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Occupying God's House: Catholics, Sacred Space, and the Religiosity of Postwar Italian Politics, 1954-1969

@inproceedings{Kilgore2018OccupyingGH,
  title={Occupying God's House: Catholics, Sacred Space, and the Religiosity of Postwar Italian Politics, 1954-1969},
  author={Trevor Kilgore},
  year={2018}
}
  • Trevor Kilgore
  • Published 2018
  • Sociology
  • ionists.” 38 While all buildings contribute aesthetically to their environment, churches “enter into a dialogue with the city, and even the territory, in a way that corresponds to the proper relationship between Church and the world.” 39 While Isolotto church’s simple architectural style did not resemble many of the “aesthetically ambitious churches” built throughout Florence, its architects and their clients and advisors (Dalla Costa and Mazzi) envisioned it having an equally “enlivening… CONTINUE READING

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