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  • Dear Patrick, thanks for watching my presentation and for the comment. However I can not agree with your words that art will shaped our lives and relationships man with God. Art, particularly sacral, acts as a facilitator, a servant. Often happens that the art form is like overgrown placenta, which displaces the fetus. This has been true in the past and more and more often now. Fortunately, continues to build the beautiful temples, some of them I showed in the presentation
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  • Sacral
    interiors
  • Churches are different. Some are of great masterpieces of art, in which ... people do not can to pray. However, there are of sacral interiors , which literally threw on your knees. How difficult to find just such and not everyone is able to feel it in this way. The soul must be spiritually prepared for this, to the sacrum kidnapped her, and led to God. Is it worth to apply for such interior?
    In the 'Letter to the Artists' John Paul II wrote:
    The Church needs art to preach the message that Christ entrusted to its.Because It has to make, to the reality of the spiritual, invisible, of God, became noticeable, and even as far as possible attractive.
    Jacques Maritain describes the reality of God with those words:
    God is beautiful. He is the most beautiful from all beings, His loveliness is not variable, does not increase or decrease; God is beautiful of Itself and for Himself , He is beautiful in absolutely way. So the beauty belongs to the order of the transcendental and metaphysical. Therefore, it tends to raise of the soul itself over what is created.
    You can replace the four essential characteristics, these are the virtues, which should have the interior of the church: distinctness, veracity,simplicity and functionality.
    Which, from shown below of temples, meet these conditions, which "throw down to your knees? "
  • The Cathedral of Christ Light in Oakland, Calif.
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  • The Cathedral of Christ Light
    As its name suggests,
    the Cathedral draws on
    the tradition of light as a sacred phenomenon. Through its
    poetic introduction, indirect daylight ennobles modest materials—primarily wood, glass, and concrete.
    With the exception of evening activities, the Cathedral is lit entirely by daylight to create an extraordinary level of luminosity.
  • Icons of Architecture: a rock of concrete and glass
    In the '60s was erected surprising sacred building , it is like concrete monolith.
    It is a pilgrimage church NevigeserWallfahrtsdomnear Cologne, the project of Gottfried Böhm.
  • The interior it is a big open space that can accommodate the many pilgrims
  • colorful, high stained glass windows
  • The BaptismalChapel
  • The main altar
  • Beautiful sculptures with floral motifs to soften hardness
    of Concrete Interior
  • Stairs to the choir
  • Church of Sts. Joseph in Zabrze, Poland
  • In Tuscany, about 30 km south of Florence, near a town called Incisa,
    there is an Religious Complex "Maria Theotokos". The temple itself belongs to the Loppiano town,
    which is the center of a formation of known worldwide Focolare Movement.
  • Architecture of the church is perhaps not very avant-garde, however is winsome of simplicity and
    elegance. What is most important, it creates very good conditions for prayerand liturgical celebrations.
  • A semicircular arrangement of the nave and chancel
    makes you feel yourself here like in a real community
  • Tabernacle, what is interesting and justified, is hidden behind the stained glass,
    that is sliding at the time of Holy Communion
  • Stained glass windows bring a special mood. The appearance of the interior changes depending on
    the weather, time of day and year. This gives a really interesting effects
  • Ecumenical Chapel of Sts. Henry in Turku, Finland
  • Inside the chapel was finished in wood.
    The space at the altar illuminates
    the narrow window, running
    the entire width of the vault.
  • Church of Viikki in Helsinki,
    its architecture is characterized by the Scandinavian minimalism
    and to satisfy environmental standards that characterize the area of Viikki
  • The building structure is based on a wooden frame. Grey, antiqued façade was made
    with aspenshingles , that integrate harmoniously the church into the surroundings .
    The minimalist interior is also fully lined with wood.
  • Thorncrown Chapel is lost in the forests of Eureka Springs, Arkansas, USA.
  • A humble shrine but however,
    is unusual, although it was builtin 1980, already 20 years later, it was considered
    worthy antique titre
    and entered into the national register of historic places.
    A small building designed by
    E. Fay Jones, is standing
    in the woodsand in itself constitutes a forest –
    of wooden poles,
    which on the top created the intricate tangle of roof truss.
  • The chancel in church of Sts. John Babtysta in Magno, Switzerland
  • The Jubilee Church
    Dio Padre Misericordioso
    in Rome
    Glass ceiling and skylights,
    stretching itself the entire length
    of the building,
    illuminating the interior
    with natural light.
    At night, the glow that is getting out
    from inside the temple,
    entwines whole building
    with radiance and animates
    the space around it.
  • Church of Sts. Peter Firminy in France designed by Le Corbusier
    The prayer hall is located on the first floor,
    while when the parish rooms there are on the ground floor.
    Both floors are connected by a series of ramps.
  • CathedralMetropolitana
    Nossa SenhoraAparecida;
    Brasilia, Brazil
  • Church of San Jorge in Pamplona, Spain
  • Church of Christ, Hope of the World, Vienna, Austria. The interior was made entirely of wood,
    what contrasts with the harsh and cold facade.
  • Chapel of Notre Dame du Haut (Our Lady of the Mount) in Ronchamp,
    made by Le Corbusier, on the placeof destroyed
    the chapel of the fifteenth century
  • This futuristic
    Protestant church
    is located
    in Tokyo
  • Saint Mary Magdalen Church,
    in Saint Louis, Missouri.
  • The church's modern interior,
    the baptismal font seen here in front.
  • Interior of modern church in Zona Sur districtLa Paz,
    La Paz, Bolivia, South America
  • The interior of the church of St. Raphael Kalinowski in DąbrowaGórnicza, Poland
  • StBartholomew, Valley Center;
    California, United States
  • Church of the Sacred Heart - Munich, Germany
    The interior lookingforward
  • Interior of the Church of Divine Providence in Wroclaw - NowyDwor, Poland
  • Cathedral of the Blessed Virgin Mary - Tokyo, Japan
  • First United Methodist Church
    Enid, Oklahoma, USA,
  • Interior the modern Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church in Berlin; Germany
  • St. Mary's Cathedral – Dome,
    San Francisco,USA
  • The end
    Music – Clarinet Concerto in A major, K.622 – Adagio;W. A. Mozart
    Illustrations - taken from an accessible websites
    Presentationmade by - Anna