“Mattone su mattone.”
I found this phrase, thanks to an alert reader, in a post about the recent papal Mass during the Holy Father’s trip to Venice. You know, the trip with the issue about the Murano glass vessels. Check out Cantuale Antonianum.
First, there are photos of the temporary altar built for the papal Mass. They did their best to make a basilica reflecting the Venetian Catholic thing, outside.
A glimpse in the photo at the top right of this entry.
At the Italian blog, I found this:
Let us continue in this way: brick by brick (mattone su mattone), also mega-celebrations must be on the right path.
Mattone su mattone col Santo Padre.