The article brings closer some considerations and thoughts of Janusz Pasierb (1929–1993), contemporary Polish theologian, art historian and poet, of a dialogue between Roman Catholic Church and culture, and the conditioning process accompanying that. Pasierb thought that, for centuries, the culture had been creating some special space of dialogue for Church. Searching for God and the need to understand Him is often preformed through metaphors and the symbolism of truth, by which works of art are marked. Thanks to meeting those, a human being discovers oneself as well as sacrum. Because “christianity (….) happens in the area of culture”, culture should be shaped in the evangelical spirit, and this duty should be performed, inter alia, by Church. It is incredibly important that, while “entering” culture, the Church would not aim for resuscitation of culture’s old forms, created in the past. The Church cannot interpret the present and various “faces” of temporary culture only through the prism of what is already gone. It should consciously participate in shaping real “here and now”, and be open for dialogue with human ideas and values, including those of not religious provenance, as well.