As you enter the vestibule (gathering space)  through one of the twelve doors, you notice the geometric detail of the ceiling and glass expanse which draws your attention toward the main body of the Church (nave) – one of the largest Catholic Churches in the state of Florida.  The two stained glass pieces depicting the Blessed Mother and Jesus as well as the fruitwood statue of Christ, hung in the original Church, which is now the social hall.   Off the vestibule are restrooms, the Seton Shop Bookstore, the Clergy Sacristy, altar server rooms, the Memorial Room and stairs leading to the balcony. The balcony is not open to the public.