A New Cathedral, As God Intended
I have written about the possible purchase of the so-called Crystal Cathedral from the Diocese of Orange, and suggested that the construction ex novo of a cathedral made in the good old way would be a far preferable solution to the conversion of a protestant temple without the typical aesthetic (and spiritual) feature of a cathedral.
From the always excellent Rorate Caeli, an example of what can be done: the new Cathedral of Pristina, Serbia/Kosovo.
As you can see from the photograph, this is a very traditional, beautiful, inspiring building. It is also encouraging that it should be build in a region tormented by civil war not many years ago.
The future looks, thank God, more and more similar to our beautiful past.
Posted on July 8, 2011, in Catholicism and tagged Catholic, Catholicism, Conservative Catholic, conservative catholicism, crystal cathedral, new cathedral pristina, orange county diocese, Pristina, Serbia/Kosovo. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off.