The Church of Our Lady of the Spasm marks the 4th station of the cross on the Via Dolorosa.
Along the left-hand wall you see something beginning with K, needed for today's ABC Wednesday.
The whole prayer desk is more properly called a prie-dieu.
The French names means literally "pray [to] God."
These prie-dieux look hard, but I think the Armenian Catholics (to whom the church belongs) are modest and tough enough to use them well.
More about this nice church and the Armenians in a previous post.
It is in St. Mary's Cathedral in Sydney, Australia.
Either way, remember the saying that they taught me in Arkansas:
"God answers knee-mail."