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Very multicultural with a lovely atmosphere. We arrived early and Polish mass in progress. Noticed a critical review about "why is Polish so important". Surely if u have a church full of people and a priest of the same nationality why would u not speak...More
I really enjoy visiting churches and in so many of them you find really ancient or stunningly beautiful things to marvel at. That is not the case here, which is perhaps not that surprising as it is a relatively modern church, constructed circa 1860.
I've been here for the Sunday mass at 11.15 am and I found it very disappointing, I really like churches but this time I really need to complain.
The priest called many times the Christians "Gentiles" (as jewish call us) and spoke about the Glory...More