Also known as "The White Dove of the Desert", this architecturally famous Catholic church is the Frankenstein of churches... built with the design and style of Moorish, Byzantine, and late Mexican Renaissance architecture. These styles were not blended together but rather stuck together in large chunks. To say the least, it was amazingly and beautifully eclectic.
The inside was open to the public, and I gazed, wide-eyed, deep into this wall-to-wall collection of adornments, statues, and religious artifacts. It came complete with the dead body of Saint Francis Xavier! Although the building was undergoing reconstruction, I did manage to see most of it.