Our Lady's Cathedral
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Our Lady’s Cathedral of Antwerp
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Rudi MANNAERTS, The The main church of a diocese, where the bishop’s seat is., Our Lady’s Cathedral of Antwerp, a revelation was published in June 2018 by vzw Maria-Elisabeth Belpaire and Toerismepastoraal Antwerpen, with the support of the Willy Hendrickx foundation.
First published in June 2016 as De kathedraal – De Onze-Lieve-Vrouwekathedraal van Antwerpen, een openbaring
Rudi Mannaerts studied art history at the Catholic University of Leuven and was ordained a In the Roman Catholic Church, the priest is an unmarried man ordained as a priest by the bishop, which gives him the right to administer the six other sacraments: baptism, confirmation, confession, Eucharist, marriage, and the anointing of the sick. for the Antwerp Administrative area headed by a bishop. In Belgium, there are eight dioceses: Bruges, Ghent, Antwerp, Mechelen-Brussels, Hasselt, Tournai, Liège and Namur. in 1989. As the head of the Pastoral Touristic Service in Antwerp he promotes the disclosure of the Antwerp churches.
He is responsible for the training of tourist guides and has published several books on ecclesiastical art. He also teaches religion in a secondary school (Sint-Lievenscollege) and is the According to Canon Law, a vicar is a substitute of a minister. In a diocese, several vicars assist a bishop: priests who look after a certain policy area within the diocese (parishes, liturgy, etc.). of This is a title that the Church bestows on a deceased person who has lived a particularly righteous and faithful life. In the Roman Catholic and Orthodox Church, saints may be venerated (not worshipped). Several saints are also martyrs. Andrew’s parish.
|Translation||Fred Vanderpoorten, Alan Harrison SJ|
|Graphic design||Of the book: Frederik Hulstaert, Antwerp
Of the website: Marc Dehaese
|Photography||For the book: Stefan Dewickere, Edegem, unless state otherwise
For the website: Jan Vanes (JV), Uli Alexander (UA), Wim Strecker (WS) en Marc Dehaese (MD), unless state otherwise
|Printing||Albe De Coker, Hoboken|
|Illustrations||Katrijn Mannaerts (drawings)
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|Our thanks to||Ulrich Alexander, Chris Deen, Patricia Hernaltsteen, Hannes Hulstaert, Ines Maes, Katrijn Mannaerts, Peter Stremes, Jan Vanes, Alfons Van den Wyngaert, Mimi Van der Velden, Churchwardens and staff of Our Lady’s Cathedral Antwerp|
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