Quotes on architecture by Pope Benedict XVI.
"For the Eucharist is at once a sacrifice and a Sacrament;
In the Fall 2021 issue of Sacred Architecture, I looked at Santa Maria in Vallicella, the most innovative of the Counter-Reformation basilicas in artistic terms.
I believe strongly that bishops, probably every parish priest, and religious superiors must be able to understand basic economic realities, especially about the institutes they are supervising.
The phenomenal growth of devotion to the real presence of Christ in the Holy Eucharist has puzzled not a few sincere people.
The massive remains of the Colosseum and Pantheon lend the gravitas of antiquity to Rome’s urban proscenium, but it was the Baroque era in the seventeenth century that transformed all of Rome into a stage and it denizens into players.