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Dachau
GERMANY, Dachau Memorial Pastoral Care / Sr. M. Elinor Grimm •  Due to coronavirus measures, it is only possible to visit the Dachau concentration camp memorial on a limited basis. But there are some good apps that allow virtual tours. I would like to refer to the memorial app about the clergy and the ARt app. — A memorial app is now available for the almost 2,800 clergy of various denominations (Catholic, Protestant, Orthodox, Jewish and Muslim), most of whom were in the Dachau concentration camp from 1940 onwards. InRead More
GERMANY, Press Release Gedenkstättenseelsorge Dachau• The Protestant Churches of Bavaria and the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Munich and Freising  marked the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Dachau concentration camp with an ecumenical service of remembrance on the 27th April 2020. This took place in the Protestant Church of Reconciliation, built on the actual location of the former prisoner camp site, a short distance from the crematorium. The video recording of this service is made available on April 29, 2020,  the 75th anniversary of the liberation of  the concentration campRead More
JOSEPH KENTENICH, Sr. M. Elinor Grimm/mf • So many things that had been planned and prepared with love and dedication are cancelled during these weeks. Sporting events, concerts, congresses, fairs, anniversaries, travel. Processions and stations of the cross, dozens of missions for hundreds of youth, 500 years of the first Holy Mass in Argentina. And also the celebration of 75 years of the release of Father Kentenich from the Dachau concentration camp. We stay at home because we take care of each other, and relieve doctors, nurses, and all thoseRead More