There is not much to see inside the San Fernando Church in Cebu today due to renovations done to its interior in 1972. This was probably due to the effects of Vatican 2 which closed in 1965. I’m not sure if the original is cruciform but basing on the archival photo in the introductory post, looks it was added later.
What we can still find today are just the original structural details of the interior which is just limited to the neogothic portals flanking the retablo mayor, entrances to the baptistry and access to the belfry. The rest are new. The sacristy portals at the presbytery has a similar style to the side doors found at the nave with a high relief detail at the lancet points.