This is the altar of the Blessed Sacrament in the Twelve Apostles Basilica next to the Biblicum. It’s run by the Conventual Franciscans. I like to kneel just here at the altar rail as it is just here that I prayed in preparation to be ordained a deacon. But there’s more. It is at this altar that I prayed to get through my studies with the help of St Joseph of Coopertino, the flying saint. He did. That involved a similar path, in detail, right down to professors and chapter 15 of Luke, again and again. I never did have his aspect ratio, however, flying around as in the painting above, since I can’t count extreme sports as a kid. I’m happy to always see flowers at the tabernacle throughout the decades. I’m sure He gives those right to His mama. After all, it is this Basilica that hosts the preached novena to the Immaculate Conception every year. The Franciscans prayed for Pius IX to proclaim the dogma of the Immaculate Conception, even as the Jesuits next door prayed for it to somehow be stopped. We know what happened. Haha.