Search results for: “Rosslyn Chapel”

  • The date is set

    …yesterday evening that permission has been granted for us to marry at the Collegiate Chapel of St. Matthew – better known as Rosslyn Chapel – in the village of Roslin,…

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  • …Rosslyn Chapel yesterday evening and everyone else already there waving to me as I arrived, with Jo in front of family and the rest of our immediate wedding party. It…

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  • …Scotland to live with me during 2006. We married during 2007 in the splendour of Rosslyn Chapel, and combined our surnames. Long before all this was a twinkle in my eye, I…

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  • Fifteen years on

    …October, marks the twelfth anniversary of our wedding at Rosslyn Chapel. As I do all the time, I have looked back through the archive of photos of our life together…

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  • …Thanks to you, blessed Brother Klaus, our Fatherland remained wonderfully protected and spared. Robert Durrer A mural in the Lower Chapel at Flüeli-Ranft in Switzerland, initiated by Robert Durrer in 1920….

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  • Up the Aisle

    When travelling, I like to see historic things. One of my regular stops is a local church; not for religious reasons, but because churches contain a compact version of the…

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  • …– and well-hidden in the only easily accessible route to the water near St. Govan’s Head – is the tiny chapel dedicated to the eponymous saint. If you’re staying at Tenby…

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  • …palaeolithic era. The second cave contains an open-air chapel, at which services are still held on several occasions during the year. The famous “guest house” – or a version of…

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  • …out from the darkness and which was enhanced by bright moonlight, was of the visually dominant and historic King’s College Chapel. After taking the photo below, we returned to our…

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  • …amongst thousands of others in my archive. Visiting a large basilica abbey in Bavaria, I wandered over to a recessed chapel, out of sight of the main body of the…

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  • Kilmuir Easter Church, Scotland

    …ruins of a Romish chapel on a pleasant bank surrounded by graves.  This spot has been deserted as a burying place for many years; and the present farmer (not adverting…

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  • …of a challenge for the faint of heart. (Perhaps a reason why there has been a small chapel of thanksgiving on the eastern side of the bridge since 1691.) The…

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