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Friday, March 16, 2012

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Charles E Flynn

Silence

In the gardens and homes designed by me, I have always endeavored to allow for the interior placid murmur of silence, and in my fountains, silence sings.

Solitude

Only in intimate communion with solitude may man find himself. Solitude is good company and my architecture is not for those who fear or shun it.

Luis Barragan, from his Pritzker Architecture Prize 1980 Laureate Acceptance Speech.

The impressive new book linked above makes it clear that the religious art displayed in Barragan's own home was not for decorative purposes only.

Nestor M. Bacani

...yet, even among Catholics, there is only a minority of them who finds the grace of reading the messages of the pope and other Catholic leaders and writers whose materials are worth our attention for reflection and guidance in this valley of tears we journey through, because most are carried away by the pipes of secular noise. Worse even, they go along with those who attack and vilify our Holy Mother Church, while claiming to be 'born and raised Catholic.'

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