Het labyrint in de kerk

14606542_1682284041797120_2641451736832664731_nWil je met het labyrint aan de slag in je kerk? Luis Kaserer, geestelijk verzorger in Gouda en ikzelf hebben samen een studiedag ontwikkeld om je daarbij bij te staan. Op uitnodiging komen we die graag verzorgen. Ook alleen een lezing over het Christelijk labyrint is mogelijk, bijvoorbeeld als onderdeel van het pastoraal programma. Neem contact op via email als je op dit aanbod in wilt gaan.

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Travelling with Michael 8, Northern Puglia

IMG_4387The story is by far not finished yet. After our departure from Monte S. Angelo we pay a blitz visit to Northern Puglia. Our first stop is Siponte, where we visit a beautiful white Longobardan church that just had been repaired, supported by Unesco. The church is famous because it was the Bishop of Siponte who was in the 4th century involved in the recognition of the apparition of Michael and the building of he Sanctuary on the mountain. (meer…)

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Travelling with Michael 7, Monte Sant’Angelo.

IMG_4412After a journey of several hours in which we slowly descend into Puglia, we arrive in Monte Sant’Angelo, at the Gargano peninsula. It is extremely cold for this time of the year, and we are glad that we have been able to book two rooms in the beautiful Hotel Sant’Angelo, just across the entrance to Michaels Sanctuary. It’s an Italian holiday: the sanctuary is full of pilgrims, and Mass is being celebrated all day through. (meer…)

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Travelling with Michael 6, Benevento: Michael and Sofia

IMG_4346Our next stop is Benevento, a town halfway Napoli and Puglia. I knew of this place that it was the capital of the Longobardan Empire in Southern Italy, and an important place on the Templars route to the Adriatic. But much to our surprise the town had more to offer. (meer…)

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Travelling with Michael 5, Ceccano: the Madonna of the Woods.

79DDE573-6705-43C6-B636-32CB5CE2BF4EDuring the following day we get some big surprises. We expected to go a church in the forest, but it all comes out differently. When we stop the car we are in awe for what we see. It is not a church but a small stone circle with huge stones. Stones like you find in Avebury and Stonehenge. This report is written by Agnes, since she worked most intensively with the energies on this spot. For more of her work see: www.moederaarde.eu (meer…)

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