Catholic Architecture, Part 4: The Classical Tradition

Classicism is not a style; it is a way of imitating the mind of God in architecture.

When it comes to church architecture, are we merely talking about this style vs. another style, or are there deeper considerations? Having watched the previous three episodes, we can see that there is more at play here than aesthetic taste. 

In part 4 of the “Catholic Architecture” series, Dr. McNamara asks why, in spite of the architectural fads that are always coming and going, the classical tradition (or, “classicism”) remains so attractive to so many. 

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