Of course, even if it were true, the next question is “what is the point?” I mean, if you look at my parish, over the course of the existence of the parish, the church has been everything from a tiny little wooden structure (no longer standing) to this beautiful basilica with Italian marble altar rails, stained glass, and lots of “stuff” to look at, all beautiful, and all donated throughout the years by various parishioners (or paid for through dedicated collections).
Now, look at the Catholic Church, which has been around way longer than my own individual parish. Multiply my parish’s experience by however many Catholic parishes there are in the whole world and take into account the centuries in which people have been giving things of beauty to express their love for their Faith.
Now, divide the putative value of everything possessed by the Catholic Church by the number of Catholics who have ever lived. How impressive do you suppose that figure would be?