Those Belgians are nice too.
My daughter lives in the Albany/Saratoga area of NY, so maybe one day I’ll get to visit, if just to browse the gift shop. Cambridge is a little out of the way.
That chapel is certainly beautiful architecture. It looks Russian. Even the walls remind me of the chapel at Ft. Ross in CA (now burned to the ground by vandals) that dated from when the Russians had outposts almost as far south as San Francisco. Ft. Ross and the chapel were built of weathered redwood. Do you know what the Monks of New Skete used to build theirs?
If you’re in Albany, you’re not too far; well worth the drive from there. No, I’m not aware where the wood came from for the chapel, although the plaque on the door indicates that local slate was used for the floor...