In one of our first articles on Oton’s Church of the Immaculate Conception who showed pictures of the construction going on at the Church. Recently, we thought we’d drop by to see the progress and anything new in and around the church. Here’s what we found.
That’s the sign that announced the project and requested donations. So, what does it look like so far? Well, here you are take a look!
Work seems to be stopped at the moment and only about half of the project is currently usable. Hopefully a lot more donations will be pouring in to complete this important work.
Roaming around a little more, I spied the following sign which was posted on a tree in the area of the San Lorenzo Ruiz Shrine. It’s a short history lesson on the original church…
Then, we went into the church itself if there was anything new. There has been some work going on. The Pilars through out the church have been renovation and treated in such as way as to give them the appearance of marble rather than the concrete and plaster look previously, we unfortunately couldn’t get a photo because of things happening in the church. But before these “happening” we had been able to note that the Stations of the Cross from our original visit have all been replaced with a complete set of much better looking ones just like this one:
Finally we spied the new Veneration area for Our Lady of Perpetual Help that replaces a simply framed photo that had been in place for years, I must say it looks a great deal better.