Thursday, June 10, 2010

The Catholicism Project

For those of us who are visual, here's how you want to get your theology. Denis McNamara, Ph.D. explains the transcendent imagery of the City of God in Revelation as displayed in Church architecture of San Chapelle in Paris, France.



This is a snippet from the upcoming series The Catholicism Project featuring Fr. Robert Barron due out this Fall 2010. It looks incredible.

3 comments:

LarryD said...

Awesome! Looking forward to it!

kkollwitz said...

I have McNamara's latest book on the relationship between Liturgy and Architecture. He does a fine job of explaining it in terms accessible to a layman.

Just another example of the Church finding its voice in the New Millennium.

Sweetums5 said...

Looks great! Thanks for posting. Can't wait to watch it. Hubby and I celebrated our anniversary 2 years ago watching a classical concert at Sainte Chapelle in Paris. Then, as if they knew, the ensemble played Pachelbel's Canon, the piece we chose for our wedding march. Listening to our wedding march being played live at amazing Sainte Chapelle was a beautiful anniversary gift from God!

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