QUEEN OF THE CHURCH
No matter what style is adopted, all sacred art must express the faith and hope of the Church.
(John Paul II, Duodecimum Saeculum, No. 11)
This a small chapel built in the cellars of an old English style manor used by the prestigious School of Business Administration in Latin America. Though designed by an English artist who already passed away, the stained glass window behind the Tabernacle was made in New York city by Rolph´s, and the stonework is the same used for Mexico´s city´s monumental Cathedral by Mexican stoneworkers. The admirable marble and stone altar is a combination of several works and styles fit to the old English style of the rest of the House.
The Tabernacle is silver and gold; and Spanish silversmiths were chosen for their Romanesque Norman style to make all the chandeliers.
The nice combination of the stone, marble and woodwork recreate a very warm space, where you can easily speak with Our Lord, in a very quiet and serene atmosphere.
Main designer: Rev. José Castaño