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13
Dec
2015

Cattedrale Sv. Víta, Václava a Vojtěcha

Arcidiocesi di Praga

Praha Praga Prague

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St. Vitus Cathedral, the first temple of our country, where for ages the hopes, fears and longings of past generations have been formed, where the ecclesiastic and the worldly power have been meeting and where various Czech princes, kings, emperors and archbishops repose. The Cathedral is a shrine and the resting place of the Godspell witnesses St. Vitus, St. Wenceslas, St. Adalbert, St. John Nepomucene and many more saints who can show us a different and liberating view of our today’s pleasures and pains. The Cathedral is also the national treasury which contains some of the most important symbols of Czech statehood, such as the Saint Wenceslas Crown or the Coronation Cross with relics of the passion of Christ. The St. Vitus, Wenceslas and Adalbert Cathedral offers a free space of quiet, concentration and orientation, a space that is very necessary today. It has grown out of the oldest layers of our country’s history, it is a sum of Christianity and the whole of our civilization and together with us it rises towards the heavenly Jerusalem.

Orario di apertura
Pondělí/lunedí/mon – Sobota/sabato/sat 9:00 – 15:40
Neděle/domenica/sun 12:00 – 15:40

Orario delle celebrazioni
Sunday/neděle 08:30 Mass-mše
10:00 Mass-mše (celebrated in Latin every last Sunday of the month - latinsky poslední neděli v měsíci)
17:00 Vespers-nešpory
Monday/pondělí 07:00 Mass-mše
Tuesday/úterý 07:00 Mass-mše
Wednesday/středa 07:00 Mass-mše
Thursday/čtvrtek 07:00 Mass-mše
Friday/pátek 07:00 Mass-mše
18:00 Mass-mše
Saturday/sobota 07:00 Mass-mše

Orario delle confessioni
Confessions/zpovědi/confessioni: (Czech and English-česky a anglicky)

Sunday/neděle/domenica 09:30 – 10:00
Friday/pátek/venerdí 17:30 – 17:50

Praha Praga Prague

Metropolitní kapitula u sv. Víta v Praze III. nádvoří 48/2, Pražský hrad, Praha Praga Prague, Romania