In a resort dedicated to the pleasures of the flesh, it's good to see a place set aside for contemplation and things of the spirit. In a world still riven by religion-inspired wars, it's great to see a temple that is not confined to simply one religious denomination. Having said that, on my one visit to this temple, there was a RC Spanis-language mass in progress. Let's hope that this building is ecumenical, not just in theory but in practice.
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