“Faith & Form remains one of the singular professional publications dedicated solely to discussions of liturgical architecture and art in the United States. In an age of ubiquitous digital media, nebulous opinion, and piecemeal conversations, Faith & Form provides a needed and rare hard-copy and editorially-driven presentation. Indeed, this guidance that professional sources provide regarding liturgical art and architecture is needed more than ever in the United States.”James Hadley, on praytellblog.com. See his full article here.

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What are the TOP 5?

The results are in, and we have the winners! Or at least we have some idea of what the most popular works or sacred art and architecture are. A few months ago, in preparation of the journal’s 50th anniversary issue, we invited our followers to vote on their Top 5 picks. Here’s what the survey completed by 61 people revealed. First, voting for religious architecture was pretty slim—most of those who took our poll voted on works of architecture. The top work of religious art, garnering 3 votes, was Henri Matisse’s Chapelle du Rosarie de Vence. Others religious art works mentioned in the poll … [Read More...]

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