Mozart's Requiem and Little Drummer Boy en Espanol
One note of interest is that you enter the church through a tiny door called the "Door of Humility." I’m sure, like me, you know some Christians who need to enter (as well as exit) their own church through this door!
You can read about the church in Wikipedia (OK, I wouldn't allow my students in the college speech class I taught to use Wiki as a source, but it's actually a very good article). Here is a picture of Suzanne, my dad and Olivia. The little Door of Humilty is just over Suzanne’s shoulder.
When we were there a Latin Mass was being observed in the large basicala. Mozart's Requiem was being played as worshippers prayed. Just below the larger sanctuary, down a small staircase, another group was singing "The Little Drummer Boy" in Spanish, loudly banging it out with a guitar and using a wooden table for percussion. I smiled at the diversity of people who come to see the spot where Jesus was born.
Below is our daughter Hannah smiling at the spot where Jesus is said to have been born. No one is sure He was born here but make sure He is indeed born in the manger of your heart.