Here a couple of views of the Expiatory Temple of the Sacred Heart (Templo Expiatorio del Sagrado Corazón) in the city of León, Mexico. It was built in the last century, entirely from donations of the faithful.
On the side of the church they project an illuminated display several nights of week illustrating the history of the Cristero War and the Mexican Martyrs, with people gathering in this plaza to watch.
The above is the central door; there is also a left and a right door. The three doors depict the three Persons of the Most Holy Trinity.
Finally, a view of the interior:
Parts of this church were still being completed as recently as the last 20 years. May it be an inspiration for future church building!