Sad to leave Zürich, but we have to get to Italy. After a good night’s sleep and a hearty breakfast we boarded our buses and headed through the Swiss Alps which are always stunning. It’s hard to take in all of the grandeur of these mountains and the surrounding countryside and villages. The highlight of the day was our meeting with St. Gianna Molla’s daughter Gianna. We met the Saint’s daughter at the cemetery and
How can you not love Switzerland? Everything is clean, polite and organized. It is a gorgeous country with great food and drink and a feast for the eyes. It’s religious and political background is quite intriguing. It is a country with four primary languages: the majority speak German, then French, Italian and a minority speak Romansh. A morning walking tour of the city to view some of its beautiful buildings and churches, then lunch and
Today was the highlight of the pilgrimage. Everyone was delighted and overwhelmed with the fantastic production of the Passion Play. Five hours with eyes glued to the stage. It was all in German, but we had the whole script in our hand. We also had excellent seats in row 15 and 16. Live animals, probably 1000 people at times on the stage, amazing costumes and real life situations in the life trial and crucifixion of
We could not fit today in one video so I uploaded our tour of Dachau Concentration” Priest Camp” on an earlier video. On this one we share with you our day touring Munich and enjoying this beautiful German city. Look up the history of the Asam Church where we had Mass. I gave everybody a short history and story of the church and the brothers who built it right before Mass. Enjoy!
Video of Dachau is a video all by itself. Very profound. If it could happen in Germany, it could happen in America. Day 2, Part 2 coming soon.