The Sacred That Surrounds Us: How Everything in a Catholic Church Points to Heaven
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The Sacred That Surrounds Us: How Everything in a Catholic Church Points to Heaven

By Andrea Zachman
Product Code: 9781945179716

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Did you know that St. Charles Borromeo planned everything about the confessional in a Catholic church, including its size, to respond to Reformation objections to the sacrament? Did you aware that the positioning of the credence table has both theological and practical implications?

Each item in a Catholic church is there to point to a larger truth.

Every sacred vessel and artefact is rich in symbolism and meaning, with the goal of making every visit to a Catholic church a powerful reminder of God's presence and the truths of our Faith.

The Sacred That Surrounds Us contributes to the understanding of Catholic churches as devotional sanctuaries. Andrea Zachman in this book explains the meaning and history of the sacred items present in every Catholic church, bringing Sacred Tradition and Sacred Scripture to life.

In ancient and medieval times, the faithful knew the meaning of all the sacred items in a church. Today’s Catholics can now re-discover the sacred that surrounds them in church.  

    “When entering a Catholic church, we step into a spiritual world of wonder and mystery cherished by billions throughout the millennia. But do we understand the multiple aspects of the church and liturgy meant to draw us into worship and sweep us into heaven as we celebrate the Mass together? Thanks to Andrea Zachman, these treasures of Catholic worship hidden in plain sight are now beautifully and simply explained. Every family should own and study this book together.”

    —Steve Ray, author, Crossing the Tiber

What's inside:

  1. At least one historical fact about the sacred item or church feature being discussed. It answers the question: Why is this here? When in Church history did we start using this, and why?
  2. At least one symbolic reality about the sacred item or church feature. It answers the question: what deeper reality is this pointing toward? What insight can we gain by meditating on this item?
  3. A beautiful, high-resolution picture of the item or feature being discussed.
  4. A quote from the Church Fathers about this item, or a relevant quote from the Bible.



 
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