In but two years (1926-1928) St. Mary’s Cathedral in Grand Island was completed, a marriage of faith and engineering.
Grand Island volunteer finds symmetry, beauty in his faith
Mike Kube, a member of St. Mary’s Cathedral, knows quite a bit about the juxtaposition of science and the divine. Kube is an accomplished civil engineer, having been on the Bureau of Reclamation team who worked on the Calamus Dam, among other water projects, like irrigation canals and pipeline distribution systems.
It’s when he talks about his church-home that the intersection of beliefs many hold against one another intersect. “This cathedral 100 years ago … somebody has spent the money and time and sweat equity and built a facility — a beautiful facility.”
Read the rest of the story about Growing Project Leader Mike Kube in The Grand Island Independent at theindependent.com