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Said to be where Joseph had his carpentry shop, the newer church is quite simple and lovely, certainly smaller than the Church of Annunciation. Built above older churches that once stood there, the visit to the grotto area is interesting and has some lovely stain...More
Church is quite plain and nothing special. The grotto is said to the ruins of Joseph's house, although there really is little supporting evidence. A quick peek after the visit of the neighboring Basilica of the Annunciation is probably okay; a special visit - not...More
This modern church is built next to the church of Annunciation on a much smaller scale. It is said its built on top of Joseph's workshop however there isn't any evidence of that. You can go down the stairs and see some old mosaics from...More
This is a smaller church adjacent to the church of annunciation. On the ground level they had a communion mass when we visited with chanting and on the basement you can see some catacombs and they have group tours. It is a very nice little...More
It with not only to visit St Joseph church but to pay a tribune to Joseph who was a very nice man and father. A righteous man as it is written in the Bible, who listen to the word of the Lord given to him...More
Although not as magnificent as the Basilica of the Assumption, the Church of St Joseph is worth a visit on its own. As St Joseph lived so much in the shadow of Mary and Jesus, so the Church of St Joseph is so much in...More
The spotlight at this site is on Mary, so it is fitting that the st Joseph Church play a supporting role just as Joseph did in real life. The church is located a short walk through a small garden from the Church of the Annunciation....More