If, when travelling through Dalmatia, you decide to cut across the Adriatic tourist road by taking the by-pass mountain road via Vrpolje – somewhere on the edges of the [ibenik suburbian, instant,working-class settlement Ražine you will pass right by the foot of the newly erected building, identified without any doubt as a church. Perceptively sedimented experience according to which modern sacral creations are distinguished from the coexistent huge family houses only by the bell-tower and the sign of the cross, is this time suppressed by a completely different impression. The church is, namely, really a church! As it is rarely a case: unambiguous, convincing and real. Although regarding location, its south boundary clutches unfortunately to an unarticulated group of the previously existing individual houses – the building opens up fascinatingly through its northern shell towards the free landscape establishing on a semantic-symbolic level exciting messages about its (spiritual) origin and its (physical) architectural being.