On November 8th, the Archbishop of Granada, Mons. Javier Martínez, together with the Diocesan Bursar, Eduardo Criado, and the technical architect of the Archbishopric, María López Olid, went to check the state of construction of the new Parish of the Holy Spirit (Granada, Spain), whose works began last May.
They were joined by the architect Elisa Valero, the managing partner of the construction company, Jesús Calderón, as well as the site manager, Pedro Parra. They explained the state of the parish church, whose cementation, structure and façade are made of prefabricated concrete.
The church will have a capacity for more than two hundred worshippers. In addition to the high bell tower and a large choir, there will be a sacristy and parish halls, attached to the back of the church.
The archbishop expressed his satisfaction with the progress of the construction of the new church, which will be moved next year from its current site, a ground floor located on the other side of the same Joaquina Eguaras street. Completion is expected towards the end of this winter.
(SOURCE: Ignacio Álvarez | Secretariat of Social Media of the Archdiocese of Granada)