This is a gorgeous church. Built in the French Neo-Gothic style during the latter half of the 19th century, it underwent some renovations in recent years.
I visited on a sunny winter’s morning and the early light through the multitude of stained glass windows, illuminating the whole church, was wonderful.
The ribbed ceiling has an attractive pale green background. The stained glass windows on all sides are marvellous and they were resplendent in the sunlight. Along both sides are Gothic style wooden confessionals. The stations of the cross, comprising paintings in Gothic frames, adorn the walls. There are a number of decorative side altars, beside the very impressive main one.
It is a very tranquil church. Engaging church music was playing at low volume, adding to the atmosphere.
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