The splendor of the church is evident in its spacious white interior. The amount of ornaments and adornments is overwhelming. Some say over 2000 decor elements can be found here. I can not tell you who counted, but try seeing how many you can spot yourself. Or you can try reading into the works of art! They make for a true encyclopedia of saints. Each composition hides a story of one. And, upon leaving, you will be seen out by the reaper itself, illustrating the famous baroque practice of “Memento Mori” (“Remember you must die”). Another interesting fact- buried here is the church funder Michal Kazimierz Pac. His grave, found in a basement underneath the doorstep of the church, was covered with a tombstone, marked with a Latin inscription that translates to “Here lies a sinner”. It is jokingly said that there sure must have been a bunch of sins, since in the XVIII c., a lightning fractured the tombstone, which is now displayed on the right side of the entrance. One could not accuse Pac of humbleness- there’s another inscription to remind us of him. Looking at the church facade, you will see an image of the Virgin Mary standing on a pile of military ammunition, with a multiple meaning bearing inscription “Regina Pacis funds not art pace” (“Queen of Peace, protect us in peace”). Pacis and pace not only remind us the Pac surname, but also send a meaningful message to the then war devastated and peace yearning Lithuania. Want to send a message of your own to the universe? Take a walk of 2000 steps towards the Miracle (Stebuklas) Tile.