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Greek-Catholic Church, Budapest #409230 11/06/14 10:54 AM
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hi!

does anyone have details for the Greek-Catholic parish of Budapest, Hungary? Google isn't terribly helpful frown

thanks in advance!

Re: Greek-Catholic Church, Budapest [Re: Edward Yong] #409231 11/06/14 12:36 PM
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Are you looking for this?: http://www.gorkatpest.hu/

Re: Greek-Catholic Church, Budapest [Re: Edward Yong] #409243 11/07/14 08:47 AM
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Glory to Jesus Christ!
Yes, we went there once. A very nice church, somewhat south and west of city center.
People were very welcoming.
Let us know of your experience.
Deacon El

Re: Greek-Catholic Church, Budapest [Re: Deacon El] #409262 11/08/14 09:17 PM
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I found a way to translate the page automatically! I am going to explore this site further! My family is also related to the lines of the Apostolic Kings of Hungary - so many Saint sof Hungary are my distant relatives [and many other lines of Europe and the Byzantine Empire] and I love exploring churches to find historical depictions. Princess Anna Maria of Hungary (the sister of St Elizabeth of Hungary) who became Queen of Bulgaria when she married King Ivan Asen II of Bulgaria [Tzar actually] is my 23rd great-grand-mother.

Do you have photos of the interior of this church? The panorama misses the upper walls which seem to have painting and a large fresco on one wall (a hint of the bottom of them can be seen in it).

Thank you!
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It is quite disappointing to see NO ONE replies to me in here... is there an aversion to new members somehow? - what gives? Out of the 8-9 posts I have made, I have received NO replies from anyone. . . It feels 'cold' in here while I would have expected more warmth coming from people of religious traditions on this site's forums. . . disappointing really. . .

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