Tuesday, January 25

The current rubrics in church design suggest pursuing noble beauty and avoiding ostentatious display. I agree, though my definition of "ostentatious" may be different from, say, Richard Vosko's. That being said, I think I have found the one liturgical appurtenance which he and I would both agree doesn't qualify as noble simplicity. Behold, in all its hideous glory, the diamond-studded not-quite-papal zucchetto.

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