Whitefriar Street Carmelite Church

Whitefriar Street Carmelite Church

Whitefriar Street Carmelite Church
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ReadytoTravel51
Melbourne, FL69 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
mai 2024 • Par
If you love to visit churches this is a wonderful one. It is beautiful. They have relics of both St Albert and St Valentine.
Skrevet 27. mai 2024
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Tengiene
Balbriggan, Irland3 628 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
feb. 2024 • Venner
The Carmelite Roman Catholic Church on Whitefriar Street is considered one of the top attractions in Dublin, but is less well known than other attractions. The Carmelite Church, officially dedicated to Our Lady of Mount Carmel, belongs to the Carmelites, an order of the Brothers of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Mount Carmel. She deserves attention when going on a tour to Ireland, because here in the church the relics of St. Valentine, the main patron of all lovers. Directly on Valentine's Day, additional services are held here, which can be watched online. Saint Valentine (Valentinus) is the name of several early Christian martyred saints. Almost nothing is known about their lives; it is even impossible to reliably establish whether they were really different persons or whether we are talking about different lives of the same saint. Historians mention Valentine, a Roman priest who was beheaded around 269, Valentine, bishop of Interamna (city of Terni), famous for miraculous healings and executed for converting the mayor's son to Christianity. There was also Valentine, who suffered for his faith in the Roman province of Africa. The Carmelite Church was built in 1827 to the design of George Papworth. Not far from it in the Middle Ages there was another Carmelite church that has not survived. In 1836, Pope Gregory XVI gave the relics of St. Valentine to the Reverend John Pratt, a famous Irish priest and preacher, as a sign of gratitude and devotion to the church. They were found in 1836 on the then outskirts of Rome, in the catacombs of Hippolytus on the Via Tiburtina, exhumed and identified as the relics of St. Valentine, despite the fact that the saint’s skull, decorated with a wreath, had already been in the Roman basilica of Santa Maria in for a long time. Kosmedin. On November 10, 1836, a church procession with this relic proceeded to the church, where it was met by Archbishop Murray of Dublin. For a long time this relic was forgotten and only during the restoration of this church in the 50-60s. XX century a casket with the relics of the saint and a letter of gift from the Pope were found. To possess the relics of St. Valentine is claimed by many temples and monasteries. The Roquemore Cathedral in France, the Cathedral of St. Stephen's in Vienna, the Basilica in Balzan in Malta, the Church of St. Peter and Paul in the Czech Vysehrad, the Greek Catholic Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Ukraine, in Sambir and the temple in the Polish city of Chelmno. In the Carmelite Church in Dublin they can be seen in the north-east corner of the church, under the statue of St. Valentine at the high altar. Another interesting feature of the temple is the wooden statue of the Madonna and Child, Our Lady of Dublin, dating from the 15th century, which is believed to have previously belonged to the Abbey of St. Mary. This is the only statue that survived the Reformation era, when almost all Irish monasteries were plundered.
Skrevet 14. februar 2024
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urbanguy
Richmond, VA4 931 bidrag
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sep. 2023 • Par
I really liked this church. We went to a 3 PM weekday mass and walked around afterwards. There is a massive organ up in the front. And, there are many, many shrines (all listed on their website). There are a number of interesting side altars. Perhaps, the most famous and most visited is the altar to St. Vincent, for which there are some relics.
Skrevet 7. oktober 2023
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Quill2005
Ocala, FL266 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
mar. 2023 • Par
The Whitefriar Church (Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church) run by the Carmelites is centrally located in Dublin. This beautiful, large church is wonderfully decorated and is an oasis of faith. Be sure to see the relics of St. Valentine on the right side of the church, which was a gift from the Vatican. The church dates back to the 13th century and has lovely stained glass windows and a shrine to Our Lady of Dublin. There is also a good gift shop near the entrance which sells many nice religious articles. No trip to Dublin would be complete without stepping inside at least one Roman Catholic Church, and this one should be on your list to visit!
Skrevet 7. april 2023
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Emma L
Dublin, Irland273 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
feb. 2021 • Venner
My friend and I wandered past it and took a quick look. Although it doesn’t look nice at all from the outside, the inside is beautiful. You’ll find the relics of Saint Valentine and I’ve noticed 3 stunning mosaic ceilings.
I didn’t take any picture as I think it’s forbidden but the memory is still vivid!
Skrevet 18. februar 2021
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OxanaKsu
Moskva, Russland12 620 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
aug. 2019
Достаточно не приметное снаружи здание церкви кармелитов. Церковь находится на месте дореформационного монастыря кармелитов, построенного в 1539 году. Нынешнее строение датируется 1825 годом и было спроектировано Джорджем Папвортом, который проектировал Собор Святой Марии в Дублине. Церковь известна мощами Святого Валентина, которые были переданы церкви в дар в 19 веке Папой Григорием XVI. В церкви также хранятся мощи святого Альберта. Так же представляет интерес дубовая фигура Богоматери Дублина в натуральную величину.
Skrevet 4. februar 2020
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uzzerrimo
Cagliari, Italia375 bidrag
3,0 av 5 bobler
aug. 2019
La chiesa è graziosa, non proprio piccola; l'ingresso è gratuito, ha degli interni belli. All'esterno non entusiasmante, ma perchè non farci un salto?
Famosa per un motivo: contiene le spoglie di San Valentino(?!?). Magari si scrive un pensiero nel quaderno a disposizione o si chiede un aiutino in amore (ah ah ah).
Skrevet 29. august 2019
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Gabriel Mc Govern
Dublin, Irland110 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
aug. 2019 • Alene
A beautiful Carmelite Church in the centre Of Dublin,within the walls of which is a very rich spiritual history. Beautiful stained glass windows telling many stories, a lovely altar backed by an impressive organ, and of course the shrine containing the relics of St Valatine a very popular pilgrimage site all year round and particularly February 14th, for married,engaged or young people in love. Church has regular religious services throughout the day. A nice coffee shop is also within the church.
Skrevet 25. august 2019
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muzique1960
Woodridge, IL821 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
jul. 2019
You have to see this church. It is deceiving from the outside, but when you step inside and see the beautiful sanctuary, the many saints that are honored in the church, and the relics of St. Valentine, you are awe struck. The church also has a rare black Madonna over the altar, which is quite stunning. Lovely stained glass windows.
Skrevet 8. august 2019
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Maggi713
Baltimore, MD12 319 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
mar. 2019 • Par
Most locals and tourist know nothing about what is in the Whitefriars Street Church. We had read that the remains of St. Valentine were there. We found the story of how the bones ended up in Ireland a peculiar one. An Irish priest, John Spratt, went over to the Vatican and apparently charmed the then Pope so much he gave him the remains as a gift. The bones arrived in Dublin in 1836 and Spratt put them into storage where they remained until the 1950s! They have since been taken out of storage and given a place of honor in the church. After all, St. Valentine is considered to be the God of Love. It is tradition for both Catholic and non-Catholic couples to go to the church to ask Valentine to protect them and their relationship. Whitefriar Street Church has become a landmark of the city. In addition to the relics of St. Valentine, it is home to Our Lady of Dublin. The church is run by the Irish Province of Carmelites. We found the church to be an oasis of prayerful silence in the midst of the bustling city.
Skrevet 15. mai 2019
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