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Brotherhood of Jesus

At the historical site of Latrun which saw much bloodshed throughout the centuries, a small branch of the Brotherhood of Jesus from Gnadenthal, Germany provide a small guesthouse emphasizing reflection, prayer, study and reconciliation.
[Nearby is the Trappist Monastery of Latrun (see photo below) and the Community of the Beatitudes which also provide opportunity for prayer and reflection.]

View of dining hall and brothers' house converted from remains of Crusader fortress

view of the chapel converted from remains of  Crusader fortress
             Jens and Margarit (in photo above) enjoy dinner with family and guests

Br. Stefan with Probst Ronecker from the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer in Jerusalem

Brother Sigfried at the door of the Brother's House
evening prayers in chapel
See also | Latrun | Emmaus | Abu Ghosh
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(c) 2001 Don Schwager