Here is a picture of a chapel as it was once built, of a renovation that modernized the structure, and of the restoration that repaired the destruction of the past. It is an apt illustration of how well-meaning people show how they can misunderstand what happens in the liturgy and turn a decent church into something plain and ordinary. It is also a reminder that what takes place in the divine service is never plain and ordinary but the majesty of heaven glimpsed on earth in the mystery of Christ's presence in His Word and Sacraments.
What was. . . and what was done to it. . .
And what was done to repair the renovation . . .