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April 21, 2005

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I think, for most Catholics (at least the older ones who grew up in the old style churches) the outside of the church is peripheral to what's really important... the inside and does it "feel" like a church.

I've been to many different churches in my life - and the only ones that "feel" like real churches are the one set up with the tabernacle in the front (many churches have now moved the tabernacle to the side - out of view) and the votive candle banks generally up near the front by the altar.

Outside the church can be as ornate or plain as can be afforded... but if the inside lacks those 2 things - there is no feeling of "church".

With churches as with humans an appealing exterior is desirable, but it is what is inside that counts.

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