Catholics in charge of building or remodelling a church were led to believe that these new ideas stemmed from the Second Vatican Council, when actually the Council said nothing about them; and also led to believe that a work Environment and Art in Catholic Worship published by a committee of the American bishops was actually published by the Bishops' National Conference.
What does EACW stand for?
EACW stands for Environment and Art in Catholic Worship (book)
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The paper one is Environment and Art in Catholic Worship (EACW), the document, produced in 1978 by the liturgy committee of the National Conference of Catholic Bishops in the United States, which has since become the ultimate resource and rationale for the worst in modern church architecture.
10-12, I introduced the relationship between Canada's Our Place of Worship and the United States's Environment and Art in Catholic Worship.
The barrage of criticism was caused when a new document, Domus Dei, continued to push the same approach found in the earlier, 1978, document Environment and Art in Catholic Worship.