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Church-gazing

April 4, 2007
The Temple in Capernaum
It's even more fascinating than star-gazing, really. There is so much to look at in a church. Your church, a new church, an old church, a temple in Capernaum... just look around at the details and the windows and the statues and the architecture. We have much to learn from the church and its structure.
Tune in on Wednesday, April 4th, and you can learn more about the architectural details of churches on a new Word for Word. The episode, Finding in the Temple, includes interviews with Fr. Michael Prieur, author of Panes of Glory, and Margaret Visser, author of The Geometry of Love. Through their commentary and insight, both authors help us to find Jesus in the temple.
Word for Word airs at 8 p.m. and 12 a.m. ET on Wednesdays, with repeat programming at 10 p.m. and 2 a.m. on Saturdays.
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