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Precious Blood Church, Winnipeg, Canada

Tepee Churches
In accordance with the general approval of the post-conciliar Church for tribalism, it is nor surprising to find churches whose architecture is directly or indirectly inspired by Indian tepees.

Above is the Church of the Precious Blood in Winnipeg, Canada. Below first row, Brasilia Cathedral in Brazil, second row, Oakland Cathedral, third row, Liverpool Cathedral, England.

That a building dedicated to glorify God should be built in the shape of the poorest Indian abode is something that would occur only to progressivists, certainly not to Indians.

Another artificial and demagogic step of Vatican II's inculturation.

Brasilia Cathedral, Brazil, Oakland Cathedral, US, Liverpool Cathedral, England

Internet photos
Posted July 11, 2010

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