How can we know the difference between ritual architecture that nourishes faith and inappropriate architecture that may weaken it? In this new book, Stroik, an architect and theologian, argues that procession is the essential ritual element for which we need to shape our church architecture. More than a design issue, this is a theological challenge as well: to enable the assembly to make the journey from font to table to world. Stroik's insights will inspire and excite architects and designers and will challenge parish building committees and students of liturgy to understand the church building as a place not only for seeing things but as a place for doing the sacred rites of our living tradition. Published by Liturgy Training Publications.