If this is heaven, what does hell look like?
Spiritually Diseased Architecture:
“Resurrection Church” in Viareggio, Italy
(image: YouTube screenshot)
Eyesores are a curious phenomenon. Even though they are painful to endure, one nevertheless feels the urge to look.
A good example of that would be the Novus Ordo “Church of the Resurrection of Our Lord” (Chiesa della Resurrezione di Nostro Signore) in Viareggio, Italy, between Genoa and Florence. Clearly the architectural expression of the spirit of Vatican II, it sits in the archdiocese of Lucca, where Mr. Paolo Giulietti plays the role of “Catholic archbishop”.
The monstrosity in question, designed by Italian architect Massimo Lepore, comes with all the grace and style of a meat processing plant, at least on the outside.… READ MORE