Bullhead City, Arizona
From the courtyard, one enters into a generous narthex, from which stairs and an elevator to the choir loft can be accessed. The church is cruciform in plan with a nave, side aisles, and a transept. The baptismal font is placed near the entrance to the nave on the south side of the main aisle. An exposed wood truss ceiling crowns the nave and transepts. Stations of the cross adorn the walls in the side aisles. The transept arms contain shrines dedicated to Our Lady of Guadalupe (south) and the Sacred Heart (north). Opposite the large shrines, smaller niches contain statues of St. Lorenzo Ruiz and St. Jude. The church seats 960 people in the nave and 50 people in the choir loft.
The sanctuary, located in the crossing, is raised to give it prominence and good visibility from all seats in the church. The marble altar is placed under a baldacchino and the tabernacle is placed at the center of an ornate retablo in the apse. At the center of the retablo is a life-size crucifix flanked by images of St. Margaret Mary and St. Peter.