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Our Singaporean group visited this place during Christmas, December 2018. The Boat Chapel had the most beautifully-made altar we had ever seen. We were blessed to have celebrated Mass there and it really felt as though the Priest, like Jesus, was on a boat and preaching to us.
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Must see location that is the best intersect of old and New Testament history. Follow Magdala and Father Kelly on Facebook.
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My husband and I visited in June 2019. What a spiritual, amazing and active place it is. The room before entering the church is dedicated to the women of the Bible--magnificent architecture, yet simple. The church filled with light and homage to Jesus and his disciples in the
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What a dramatic architectural building for the photographer. We visited while on a pilgrimage, hence we were traveling light and I had only a pocket camera to use. Still, using the zoom's wide-angle captured the ceiling. The lighting in the sanctuary is harsh due to the big
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Tour with Sister Kelly. The whole experience was amazing. Would love to go back and stay in the beautiful hotel.
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