Adagio Rome Dehon
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Today was our first proper outing in rome and this was to the Vatican City. We walk down the via Torre Argentina (one of the major roads spinning off from the pantheon and caught a bus 64 that dropped us off near St. Peter's Sq. After a 10 min walk we arrived at the magnificent St. Peter's Sq and the basilica of St. Peter. The crowds snaked round and round to get into the balsilica and it would have taken us a long ...
It was another early morning trip back to St. Peter's, this time for a private Mass in the Irish Chapel. Fr. Greg lead us down to the level of the first St. Peter's to the beautiful St. Columba chapel, decorated with Celtic crosses, Celtic tracery stonework and a mosaic of St. Columba in Ireland. We each did a reading, the Mass was beautiful and we said special prayers for all of the Boccini and Dunican ...
... the high altar. This is a place where the current pope celebrates mass on major holidays. This is a place where he sits and bestows God's blessing upon those celebrating with him. This is a place that hosts Pope Francis who is changing the world and the world's perception of the Church. I was completely honored to be standing before the high altar. Behind the high altar were huge black marble statues with a stained glass window of the Holy Spirit in the form of a ...
... each panel, wall, ceiling. The whole room from floor to ceiling is painted depicting many stories. The museum itself contains a lot of marble statues from ancient times, the buildings themselves have great ornate ceilings and walls, and also maps made from tapestries, absolutely massive hanging from both sides of a corridor as you walked through. It is hard to put into words such grandeur and beauty, you will just have to come and experience this ...