• Entry 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan), 1988)
      The announcement of masses indicates a total of 10 on sundays and festivals with 5 on weekdays. The brutalist architecture has obviously not discouraged worshippers.
    • Façade of San Jose 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan), 1988)
      The brutalist style of the church with a façade reminiscent of a Nevelson sculpture is witness to the inclusive variety of architectural styles present in mid-twentieth century Mexico.
    • Liturgical center 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan), 1988)
      The brutalism continues in the forms of the pulpit and altar.
    • Nave and "east" wall 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan), 1988)
      The brutalism is consistent in the massive abstract crucifix on the "east" wall while the sidewalls offer bits of colors in slotted windows. A plethora of flowers brings a bit of nature to the interior.
    • San Jose de las Palmas 

      Bruggink, Donald J. (Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan), 1988)
      Mexico District Fedrale. The brutalist style would indicate the church was built in the 1960s.