In no particular order.
The Curt Jester on Chesterton and church architecture. My favorite line:
with older forms of sacred architecture a church proudly proclaimed itself as a church directed towards the glory of God while some forms of modern style meekly proclaims I am a church, but I might be a bank or an auditorium.
Sadly true! Who declared, sometime after 1965, that churches had to be made as cheaply and ugly as possible? I thought that particular combination was reserved for auditoriums (or worse, cafegymatoriums!)
Maureen Martin is back with some fabulous parody. This is funny stuff. Scroll down to the part titled: Catholics Already Incensed at the Church Being in Their Bedrooms Discover Church in Additional Rooms.