Wrapping up the church crawl was Liverpool’s Catholic cathedral
The Lutyens crypt was shut when we visited, so I only saw the post-war upper half.
I suspect it’s the glory anyway. A space-ship like round congregation allows everyone access to the altar, excluding no-one
and round the edges, a series of deep-set chapels each private and each home to a different colour and mood.
The chapels give a moment of privacy and reflection within the wider celebration and I can’t choose a favourite.
Photos May 2017.