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God's House Is Our House: Re-imagining the…

God's House Is Our House: Re-imagining the Environment for Worship

by Richard S. Vosko

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Since 1970, liturgical design consultant Richard S. Vosko has been committed to helping parishes understand the implications, complexities and challenges of a building or renovation project. This volume is the sum of his work and his vision in the field of liturgical design. It is an essential resource for every parish that contemplates a building or renovation project. The practical references, the listed resources and the breadth of information provide an invaluable `library' for pastors, architects, artists, fabricators, and especially for the members of parish committees.

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