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This is the site where Jesus appeared for the third time after he had risen. The church is simple and small with pretty brick work. Inside the church, is a rock with the sign ‘Mensa Christi’ which means the table of Christ. Several of the...More
Visited by the pope this is an oasis or sanctuary recalling where Peter made his confession of faith.
Beautiful green park and gardens and small church on the banks of the Sea of Galilee maker this a must for visitors.
We visited this beautiful church in Tabgha while we were on a pilgrimage tour of Holy Land. According to the Catholic tradition, it is the place where Jesus reinstate St. Peter as chief among the apostles. A must visit place
This is a Roman Catholic church which commemorates the site where Jesus reinstates Peter as leader of the apostles laying ground for him to be the first Pope of the Catholic church.
Inside the church is a rock in front of the altar which according...More
There is a small chapel and a mini amphitheater. Worth a look and a photo is the statue of st Peter and Jesus Christ as if being bestowed upon as the very first Pope. In fact it was visited by the Papal hierarchy.
Tabgha is situated on the shores of Lake Galilee. In this place Jesus performed miracles of bread multiplication. Here there is also St. Peter Primacy (Peter Primacy Church), where Jesus appeared the third time after the resurrection to His disciples who were fishing. This place...More
This church is situated in an idyllic location on the banks of the Sea of Galilee and set in a beautiful garden that truly invites reflection and meditation. The church itself is quite small and basic, but its simplicity seems perfectly appropriate for its symbolism....More
This is a lovely place to visit, walk down to the Sea of Galilee behind the church, then go inside and you will see a big limestone rock, "Mensa Christi" that is said to be the place where Jesus prepared a meal for his disciples...More
This church is located on the beautiful northwest shore of the Sea of Galilee. The church is built on the place where Jesus is said to have laid out a breakfast of bread and fish for the Apostles, and Jesus asked Peter three times “Simon...More