Requiescat in Pace, Stratford

Angelico Press

Stratford Caldecott, image courtesy of catholicherald.co.uk Stratford Caldecott, image courtesy of catholicherald.co.uk

Dear friends,

As many of you may already know, Stratford Caldecott died on July 17 at the age of 60, after a long struggle with cancer. He was a treasure to all who knew him or were otherwise touched by his life and work, and we will feel the world a lesser place now for his absence. His has been and will remain a guiding light for all of us at Angelico Press. Please keep Stratford and his family in your prayers in the coming weeks.

Requiescat in pace, Stratford.

John Riess

The life and work of Stratford Caldecott was devoted to the service of the truth, beauty, and goodness of God, thus opening up minds and hearts to the wonder of the Creator and creation, including our very selves. Below we here at Angelico share what Stratford’s work has meant to us.

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