Dutch in Rome – the Church of the Frisians

With a short video, Rome Reports gives some attention to a Dutch church just across the square from St. Peter’s:


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I'm a 37-year-old lay Catholic from the diocese of Groningen-Leeuwarden. I write about the Catholic Church in the Netherlands. I not only enjoy bringing selected developments to the attention of readers, but I also think that it is sometimes important to allow a wider audience to read about the state of the Church in the Netherlands. That's why a fair number of posts about that topic will be translations of Dutch articles, episcopal writings and whatever else.

One thought on “Dutch in Rome – the Church of the Frisians”

  1. Hi,
    I am Polish and do not speak any Dutch. But I went to the Dutch catholic church in Rome yesterday, and attended a mass in Dutch. It was quite an experience, very positive, and very nice people, whole families. I prayed for your country and for the people of the Netherlands during this mass. And now I found your blog. Nice work.

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