1 edition of Documents for sacred architecture found in the catalog.
Documents for sacred architecture
Reprinted from: Worship, Dec. 1949 and Sept. 1957.
|Statement||James Cardinal Lercaro. Directives for the building of a church / the Bishops of Germany.|
|Contributions||Lercaro, Giacomo, 1891-1976, Catholic Church. Deutsche Bischofskonferenz.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||23|
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