Spread the Word

[3rd of a series of posts about my late October travels to southern Germany]

Psalm 146
Alleluia.
Praise the Lord, O my soul;
I will praise the Lord all my life;
I will sing praise to my God while I live.

Chapels, churches, and cathedrals visited:

Bamberg Cathedral, Bamberg
bamberg-cathedral

St. Stephan Church, Bamberg (Evangelical Lutheran)
st-stephan

Regensburg Cathedral, Regensburg
regensburg-cathedral

Alte Kapelle, Regensburg
alte-kapelle

St. Lawrence Church, Nuremberg (Evangelical Lutheran)
st-lawrence-church

St. Sebald’s Church, Nuremberg
st-sebald

Mountain chapel near Schloss Hohenschwangau, Schwangau
chapel-in-schloss-hohenschwangau

St. Michael’s Church, Munich (King Ludwig II’s burial place)
st-michaels-church

Frauenkirche, or Cathedral Church of Our Lady, Munich
cathedral-church-of-our-lady

Church of the Holy Spirit, Munich
church-of-the-holy-spirit

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4 thoughts on “Spread the Word

  1. Karina, an article especially after my husbands heart. I have never been to Regensburg nor Bamberg, so I am particulary happy to see our Germany through your eyes. A big thank you for that 🙂 Beautiful “Alte Kapelle in Regensburg”. You know, on all our travels, here and especially abroad (anywhere) I dont think that there is a Church we have not visited 🙂 and in some places we even have become friends with the Head Clergy/Bishop and special Blessings for us are always assured 🙂 🙂

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    • I’m happy to be “your eyes.” How nice that you’re able to meet with the Head Clergy/Bishop. I am impressed at the grandness of the historical churches and cathedrals I’ve seen. Simply amazing how strong people’s faith and conviction were back then.

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  2. The history of these churches are amazing! Have you ever read the historical fiction book Sarum? It documents the building of a church in England that took 400 years as a theme throughout part of the story. It’s an amazing book that follows the lineage of five families in England for 10,000 years, starting with the Stone Age. Whoa!

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