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“I Don’t Want All That Garbage in My Church!”

I recently ran across a story in which a catechist was told by a participant in a training session: “you can keep your catechism.” It reminded me of a story of my own working as a liturgical and architectural consultant.I… Continue Reading →

The Liturgical Image: St. Monica Church, Cincinnati

The has been much discussion in recent years about the nature of imagery in a church. Many people think that if you put a Mary on one side and Joseph on the other, a church has a compete set of… Continue Reading →

Yes, It Can Be Done Today! Revival of Liturgical Arts 2

The next installment on Creative Minority Report’s quest to show who is out there doing good work in the liturgical arts profiles painter Leonard Porter of New York. Porter is part of the under-40 crowd who was trained as a… Continue Reading →

Sursum Corda! Some Good News in Liturgical Art

Over the next few weeks I’ll be posting some examples of work by some of the artists and architects leading the renewal of the liturgical arts. Contrary to popular belief, there is a lot of good work being done out… Continue Reading →

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