This is some sort of concentration camp, right?

It is currently being expanded and I think the barbed wire is just to protect the construction site. Though it fits in well with the overall look.

No, actually, it’s a church. More than that, it’s an Expiatory Temple – a type of church established to host eucharistic adoration in a special way in reparation for sins.

This one is dedicated to the Sacred Heart.

The church – as far as I have seen – is actually that brown stone part on the left side of the picture. When you see the whole thing it looks like a sort of box that fell out of the sky and landed at an angle in the ground.

I have no idea what the “pod” is behind it, but it is part of the same complex.

As ugly as it may be, it is a place of prayer, and thanks be to God for that. In the various times I’ve been here (both in 2006, when I first came to Querétaro, and now), there have been people in there praying before the Blessed Sacrament.

O Sacrament most holy, O Sacrament divine, all praise and all thanksgiving be every moment Thine!

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