First of all, it is only open for 1 hour/day (between 3 & 4). Second of all, you are only allowed to visit the first 10 feet or so. There is a barrier & gate blocking entry but the sign says that you are allowed to go in to pray. Being a CHRISTIAN, I decided to go in, to sit & to pray. But the Vietnamese caretaker, who was holding the door open (I thought she was holding it open for me), GRABBED my arm and PUSHED me back and pointed to the sign about praying. I said yes, I am here to pray. Another woman let me in, but being physically grabbed & pushed had ruined the visit. And in a church of all places. This behavior is appalling. I am a caucasian Westerner who has been barred from entering other religions' houses of worship elsewhere in the Middle East/Asia where the assumption was made that I was Christian, which is fine - that's their prerogative. But I was shocked that someone attempted to do the same for my own religion. I am so sorry that we made a second trip back to the church to see the (poorly maintained) stained glass windows as I was victim & witness to un-Christianlike behavior that I will not soon forget.
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