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Church of the Pater Noster, Jerusalem

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The Church of the Pater Noster, also known as the Sanctuary of the Eleona, is a partially reconstructed Roman Catholic church located on the Mount of Olives, north of the Tombs of the Prophets, in Jerusalem. It stands on the traditional site of Christ's teaching of the Lord's Prayer.. Today, the land on which the church stands formally belongs to France.
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  • Many texts of the "father our" in the various languages of the world. Of course the 'German' I sought and found
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  • The Church of Pater Noster displays the Lord's prayer in several languages! I am so glad that the Philippines has 4 Filipino translations of the “Our Father” at the Pater Noster church in Tagalog, Pam...  more »
  • Definitely good to see our father expressed in so many languages as a symbol of how widespread the Christianity. Board of walk.
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  • Such a calm, relaxing and peaceful place where the "Pater Noster"prayer is believed to be taught. The prayer is written on the walls in many languages.
  • Muito bom!
  • According to Church Tradition, this is where Jesus taught his disciples the Lord's Prayer (Our Father: Pater Noster, in Latin). Pray a Pater Noster for peace while you're here.
  • A peaceful place. 10 Shekel entry fee
  • The "Pater Noster" church was first believed to be the place of the ascension of Jesus, but today marks to presumed site of where the "Pater Noster" prayer was taught. The historical likelyhood of this is slim, but still it is an impressive site.