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The Catholic Tradition Podcast: 143 – The Sacrament of Church Structure


Sep 19, 2022

“Structure is the constructed type of concepts, and church
structure is the constructed type of theology.”

Denis McNamara joins the present to present a crash course within the
underlying rules of Catholic church structure, and make the
case for classical structure as the strategy that needs to be used
by as we speak’s sacred architects.

McNamara is an Affiliate Professor and Government Director of the
Heart for Magnificence and Tradition at Benedictine School, architectural
guide, and creator of a number of books on structure.

Subjects embody:

  • The Biblical imaginative and prescient of church structure
  • The church constructing as a part of the liturgical ceremony
  • The church constructing as a “sacrament” of the glorified, mystical
    Physique of Christ and imaginative and prescient of the Heavenly Jerusalem
  • The significance of the Temple
  • How liturgical artwork conveys glorified realities
  • How classical structure makes seen nature’s invisible
    forces
  • The distinction between liturgical and devotional pictures

Hyperlinks

Catholic Church Structure and the Spirit of the
Liturgy

https://www.amazon.com/Catholic-Church-Structure-Spirit-Liturgy/dp/1595250271

Methods to Learn Church buildings
https://www.amazon.com/How-Learn-Church buildings-ecclesiastical-architecture/dp/1408128365

The Liturgy Guys https://www.liturgyguys.com

Benedictine School’s Heart for Magnificence and Tradition
https://www.benedictine.edu/lecturers/facilities/beauty-culture/index

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