The Problem With Artistic complacency

The Problem With Artistic complacency

Complacency is a rejection of things as they might be. "Good enough" is the motto of the complacent person. Complacency makes people fear the unknown, mistrust the untried, and abhor the new. Like water, complacent people follow the easiest course – downhill.

A Coptic Orthodox Commentator on The Way of Beauty and the 21st Century Catholic Renaissance

A Coptic Orthodox Commentator on The Way of Beauty and the 21st Century Catholic Renaissance

As a member of the Coptic Orthodox Church, he is making such observations as an outsider, and while he is critical about some aspects of traditional Catholic culture, he is refreshingly open to the first developments taking place in what he sees as a renewal of sacred arts in the Roman Catholic Church.