Start of construction of the first Schoenstatt Shrine in Hungary
The blessing is scheduled for April 2, 2005 - The first Hungarian Schoenstatt Shrine is built near Lake Balaton
HUNGARY, mkf. These days, the groundbreaking for the first Schoenstatt Shrine in Hungary will take place.
The first Hungarian Schoenstatt Shrine will soon be built in Obudavar, near Lake Balaton, the small village where, after returning from Austria, the first Hungarian Schoenstatt family, Robert and Rita Godany, moved in.
They have a mission for Hungary. During a visit to Milwaukee, Father Kentenich spoke to Robert Godany about how Schoenstatt could and should grow in new countries - inculturation, responsibility of the native people -, and that he should always be lead by the idea - My home, my country should become Schoenstatt. Then, he did not understand what these words of the Founder would imply. Only later he understood that he had spoken about his mission for Hungary, that he knew they should be instruments to bring Schoenstatt to Hungary.
Corner stone laying on July 3, 2004
The corner stone laying will be on July 3, 2004; the dedication is scheduled for April 2, 2004, Saturday after Easter.
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