Yesterday I received my copy of `No place for God: the denial of the transcendent in modern church architecture` by Moyra Doorly, an English Catholic architect. It is published by Ignatius Press. I look forward to starting it next week once I have finished the book for the parish reading group meeting on Tuesday. We are reading Pilate the biography of an invented man by Ann Wroe. Maybe Moyra Doorly`s book could be the next book for the group. It chronicles the familiar story of the creation of Brutalist and baffling new churches and the destruction of the interiors of existing Catholic churches which has taken place over the last forty years and which shows little sign of abating. On the dellachiesa blog which I discovered tonight I saw a link to this story about Fulton Sheen`s cathedral in Rochester, New York.