We Cannot Unsee the Beauty, writes Brian Williams in an article about the beauty of traditional Catholic mass and all its trappings. "Thanks to Pope Benedict’s 2007 motu proprio Summorum Pontificum , more faithful attend the traditional Latin Mass than at any other time since 1970:, he writes. But the article is about the aesthtics of the Catholic experience and the inspiration that can be drawn there. https://liturgyguy.com/2019/09/14/we-cannot-unsee-the-beauty/
Is it time to do something about our drab churches and opt for the beautiful?
I can already hear the protests: 'oh, but it is all superficial" and “the apostles worshipped in caves”, etc. This may be true, but is this any reason to reject the beauty of Catholicism?