Annunciation parish in Denver, Colorado:
You can’t see it, but there is a free-standing altar in all that clutter. Poinsettias are placed in front of a flimsy free standing altar, thus helping your eye to look at the first and official altar, the high altar.
I guess this church was decorated for Christmas during Advent as all the violet colors are still in place, and these too add to the clutter, not to mention the Christmas trees with distracting decorations on them.
But a stunningly beautiful sanctuary it is if all the unnecessary clutter was removed.
Get rid of the flimsy free standing altar. Pull the “table” part of the altar away from the reredos so that it once again becomes the altar of sacrifice and allows for Mass to be celebrated facing the nave or the liturgical east. That’s the altar. You don’t need another one in front of it.