What church does Il Gesu resemble in its façade?

Why was the church of Il Gesu important?

Construction of Il Gesu began in 1568 and the church was consecrated in 1584. It is the main and first Jesuit church in Rome (the “mother church” of the Jesuits), and served as an architectural pattern for Jesuit churches that were set up throughout Europe during the Counter Reformation and Baroque period.

What is the meaning of Gesu?

British English: Jesus /ˈdʒiːzəs/ NOUN. Jesus or Jesus Christ is the name of the man who Christians believe was the son of God, and whose teachings are the basis of Christianity.

When was the Church of Gesu in Ateneo built?

The landmark was designed by Jose Pedro Recio and Carmelo Casas. The edifice’s massive triangular structure symbolizes the Holy Trinity, as well as the three-fold mission and vision of the school.

Church of the Gesù, Quezon City.

The Church of the Gesù
Groundbreaking 2001
Completed July 2003
Specifications
Capacity 1,000

What language is Gesu?

English Translation of “Gesù” | Collins Italian-English Dictionary.

What did the Jesuits do?

In Rome, the Society of Jesus—a Roman Catholic missionary organization—receives its charter from Pope Paul III. The Jesuit order played an important role in the Counter-Reformation and eventually succeeded in converting millions around the world to Catholicism.

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