How important is beauty to Catholic life? What about the physical spaces where we worship? Engage in the liturgy and encounter the sacrificial love of God? On today’s show we talk with someone who has not only given a lot of thought, but also a lot of hands on work to answering these questions.

Geoffrey Keating is the owner of Keating Woodworks, after a decade of producing handcrafted furnishings for people’s homes; he took on the project of renovating his home parish, Sacred Heart in Colorado Springs, CO. What he and his team of artists, and artisans have created is a place where the mysteries of faith, are celebrated upon the work of human hands, the work of the hands of those who worship, week in and week out, at Sacred Heart Parish.

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Keating Woodworks – www.geoffreykeating.com/
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