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Old February 10th, 2009, 07:35 AM posted to rec.travel.europe
Wiener Sänger
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Does anyone know of any English-speaking churches in Dresden,Germany ?
Mass on a Sunday would be most convenient.

R.A.
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Old February 10th, 2009, 11:23 AM posted to rec.travel.europe
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Am Mon, 9 Feb 2009 22:35:28 -0800 (PST) schrieb Wiener Sänger:

Does anyone know of any English-speaking churches in Dresden,Germany ?
Mass on a Sunday would be most convenient.


Look he
http://www.englishlivingabroad.com/d...religion.shtml

Regards,

Frank
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Old February 10th, 2009, 12:21 PM posted to rec.travel.europe
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On Feb 10, 3:23*pm, Frank Hucklenbroich
wrote:
Am Mon, 9 Feb 2009 22:35:28 -0800 (PST) schrieb Wiener Sänger:

Does anyone know of any English-speaking churches in Dresden,Germany ?
Mass on a Sunday would be most convenient.


Look hehttp://www.englishlivingabroad.com/d...religion.shtml

Regards,

Frank


Thanks for this. St. Paul's in Dresden, only has English language
masses on the last Sunday of the month. I wrote to the priest, but he
has not responded. They mention that there are several other places
where there are R.C. masses in English, but I am unable to find them.

Do you live in Dresden ?
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Old February 10th, 2009, 01:26 PM posted to rec.travel.europe
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Am Tue, 10 Feb 2009 03:21:36 -0800 (PST) schrieb Wiener Sänger:

On Feb 10, 3:23*pm, Frank Hucklenbroich
wrote:
Am Mon, 9 Feb 2009 22:35:28 -0800 (PST) schrieb Wiener Sänger:

Does anyone know of any English-speaking churches in Dresden,Germany ?
Mass on a Sunday would be most convenient.


Look hehttp://www.englishlivingabroad.com/d...religion.shtml

Regards,

Frank


Thanks for this. St. Paul's in Dresden, only has English language
masses on the last Sunday of the month. I wrote to the priest, but he
has not responded. They mention that there are several other places
where there are R.C. masses in English, but I am unable to find them.

Do you live in Dresden ?


No, I live in Cologne and did only find the website via google.

From Cologne I know that it is not very common to have church services in
english, except for small baptist communities. It's not too many (native)
english-speaking people living in Germany, except for british and
US-forces, who have their own churches and priests.

Regards,

Frank
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Old February 10th, 2009, 08:38 PM posted to rec.travel.europe
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Learn german .

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Does anyone know of any English-speaking churches in Dresden,Germany ?
Mass on a Sunday would be most convenient.

R.A.



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Old February 17th, 2009, 11:48 PM posted to rec.travel.europe
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"Wiener Sänger" wrote in message
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On Feb 10, 3:23 pm, Frank Hucklenbroich
wrote:
Am Mon, 9 Feb 2009 22:35:28 -0800 (PST) schrieb Wiener Sänger:

Does anyone know of any English-speaking churches in Dresden,Germany ?
Mass on a Sunday would be most convenient.


Look hehttp://www.englishlivingabroad.com/d...religion.shtml

Regards,

Frank


Thanks for this. St. Paul's in Dresden, only has English language
masses on the last Sunday of the month. I wrote to the priest, but he
has not responded. They mention that there are several other places
where there are R.C. masses in English, but I am unable to find them.

While in Barcelona, Spain, last November, we attended Mass at the chapel in
La Sacrada Familia.. The Mass was celebrated in Catalan, but we were given
sheets with the readings and the gospel written in English so that we could
follow along. If you are traveling near a US Military Installation, you
would be welcome to attend Mass there. The MP at the gate would probably
issue a temporary day entry pass for you when you explained the reason for
which you wanted to enter the base.

--Jean


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Old February 18th, 2009, 08:11 PM posted to rec.travel.europe
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Jean O'Boyle wrote:
"Wiener Sänger" wrote in message
...
On Feb 10, 3:23 pm, Frank Hucklenbroich
wrote:
Am Mon, 9 Feb 2009 22:35:28 -0800 (PST) schrieb Wiener Sänger:

Does anyone know of any English-speaking churches in Dresden,Germany ?
Mass on a Sunday would be most convenient.

Look hehttp://www.englishlivingabroad.com/d...religion.shtml

Regards,

Frank


Thanks for this. St. Paul's in Dresden, only has English language
masses on the last Sunday of the month. I wrote to the priest, but he
has not responded. They mention that there are several other places
where there are R.C. masses in English, but I am unable to find them.

While in Barcelona, Spain, last November, we attended Mass at the chapel in
La Sacrada Familia.. The Mass was celebrated in Catalan, but we were given
sheets with the readings and the gospel written in English so that we could
follow along. If you are traveling near a US Military Installation, you
would be welcome to attend Mass there. The MP at the gate would probably
issue a temporary day entry pass for you when you explained the reason for
which you wanted to enter the base.

--Jean


What's wrong with mass in the language of the country you are visiting?
It's the same service, isn't it? I've attended Christmas masses in
Europe, twice - once in Brussels in a very large (and I think famous)
church, once in Vienna at the Schubertskirche. Although I am
Anglo-catholic (Episcopalian), not Roman, I had no problem following the
mass, even if I didn't understand every word.
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Old February 19th, 2009, 05:49 AM posted to rec.travel.europe
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Default English speaking R.C. churches in Dresden, Germany


"EvelynVogtGamble(Divamanque)" wrote in message
...


