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Paróquia São Luís Gonzaga, Sao Paulo
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  • Very good to take a break from the rush of São Paulo. don't necessarily need to go to church to pray, just meditate and keep follow same.
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  • Is a small and simple Church, but at the lunch break was full of people who have had the same idea as me: come in and pray. The stained glass Windows are beautiful and this yellowish color of lights gives the feeling that you have entered another reality completely different paulista drive, a quiet and very good peace.
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  • wonderful place to House Church linda all very beautiful wonderful lovely entry lighting light
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  • I make time to come during every business trip to São Paulo. Marvelous traditional style Catholic Church. Don't miss the mass.
  • Grande lugar!
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  • Primeiramente gostaria de me identificar como um cidadão que segue a doutrina católica e que meu intuito nessa avaliação em momento algum é de denegrir a imagem da igreja católica ou coisa do tipo. Passei agora em frente a igreja (03/06/2016 às 12:40h) e me deparei com uma das cenas mais revoltantes da minha vida. Um senhor, que estava com uma vestimenta simples e suja (com barro) foi impedido de entrar na igreja por um outro senhor, que trabalha na igreja, não sei se é zelador, jardineiro, enfim, isso não vem ao caso. Ele estava sujo, se estava bêbado não sei, mas também não vem ao caso, visto que a doutrina cristã prega que devemos acolher o irmão em qualquer circunstância. Gostaria de entender quais critérios foram usados (se é que eles existem) para permitir/bloquear o acesso do cidadão a um local que entendo como sendo público. Ressalto que entendo perfeitamente que caso o mesmo estivesse embriagado e lá dentro apresentasse um comportamento que causasse transtornos para os demais presentes, o funcionário teria o total direito de convidá-lo a se retirar, mas nesse caso não foi nem dada a oportunidade do cidadão apresentar sua intenção ao desejar entrar no recinto. Creio que isso fere inclusive a imagem da religião, visto que muitas pessoas viram o ocorrido e me vem na cabeça a seguinte questão: "Será que realmente o que se prega dentro da igreja católica é o que se exerce?".
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