Rory Fraser • Documentary, 01-Jan-2009
Across the world, there’s an astonishing variety of buildings, ancient and modern, humble and grand, that are sacred to Christianity.
More than mosques and synagogues, Christian places for praise and devotion have been created in every conceivable size and shape. And often their form is a function both of the historical moment when they were first built and of the particular beliefs of those who worship within them. Art of Faith travels to Christian places of worship in France, Egypt, England, Italy, Russia, the US, and the Vatican.
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