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Air Force Academy Catholic Chapel
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Like a row of jet wings set on their end, the Air Force Academy’s chapel is one of the most architecturally significant structures in Colorado, representing a new modernism in governmental buildings, while respecting the needs of all faiths. Designed by Walter Nesch, the chapel has five different areas: one each for Protestantism, Catholicism and Judaism, and two separate all-faith rooms for worship.

Step into the Catholic Chapel to see a stunning, abstract portrayal of the firmament in colored glass.

Copyright: T. Emrich
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Uploaded: 26/07/2009
Updated: 17/07/2014
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Tags: air; force; academy; chapel; usaf; colorado; cadett; protestantism; catholicism; judaism; united states; air force
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