Kenaz Filan Goes To Hell (Pt. 2)
Catholicism has a long tradition of describing the ineffable through art and architecture. Statues and stained glass windows made the most difficult abstractions concrete for peasant and nobleman alike. The cathedral’s stout buttresses proclaimed Christ’s enduring triumph while the great ceilings gave a shadowy glance of His Kingdom. We have frequent…
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