Sunday, September 3
I randomly googled "catholic church architect," and this was among the results. The interiors are uniformly awful, but--interestingly--most all of the exteriors attempt to look like Churches.
Perhaps it suggests that even those dedicated to innovative Church architecture are feeling too much pressure from their clients for "Churches that look like churches" to avoid giving them at least decent exteriors? Thoughts?
(NB: Don't look at what they did to Immaculate Conception. You don't want to know.)