Begijnhof Chapel (Amsterdam)

Begijnhof Chapel (Amsterdam)

The Begijnhof Chapel, dedicated to Saint John and Saint Ursula, is a Roman Catholic chapel run by the Congregation of the Blessed Sacrament, in the St Nicholas Parish of Amsterdam. It is located in a former schuilkerk in the Begijnhof across from its original location, the English Reformed Church, Amsterdam. The Miracle of Amsterdam is commemorated yearly with a procession starting from this church.

Read more about Begijnhof Chapel (Amsterdam):  History, The Church of The Beguines, The Alteration, The Hidden Church

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... The first steps in the construction of the present chapelwere taken as early as 1665, after joining two of the hofje houses bought for that purpose at the initiative of parish priest Van der Mije (1665–1 ... The Protestant council members of the city of Amsterdamapproved the building plans on condition that the building did not look like a church from the ... The interior chapelwas designed by the Catholic architect in Amsterdam Philips Vingboons (1607–78), and was dedicated to St John the Evangelist and ...

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