These are photos all taken in the cathedral at Jaen, the heart of Spain's olive country.
It was an enormous church with at least a dozen side altars. The Spanish love of mannequins in clothing they never would have worn for real, escapes me, but the big picture is clear -- that suffering, pain, bleeding and creepy skeletons are the main imagery and that opulence and treasures beyond the imagination of the masses belong to the church.
The point being this --- being Catholic is about suffering you can imagine because these manaquins look like people and Point 2 - Look at how rich the church is! God loves us best!
The gospel of prosperity, as preached by Joel Osteen and many others, is simply the modern version of this.