By Barbara Falconer Newhall
I’ve got lots of favorite churches. Most of them you’ve heard of — St. Peter’s, of course. But also Chartres, Westminster Abbey, Notre Dame.
But there’s one more holy spot sitting at the top of my list. It’s the wild and wooly, no-holds-barred Matthias Church, in Budapest’s Buda Castle District. The church’s origins go back a millennium. But its best stuff wasn’t created until [Read more…]