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CHURCH SAINT SAUVEUR

Tourist site around the theme of Sacred art in MORSBACH, classified in the list of historic monuments, free entrance

The idea to build the church of Saint-Sauveur in Morsbach, near Forbach was born at the dawn of the twentieth century. On 1st November 1900, Pope Leo XIII issued an encyclical, asking all believers to begin the new century in the spirit of the Saviour. This Encyclical from the Holy Father inspired the Morsbach parish priest, Nicolas Folschweiller, to build the church of Saint-Sauveur with the aim of bringing the Holy Father’s notion to fruition. The 18th of August 1907 proved to be an unforgettable day for the commune of Morsbach and for all the faithful of Lorraine. This long-awaited day erased all the worries felt during the preparations for building the church.
From 01/01/2020 To 31/12/2020
Monday : from 07h00 to 23h00
Tuesday : from 07h00 to 23h00
Wednesday : from 07h00 to 23h00
Thursday : from 07h00 to 23h00
Friday : from 07h00 to 23h00
Saturday : from 07h00 to 23h00
Sunday : from 07h00 to 23h00
From 01/01/2021 To 31/12/2021
Monday : from 07h00 to 23h00
Tuesday : from 07h00 to 23h00
Wednesday : from 07h00 to 23h00
Thursday : from 07h00 to 23h00
Friday : from 07h00 to 23h00
Saturday : from 07h00 to 23h00
Sunday : from 07h00 to 23h00

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EGLISE DU SAINT SAUVEUR MORSBACH

rue National
57600 MORSBACH