There were services every time I walked by.
The acoustics are superb.
Around the sides are a series of paintings depicting various disasters:
This was my favorite painting. She's like Joan of Arc, or maybe Pele creating Haleakala.
There's also a doll-like crèche of a very white virgin inside an erupting volcano that reminded me of a holy science diorama. I wanted to take a photo but didn't want to upset the people praying and lighting candles.
But this mural exemplifies why I have no patience for the Catholic Church in South America: native brown-skinned people supplicating to very white saints and religious leaders. Even if it is historically accurate.