Or collection of articles on the 2000-years-long tradition of Christian architecture, its adaptations from other architectural styles, and its many innovations based on beliefs, practices, and local traditions.
What is an atrium in a Catholic church?
A monastery surrounded by three volcanoes
The hermitage where Dalí got married
Anne Victoire Morard
The church of Assy: A scandal for believers and a folly for the artists?
Valldigna: The worthy ruins of a medieval monastery
Maria Paola Daud
A hidden gem of Rome: The “sugar church”
Why is Gothic art called “Gothic”?
Why is Romanesque art called “Romanesque”?
Bret Thoman, OFS
Have you heard of Italy’s unique stone huts, known as ‘trullo’?
The Sistine Chapel of Romanesque art
V. M. Traverso