The Vatican II religion in concrete…
Just Brutal: Saint Anna Church near Bari, Italy
It’s time again to take a look at some of the stunning architectural contributions with which the Vatican II religion has graced the world.
Today we would like to introduce our readers to the blob of concrete known as the Parish Church of St. Anna (Chiesa parrocchiale di Sant’Anna) in Monopoli, Italy, near Bari. The architect who perpetrated this aesthetic catastrophe is Nazario Losavio.
Here are some additional photos, taken from the Messa in Latino blog (some have been cropped):
Clearly the work of a Catholic trying to emphasize the supernatural, this building immediately raises one’s thoughts heavenward, doesn’t it?… READ MORE