During its heyday, this church was really popular, which is why it was elevated to basilica status. Today, it seems like it is less well known and visited. The artwork is beautiful: the Carrara marble altar, the murals, the Volto Santo replica, the tilework on the ceiling, and the balconies near the apse. Despite being in a lower income neighborhood, I really don't think should discourage visitors. The parish community was very welcoming on Sunday morning and were probably some of the nicest people I met in the city.
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