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One of Ireland's foremost architects tells the story of how Irish church building responded to the liturgical changes initiated at Vatican II when a new understanding of liturgical action led to new requirements in liturgical space.
As the story unfolds it is richly illustrated - every page carries photographs (most in full colour) of churches and works of art, plus plans of buildings. A lengthy section devoted to the work of artists contains twenty-three colour pictures of work by artists such as Benedict Tutty, Imogen Stuart, Oisín Kelly, Ken Thompson, Phyllis Burke.
By Yves Congar Clearance Sale - Save €40.00 - Now only €20.00 Yves Congar was a theological advisor to the preparatory commission for Vatican II, and attended all sessions of the Council (1962-1965) as a theological expert. His daily journal...
By John F. Deane Give Dust a Tongue is a memoir that views the spiritual developments of an internationally acclaimed poet, from the strict Roman Catholic of his upbringing on Achill Island, through years spent in a Spiritan Seminary studying for...