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Filialkirche Zur Heiligen Familie Schlüßlberg

Schlüßlberg, Oberösterreich, Österreich
Schlüßlberg family church - Schlüßlberg pastoral care centre In March 1996, Bishop Maximilian Aichern, Mayor Weinberger and Johann Gmeiner broke ground for the construction of the church. On 6 October 1996, the foundation stone was laid and the tower cross was placed by Dean Johann Kaltseis, and on 8 and 9 November 1997 the bells and church were consecrated. The church is dedicated to the Holy Family.

The bells of Schlüßlberg
The parish of Schlüßlberg has a four-part peal of bells which fulfils the liturgical functions in every respect. It is the task of the parish to use the 14 different partial bells and the plenum in a meaningful way in the solemn liturgy. As a small speciality of the chimes in Schlüßlberg, a so-called major octave bell sounds alongside the three traditional minor octave bells, which makes the fourth sixth chord g - c - e sound particularly joyful. The festive bells g - a - c - e are reserved for high festivals and special occasions.

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Filialkirche Zur Heiligen Familie Schlüßlberg
Marktplatz 4
4707 Schlüßlberg

Phone +43 7248 62687
Fax machine +43 7248 62687 - 13
E-Mail pfarre.grieskirchen@dioezese-linz.at

Contact person
Franz Langeder


E-Mail franz.langeder@dioezese-linz.at

We speak the following languages

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