Question by M_359 🙂: What is the setting of the Catholic church?
What does the church look like?
What are significant aspects of the church?
e.g. candles, seats, music, lighting, etc?
Answer by No Chance without Grizzlies
Catholic churches differ in design… but typically, there are rows of pews, stained glass windows, the stations of the cross (either in the windows themselves or along the walls somewhere), an altar at the front on a raised dais, and a tabernacle behind the altar. A crucifix is also usually prominently placed above the altar and tabernacle. An organ is often present in larger/older churches, typically at the back of the church or along the side. Candles are also fairly ubiquitous.
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