A Burlington church designed by Edward Larrabee Barnes and Dan Kiley faces an uncertain future

An Edward Larrabee Barnes and Dan Kiley collaboration stands in the center of Burlington, Vermont—but it might not for much longer. The former Catholic Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, completed in 1977, has sat unused since 2018. Since then, it’s been surrounded by chain link fence and remains in active danger of demolition.

Barnes and Kiley were repeat collaborators, with Kiley designing landscapes alongside Barnes work at the Dallas Museum of Art, Scaife Galleries at the Carnegie Museum in Pittsburgh, and elsewhere. They took a spiritual turn on this project, a new cathedral for the Catholic diocese of Burlington, which replaced the previous Gothic

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