Multiple websites agree that, what makes a house a home is that we must be comfortable, we must feel safe, and that the house holds memories-good and bad- and a home is where you heart is at- you enjoy being there and you feel the most comfort.
In a similar way to how a house becomes a home, church has become a second home to me. It is an area of space that I feel very comfortable, and natural-it feels like I belong. The church is also a safe place surrounded by people willing, (and some not so willing) to support me on my vocation to the priesthood. For all of us, we have good memories at a church- confirmations, first Eucharist, wedding or ordination- and at other times not so good - funerals ect... But for me, there are more good than bad. At my parish is where I have grown and been taught about the mass from my priest.
The church is a home.
It is a space that is a living space, not only for Jesus but for us also. It is a place that we can rely on to be strengthend, to share in good times and bad, to find comfort and safety.