The Church Building as a Sacred Place: Beauty, Transcendence, and the Eternal

Hillenbrand Books, LTP, Chicago, Illinois, 2012
182 pages, 170 photographs and drawings

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How can we recover a sense of the sacred in liturgy and architecture? Why was it lost in the twentieth century? What signs of hope exist for the future? In his new book, The Church Building as a Sacred Place: Beauty, Transcendence, and the Eternal, Duncan G. Stroik, Professor of Architecture at the University of Notre Dame, answers these questions with wisdom gained from two decades of teaching, writing, and practicing architecture in service to the Church.

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“No other architect in the U.S. in the past dozen years has done more to champion traditional architecture in Roman Catholic design than Duncan G. Stroik.” —Michael J. Crosbie
Author, Houses of God
Editor, Faith & Form Magazine

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Hardcover, 8½ × 11
978-1-59525-037-7
Order Code: HCBSP
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