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This church is where the Christmas Eve Midnight Mass is televised (not the better known Church of the Nativity). Its interior is frankly rather plain. A statue of Jerome adorns the cloister. It is worth a quick look as it is just right next to...More
Built over the ruins of a Crusader era church and monastery belonging to the Augustinians, the Church of St Catherine is located in the Church of Nativity compound surrounding Manger Square. The Church stands on the site where Jesus appeared before Catherine of Alexandria and...More
The Church of St,. Catherine is adjacent to the Church of the Nativity. it is a nice design and well maintained but not very interesting. perhaps it would be a much more meaningful visit for a person on a pilgrimage.
You can enter this church directly from the Church of the Nativity and after the busy chaos of that church it is a pleasant, quiet oasis. It is a Roman Catholic church and is where the Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem celebrates Midnight Mass on Christmas...More
This church is actually part of a monestary that is connected to the Church of the Nativity. It does have some nice stain glass over the altar and is a nice respite after the Basilica next door. You can actually sit and pray if you...More
The Catholic version of the Church of the Nativity is worth a stop after visiting the Jesus birthplace. It gives chance to sit and contemplate after surviving the crowds.
There is cave in which St. Jerome translated the Bible into Latin. One can walk down...More