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Number of Pages: 239
Vendor: Forthright Edition
Publication Date: 2009
|Dimensions: 8.90 X 5.90 X 0.70 (inches)|
of their spiritual vitality and what you can do about it
The problem with new-style churches isn't just that they're ugly they actually distort the Faith and lead Catholics away from Catholicism.
So argues Michel S. Rose in these eye-opening pages, which banish forever the notion that lovers of traditional-style churches are motivated simply by taste or nostalgia. In terms that non-architects can understand (and modern architects can't dismiss ), Rose shows that far more is at stake: modern churches actually violate the three natural laws of church architecture and lead Catholics to worship, quite simply, a false god.