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Better Off, Not Better

December 13, AD 2016 0 Comments
Better Off, Not Better

A long time ago in my college dorm room, I was showing a friend the blog Creative Minority Report. It takes its name from Pope Benedict’s exhortation, “Believing Christians should look upon themselves as such a creative minority and … espouse once again the best of its heritage, thereby being at the service of humankind […]

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Le Chiese delle Cittá: The Basilica of the Sacred Heart

August 31, AD 2011 7 Comments
Le Chiese delle Cittá: The Basilica of the Sacred Heart

Last week, I started a series on Awesome Churches from Around the World. In reality, they will most likely only be from America and Europe, but I hope you will forgive me. The first Church in the series, it could be argued, was not a Church at at all because it was Anglican. I disagree, […]

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Le Chiese delle Cittá: A Look at Church Architecture

August 24, AD 2011 14 Comments
Le Chiese delle Cittá: A Look at Church Architecture

There is no better self-introduction for an architect to make than to exhibit an especially astounding piece of architecture and then to talk about it. Since this is my first “official” post day (I couldn’t help posting earlier), I thought I would start a series of posts on church architecture the first of which I […]

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