Compare these first two pictures to the last picture and see what something like this could actually look like, Catholic! What in the name of all that is good and holy would cause any Catholic bishop to approve this look and then not demand that it go back to the drawing board and then think, wait a minute, we had it right about 50 years ago?
Now this is what a similar style building like above did that makes the best out of a bad situation and in doing so maintains Catholic identity, spirituality and piety:
Look at this grand renovation and the old high altar (third picture) what does this say symbolically to the trained and untrained Catholic?
Decorations the center of worship in a truly uninspiring configuration, what the heck is this?
Let's move the altar to the side wall rather than where it was designed to be, this should make Catholics really feel close to one another, just like an enclosed circle!
This is the iconoclast of the reformation period's modern day influence on a Catholic Church--most Presbyterian Churches look more Catholic than this! Is there any wonder why there is a loss of Catholic identity amongst Catholics? The law of prayer is the law of belief, but this is lawlessness!
Then there is this cheap, little Butler Building, basically a metal building with sheet rock and cheap facades and but this looks Catholic and looks inspirational--what happened to this and why are we doing these horrible things above?