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not only in the external
I'm glad you post these. While doctrine and liturgy are paramount, it's important to see just how far modernism has spread. Worst of all, it's entirely unecessary. Tradition can still be retained using modern building materials. This, for example, is a modern, totally Novus Ordo church built within the last twenty years.
The new, square building stands out as a horrible insult to the urban landscape
...made only worse by their "nod" to tradition by retaining the spire so everyone has a constant reminder of the way the church used to look.
Novella Nurney
I agree with you. I am extremely fond of the " Before and After" makeovers ( and new building projects) in " Liturgical Arts Journal ". So wonderful to see true beauty.
Another before and after - priestly ordination at Ascension