After Easter Sunday, this historic church in the center of Colombo is now open for worship. People of different faiths came to this deep and ancient Catholic church for peace and comfort. This nearly 200-year-old temple was written as the "Church of Miracles" and it attracted a large number of devout believers, especially on Tuesdays. The diocese’s archives show that the original mud church was built in 1806 by Antonio, a venerable priest in Cochin (Kerala, India), and the current church was consecrated in 1834. The original statue of Saint Anthony is from Goa, India and is still worshipped in churches. From the outside, this beautiful church looks like a Dutch/Portuguese colonial building, but inside it is the architectural style of the subcontinent. This is not an ordinary church, it should be on the "must visit" list in Colombo.