It's a beautiful chapel standing in the middle of a bustling business district.
That's why when you arrive a couple of minutes before the Mass begins, don't expect to get a good seat. Chances are all the good ones are taken and those at the side and the rear are already getting filled.
But not tonight. Shortly after the rosary, we saw a small space for one person on the second row. A closer look, and the people seated only needed to move a little more to give way for two more persons. So my friend and I thankfully took best seats for the Mass.
You'll never know when you'll be lucky. Or for a better term, blessed. Thank you Lord for tonight.