I like the idea, and I like the cathedrals of old Europe.
I believe Christianity must be renovated, since deposing it would play into the hands of those who wish to decompose this society further.
Here are my problems with contemporary churches:
1. The dress code is not formal enough. This is not an activity dedicated to the self, like shopping or getting coffee. It is worship, where you leave the self behind.
2. Crowdism. If you object to the humanism, pity-the-meek, etc. attitudes toward church, this is their origin. It's external to the religion itself, which is widely misinterpreted.
3. Anti-realism/Dualism. This has always been my primary and enduring problem with Christianity, religion, liberalism and socialization. They're based on the idea that nature and reality are bad, and the only solution is a human order, composed of the wishful desires of the individual as applied by a group of mutually tolerant people using each other to achieve the appearance of consensus on this issue.
4. Not enough nature in general. Here is where the Satanists, Druids and Pagans have my vote. Metaphors about sheep and lions always seem to favor the sheep, because that's popular and manipulating people is how you achieve "success" in a herd.
5. Not enough classical culture. In classical culture, all is in balance and harmony, with a sense of divine order pervading every aspect of reality. In modern religion, we instead have the Revolutionary mentality, where everything is out of order and we must correct it with social engineering.
6. The music is bad, as others have mentioned. No Russian composers for me, either. Bring on the Germans and Danes, and for the Baroque, the Italians.
My religion is Perennialism
which has its roots in ancient monistic Pagan faiths
but can take any form; here is the best explanation of it
I will forever be an anti-dualistic and anti-materialist.
Where others can follow this path, I don't particularly care what religious category they apply to themselves. What I care about is whether they are able to live according to this channel of behavior and thought (the latter creates the former) and not import the insanity of a world dedicated to the tangible and immediate as a form of the absolute, which is the traditional way that humans deny mortality, meaning and anything else bigger than themselves. It's a means of suppressing things that frighten us instead of finding the good in them.