Day 137 – Captain’s Log: Basic (Horizontal) Primers on Church Architecture

Friday, July 31, 2020 – Nothing says “Happy Birthday” better than a house full of people praying the Rosary followed by a horde of kiddos running around, hopped up on cupcakes. It really was a spectacular day! I love my Catholic family. And yes, I know I am a day behind in saying that. Sorry. Read More

Day 101 – Mrs. Flusche’s Super Basic Primer on Church Architecture (Part VI)

Thursday, June 25, 2020 – Today we take a side trip down some really old (OLD!) Church architecture terms. We are going to cover: a portico, the atrium, a porch, the bema, and the cathedra. You probably are scratching your head at most (all??) of these terms. Well, honestly today’s Church’s do not have any Read More