Jean O'Boyle wrote:
"Wiener Sänger" wrote in message
...
On Feb 10, 3:23 pm, Frank Hucklenbroich
wrote:
Am Mon, 9 Feb 2009 22:35:28 -0800 (PST) schrieb Wiener Sänger:

Does anyone know of any English-speaking churches in Dresden,Germany ?
Mass on a Sunday would be most convenient.
Look
hehttp://www.englishlivingabroad.com/d...religion.shtml

Regards,

Frank


Thanks for this. St. Paul's in Dresden, only has English language
masses on the last Sunday of the month. I wrote to the priest, but he
has not responded. They mention that there are several other places
where there are R.C. masses in English, but I am unable to find them.

While in Barcelona, Spain, last November, we attended Mass at the chapel
in La Sacrada Familia.. The Mass was celebrated in Catalan, but we were
given sheets with the readings and the gospel written in English so that
we could follow along. If you are traveling near a US Military
Installation, you would be welcome to attend Mass there. The MP at the
gate would probably issue a temporary day entry pass for you when you
explained the reason for which you wanted to enter the base.

--Jean


What's wrong with mass in the language of the country you are visiting?
It's the same service, isn't it? I've attended Christmas masses in
Europe, twice - once in Brussels in a very large (and I think famous)
church, once in Vienna at the Schubertskirche. Although I am
Anglo-catholic (Episcopalian), not Roman, I had no problem following the
mass, even if I didn't understand every word.


Nothing at all...I can follow the Mass no matter what language it is in..I
just want to know what the reading and gospel is about... they change every
Sunday and since I did not understand Catalan, I appreciated that they were
kind enough to print the readings, responsorial and gospel in English.

--Jean


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Old February 19th, 2009, 05:56 AM posted to rec.travel.europe
Jean O'Boyle
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Default English speaking R.C. churches in Dresden, Germany


"Martin" wrote in message
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On Wed, 18 Feb 2009 12:11:34 -0700, "EvelynVogtGamble(Divamanque)"
wrote:



Jean O'Boyle wrote:
"Wiener Sänger" wrote in message
...
On Feb 10, 3:23 pm, Frank Hucklenbroich
wrote:
Am Mon, 9 Feb 2009 22:35:28 -0800 (PST) schrieb Wiener Sänger:

Does anyone know of any English-speaking churches in Dresden,Germany ?
Mass on a Sunday would be most convenient.
Look
hehttp://www.englishlivingabroad.com/d...religion.shtml

Regards,

Frank

Thanks for this. St. Paul's in Dresden, only has English language
masses on the last Sunday of the month. I wrote to the priest, but he
has not responded. They mention that there are several other places
where there are R.C. masses in English, but I am unable to find them.

While in Barcelona, Spain, last November, we attended Mass at the chapel
in
La Sacrada Familia.. The Mass was celebrated in Catalan, but we were
given
sheets with the readings and the gospel written in English so that we
could
follow along. If you are traveling near a US Military Installation, you
would be welcome to attend Mass there. The MP at the gate would probably
issue a temporary day entry pass for you when you explained the reason
for
which you wanted to enter the base.

--Jean


What's wrong with mass in the language of the country you are visiting?


A good question.

It's the same service, isn't it? I've attended Christmas masses in
Europe, twice - once in Brussels in a very large (and I think famous)
church, once in Vienna at the Schubertskirche. Although I am
Anglo-catholic (Episcopalian), not Roman, I had no problem following the
mass, even if I didn't understand every word.


and certainly no harder than following a mass in Latin.
--
Martin


There is a difference in attending Mass and praying the Mass. I was born
during the time that Mass was celebrated in Latin and am comfortable with
it; our missals had Latin on one side of the page and English on the other
so when one participated, you learned to follow and pray along with the
priest or respond when indicated. We still celebrate a Sunday noon Mass in
Latin at my parish here in Texas. I am a soprano in that choir and we sing
the hymns and responses in Latin at that Mass.

--Jean


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Old February 19th, 2009, 01:14 PM posted to rec.travel.europe
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Default English speaking R.C. churches in Dresden, Germany

On Feb 19, 12:11*am, "EvelynVogtGamble(Divamanque)"
wrote:
Jean O'Boyle wrote:
"Wiener Sänger" wrote in message
....
On Feb 10, 3:23 pm, Frank Hucklenbroich
wrote:
Am Mon, 9 Feb 2009 22:35:28 -0800 (PST) schrieb Wiener Sänger:


Does anyone know of any English-speaking churches in Dresden,Germany ?
Mass on a Sunday would be most convenient.
Look hehttp://www.englishlivingabroad.com/d...religion.shtml


Regards,


Frank


What's wrong with mass in the language of the country you are visiting?
* It's the same service, isn't it? *


The homily can't be understood .. it's very much part of the service.
The rest of it is exactly the same in a different language, so it is
easy to follow.

There are English masses in Vienna and Brussels, and I have attended
them both:
http://www.tourama.net/traveltips/englishchurches.html

-R
 




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