Santo Spiritu is the Shrine of Divine Mercy and Saint Faustina. Their 10 AM Sunday Mass is all in English. The church was packed. Afterward went to a hole in the wall tratatorria called Sor'Eva. I had spaghetti Carbonaro and a bottle of wine along with an espresso. So good! Here in Italy, Italian food is simply called "food."
The Mass was nicely celebrated. But although it was an English Mass, there were people there from all over the world. I felt bad that in Rome, the English speakers who plan this Mass each Sunday don't have the hospitality to chant the parts of the Mass in Latin while allowing for English for everything else.
The faux altar in front of the magnificent original altar in in front of the altar railing, made of plexiglass and only one step up from the nave. Thus sitting almost 3/4's of the way back, I could not see the altar in a packed church. I might as well have been outside the doors!
What are they thinking when they place these faux altars as they are?