Abbey of the Dormition, Jerusalem

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View of Jerusalem from Dominus Flevit

Pictures and text illuminating the biblical site of the Mount of Olives

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Pater Noster (Jerusalem, Israel):

  The convent is located at the site of the ruins of the Byzantine Eleona Basilica, which was built over a cave where according to tradition was the place where Jesus hid with his disciples and taught the "Our Father" (Pater Noster) prayer.

The portico hallway on the eastern side is seen below, with four of the ceramic tiles with the Pater Noster prayer inscription written in various languages.

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Ten Days in Jerusalem

At just under one square kilometer in size and predominately pedestrian in nature, the Old City of Jerusalem is perfect for both short strolls and endless wanderings.

Dominus Flevit is a Roman Catholic church on the Mount of Olives, opposite the walls of the Old City of Jerusalem. Dominus Flevit, which translates from Latin as "The Lord Wept", was fashioned in the shape of a teardrop to symbolize the tears of Christ. Here, according to (Luke 19:37-42) Jesus, while walking toward the city of Jerusalem, becomes overwhelmed by the beauty of the 2nd Temple & predicting its future destruction,& the diaspora of the Jewish people,weeps openly aka Flevit super…

Dominus Flevit is a Roman Catholic church on the Mount of Olives, opposite the walls of the Old City of Jerusalem. Dominus Flevit, which translates from Latin as "The Lord Wept", was fashioned in the shape of a teardrop to symbolize the tears of Christ. Here, according to (Luke 19:37-42) Jesus, while walking toward the city of Jerusalem, becomes overwhelmed by the beauty of the 2nd Temple & predicting its future destruction,& the diaspora of the Jewish people,weeps openly aka Flevit super…

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