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Tuesday, 22 July 2014

Sankt Anna Damenstiftskirche, Munich. From September 2014, This Glorious Collegiate Church Will Permanently Host The FSSP, With Daily Traditional Masses.

English: The High Altar,
Sankt Anna Damenstiftskirche, Munich, Germany.
Deutsch: Damenstiftskirche, München, Innenraum.
Photo: 26 June 2007.
Source: Own work.
Author: Rufus46.
(Wikimedia Commons)

News has come in from RORATE CAELI
that the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter (FSSP), that already had a small presence in the Bavarian Capital, Munich, will soon have a permanent basis in the City.

This will be the second major world Diocese to open up a permanent setting for the FSSP. The first having been LOS ANGELES

Starting on 1 September 2014, the glorious Collegiate Church of Saint Anne (Damenstiftskirche Sankt Anna), a historic Chapel in Munich, will host the FSSP, permanently, with daily Traditional Masses. The Apostolate will be headed by Father Christian Jäger, FSSP.

Further information will be posted on the FSSP GERMANY WEB-SITE

Heartfelt congratulations to the FSSP, Fr. Jäger, and the local community. And profound gratitude to the local Archbishop of Munich and Freising, Cardinal Reinhard Marx.

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Deutsch: Damenstiftkirche,
English: The Decorated Ceiling,
Sankt Anna Damenstiftskirche,
Photo: 10 July 2007.
Source: Own work.
Author: Andrew Bossi.
(Wikimedia Commons)

The following Text and Illustrations are from Wikipedia - the free encyclopaedia,
unless otherwise stated.

Sankt Anna Damenstiftskirche is a Chapel in Munich, Southern Germany.

It was commissioned in the 18th-Century by Elector Charles Albert, who became Emperor Charles VII, starting from 1733. A Monastery in the legal form of a Chapter of Nuns was set up. The architect was Johann Baptist Gunetzrhainer, while the Asam brothers were responsible for the Interior. The women's Collegiate Church was consecrated in 1735.

English: The Pulpit and The High Altar,
Sankt Anna Damenstiftskirche, Munich, Germany.
Deutsch: München, Damenstiftskirche St. Anna.
Photo: March 2011.
Source: Own work.
Author: Bbb at wikivoyage shared.
(Wikimedia Commons)

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