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Under the church is a dungeon thought to be the cell where Jesus was detained for the night following his arrest. ... See MoreSee Less

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The Church of St Peter in Gallicantu in Jerusalem commemorates the apostle Peter’s triple denial of his Master, his immediate repentance and his reconciliation with Christ after the Resurrection.

On its roof is a golden rooster atop a black cross — recalling Christ’s prophesy that Peter would deny him three times “before the cock crows”. Galli-cantu means cockcrow in Latin
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The hill of Mount Zion, the highest point in ancient Jerusalem, is dominated by the Church of the Dormition. The location is identified in Christian tradition as the place where the Virgin Mary died — or “fell asleep”, as the name suggests. ... See MoreSee Less

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Absolutely beautiful! Didn't even know this place existed.

Just "Beautiful"....

How beautiful

Beautiful

What a good looking group! ... See MoreSee Less

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Photos from St. Mary's Parish, Greensburg, IN's post ... See MoreSee Less

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Church of the Visitation

The Virgin Mary’s visit to Elizabeth — depicted in mosaic on the façade — is commemorated in a two-tiered church, on a slope of the hill south of Ein Karem.

On the wall opposite the church, ceramic plaques reproduce Mary’s canticle of praise the Magnificat in over 50 languages
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The Church of St Anne in Jerusalem marks the traditional site of the home of Jesus’ maternal grandparents, Anne and Joachim, and the birthplace of the Virgin Mary.

The Church is renowned for remarkable acoustics. We sang a song inside and sounded like a large choir!
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Yes, I remember visiting there... did your guide tell you why Mary went to Nazareth, 100 miles away? Did you all go to Ein Kerem? K

We’re back at St Mary’s!
Ready for a weekend of Confirmation, Masses, and Baptisms.
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We’re back at St Mary’s! 
Ready for a weekend of Confirmation, Masses, and Baptisms.

 

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Thank you all for sharing your trip with us....the pictures were amazing!!

Good to have you back!

Thanks for the sharing your trip with us, what wonderful memories.

Fabulous trip but there's no place like home. So appreciative of the pictured you shared. We all felt like we were there with you.

Welcome back !! The pictures were eye opening for me. Thanks for sharing.

Welcome back and thanks for sharing your pictures !

Welcome home to all. Glad to have you back.

Glad you are home safe and sound! Thank you so much for sharing your adventure with us!

Glad you all made it back safe. I love all those pictures all of you sent. So many amazing things you all got to see and share with us.

Thank you for including us in your prayers!

Loved sharing your trip via photos.

Enjoyed the pictures. Glad you are home.

Glad you’re home safe & sound!

Welcome Home!

Welcome Home!! Glad you are back!!

Welcome Home ! So glad you are back safe and sound. Thanks for sharing all those wonderful pictures of your trip. You are so blessed to have walked where Jesus did.

Welcome home! Loved the pictures!

Welcome home and glad all are safe and sound. Your sharing of pictures was awesome! Thank you.

Welcome home. Thx for sharing the pictures.

Welcome back!!!

Glad you made it back safely and thank-you so much for the pics they were amazing and beautiful !

Just had a ‘Healthy Date’ from Jerusalem with my FrenchPress coffee ☕️ Compliments from sister in law Terri! It was Out of this World 🌍 just like your trip! So glad your back safe and sound!

Thank You for Sharing your Sacred Journey....Loved the pictures!

Glad you are back safe and sound. So thankful for the shared pictures!

Welcome home. Thank you so much for blessing us with the pictures from your trip....

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The Western Wall (also known as Wailing Wall). ... See MoreSee Less

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Confirmation Mass will be celebrated February 16 at 11:00 am. Archbishop Thompson will be our celebrant.
May the Holy Spirit fill the hearts of our newly confirmed.
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A stone like Jesus would be laid on for anointing. Mosaic murals in background depict the scene. ... See MoreSee Less

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These pictures are very moving I sure would have loved to have laid my rosary on that stone♥️♥️

May married couples draw upon the grace of the sacrament of marriage to bear witness to Gods love. ... See MoreSee Less

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May married couples draw upon the grace of the sacrament of marriage to bear witness to Gods love.

Blessed Sacrament Chapel inside Church of Holy Sepchular. ... See MoreSee Less

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Awesome Anita

The Church of the Holy Sepulchre in the Old City of Jerusalem covers what Christians believe is the site of the most important events in human history: The place where Jesus Christ was buried an where he rose from the dead.

There are more than 30 worship spaces inside. Stations 10-14 are inside this church. Up the first set of stairs is level to the top of the rock of Christ’s crucifixion.

Continuing away from Calvary, the Rotunda of the church opens up surrounded by massive pillars and surmounted by a huge dome. Its outer walls date back to the emperor Constantine’s original basilica built in the 4th century. The dome is decorated with a starburst of light, with 12 rays representing the apostles.

In the centre is a stone edicule (“little house”), its entrance flanked by rows of huge candles. This is the Tomb of Christ, the Fourteenth Station of the Cross.

Emperor Constantine began the church in 325 AD after tearing down a page temple.
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Such a moving experience!

We walked the streets of old Jerusalem to pray the Way of the Cross. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you to all involved in taking and sharing the photos on this journey, A picture is worth a thousand words. It made the journey more meaningful for the people not with you. At least that is the way I see it.🙏🙏😇 Thanks

Prayers for a safe journey back home. Your journey has been amazing, and so glad you have shared with us.

Awesome pictures and journey. Thank You for sharing this beautiful journey with all of us here at home. It brought the beautiful Holy Land experience to us through all the pictures. Safe travel home.

Very touching

The Church of the Flagellation is located in the Muslim Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem near St. Stephen’s Gate. It is along the Via Dolorosa (Way of Sorrows), the route that Jesus took bearing his cross as he made his way towards his crucifixion. ... See MoreSee Less

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Have loved all the pictures.

Thank you for sharing this fabulous trip with all of us!

The garden of Gethsemane, near the foot of the Mount of Olives, is named in the New Testament as the place where Jesus went with his disciples to pray the night before he was crucified.

The garden, about 1200 square metres in area, was well known to the disciples as it is close to the natural route from the Temple to the summit of the Mount of Olives and the ridge leading to Bethany.

The name in Hebrew means “oil press”. Oil is still pressed from the fruit of eight ancient and gnarled olive trees that give the garden a timeless character.
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WOW!!! I have never seen a 2000 year old 🌲 tree I bet that tree could tell you some stories 💝💝

Interesting pictures

Cool!

We continue walking the rest of the way down the Mount toward the Garden if Gethsemane and the Church of all Nations. ... See MoreSee Less

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We continue walking the rest of the way down the Mount toward the Garden if Gethsemane and the Church of all Nations.Image attachmentImage attachment

 

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So very interesting 💐💐

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