- Located about 16 miles northwest of downtown San Antonio, this is one of many area churches honoring the patroness of the Americas, the Virgin of Guadalupe. This church reflects the area's Hispanic heritage with its beamed ceiling, its walls of native stone and its Saltillo tile floors. The church, which dates from the 1940s, is built upon the banks of a creek and is sunken into the ground so that the altar is surrounded by sloping rows of pews that rise to street level. The effect is charming and peaceful, with windows behind the altar looking out over the wooded banks of the creek bed. The Blessed Sacrament chapel is small and intimate, with native limestone walls and rustic pews that reflect the frontier nature of the town.
Masses are held at the following times:
Tue: 7pm Wed-Sat: 8am Sun: 7:30am, 9am, 10:30am, noon
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