 1 from 9 a.m. “Okay... Mall of St. Paul to 5 p.m. and Sunday, % April 2 from 9 a.m. to ” 1817 Selby Ave 4 p.m. at the Burleigh (Corner of Selby & Fairview) St. Paul, MN • 651-647-6163 County 4H Building located at 3715 E. Bis- Julie says, www.MallOfStPaul.com marck Expressway in Bismarck, N.D. “I Love You Dad, Antiques • Clothing • Vintage • Furniture The second show but... 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YES! • 1,000’s of Items North Dakota artifacts We’re • Stained Glass Windows are a specialty! 261 Fort Road (West 7th) Buying! • Reasonable Prices Other Shops Nearby For information, HOURS: call 701-226-8122 or Mon - Fri: 10aM - 5:30pM St. Paul, MN 55102 Open Daily 9:30am-6pm • Closed Sunday The 226 West 7th Street • St. Paul, MN write daleks@earth- Sat: 10aM - 2:30pM Business is (1 Block West of Xcel and River Centers) link.net (CloSed WedneSdayS) John Remackel • (651) 222-6131 Still For Sale! (651) 227-2469 • Wally & Kurt Wescott March 2017 The Old Times 5 Along the walls lining the nave, the central part of the church where the congregation sits, are a series of windows above eye level known as a clerestory. The windows admit light without distracting worshippers by offering a view of the outside and, of course, are another venu for iconography. Featured here is a rendition of IHS, a shortened form of the name of Jesus Christ in Greek, dating from the third century. A reproduction of an icon depicting Our Lady of Perpetual Help. The origi- nal was painted on wood with a gold leaf background in the 13th century, and its Byzantine style is highly symbolic. The Blessed Virgin Mary wears a dress of dark red, representing Jesus’s suffering and death. The blue mantle represents her perpetual virginity, the cloaked veil, her pure modesty. She is looking towards the faithful and holding Jesus, whose crown symbolizes his divinity, while the Archangels Michael and Gabriel hover near. In one inter- pretation, Jesus has been asleep, seen his future sufferings in a dream, and woken with a start, kicking off his sandal. His mother comforts him as she looks outward with pity toward those he will save. Above on the left, Saint Michael presents Jesus with the lance and sponge to be used at his crucifi - ion. On the right, Saint Gabriel holds nails and a three-bar cross. Over the figures are Greek letters naming the  Mother of God, Jesus Christ, Archan- gel Michael, and Archangel Gabriel. Be Our Guest prairie “the cathedral of grew rapidly. As the Cont. from page 4 the cornfields.” But streetcars expanded Ireland’s foresight parish church. proved correct. The Be Our Guest “Our Lady of Victory,” instituted as an annual feast in the 16th century by In 1919, as con- population in the region Cont. on page 6 Pope Pius V, commemorates a victory in battle attributed to prayers to the struction on Incarnation Blessed Virgin Mary. This cast marble statute can be found at the back of the neared completion, Over 65 YEARS sanctuary. Marble casting allows faster and multiple production of a people called the of Lighting sculpture. After a mold is made of the original, a mixture of marble dust and towering edifice rising ANTIQUES in EXCELSIOR resin is poured into the mold and allowed to cure. 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The right window highlights St. Paschal Baylon, a 16th century Spaniard who had a great devotion to the presence of Christ in the consecrated bread and wine and who also was known for charity to the poor. He is often depicted, as here, in adoration before a vision of Jesus. owned businesses, Be Our Guest popular restaurants, and Cont. from page 5 several more churches. Minneapolis’s range, It’s not a French Incarnation Church cathedral, but stepping acted as a cornerstone inside Incarnation gives of the neighborhood’s a sense of majesty, development. reverence, and peace. Join Classified ads for The sanctuary of the south Minneapolis Incarnation, the space Fun! homes would now and at the front surrounding then mention the num- the altar on three sides, ber of blocks from the is constructed of brick Thurs/Fri: 10am-6pm • Sat: 10am-5pm listed property “to Fr. with stone trim and Treats, Refreshments, Cleary’s church,” ref- features a semicircular F Gift Certificate Drawings erencing Incarnation’s vaulted ceiling 60 feet 20% OF April Dates: April 13, 14 & 15 first pastor. Today the high divided into five ide! prosperous neighbor- broad arches. 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