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St. Eystein's Catholic Church

Hernesveien 22c, Bodo 8003, Norway
+47 75 52 17 83
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Reviewed 24 August 2016
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The church is about 400 metres from Bodo Airport. This is a modern church from 1983 that accommodates 150 persons. The church has a beautiful altar made of marble from the local quarry at Fauske, beautiful stained glass windows, furnishings decorated with wood carvings, and an excellent organ. About 250 Catholics of many different nationalities live in Bodo. The priest lives in the vicarage just behind the church. A Catholic school is located adjacent to the church. The church is open daily, during the daytime. Information about Mass under the time-tab on this site. Thursdays at 7 pm and Saturdays at 9 am, Mass is held at the chapel of the convent of the Dominican Sisters, situated some 50 m behind the church.
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24 Aug 2016
9 Nov 2012
“Temmelig kjedelig kirke”
Hernesveien 22c, Bodo 8003, Norway
+47 75 52 17 83
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Reviewed 24 August 2016
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