During your visit of a church, your eyes sometimes see in furtive way elements you don’t sense the pertinence. The liturgical furniture is sometimes put in a second row, not understood while it is the key for a good understanding of cultural rites orchestrated in our parishes and churches since the Middle Age.
The practice of these religious rites in the Middle Age left us a unique heritage. Indeed we find both in the architecture and the furniture, the expression of the liturgical choices. Some unique pieces testifying of liturgical practices are exceptional.