Maison d’Abraham Jerusalem

Maison d’Abraham Secours Catholique [Visit Guesthouse here] Caritas France The Maison d’Abraham was founded in 1964, in an old Benedictine Monastery by Mgr. Rodhain, President of the Secours Catholique, upon a request by the Pope Paul VI. The house provides simple but comfortable accommodation. From the park of 2 hectars or from the terrasse you…

Mater Misericordiae Jerusalem

Mater Misericordiae Silent Workers of the Cross [Visit Guesthouse Website here] It’s located in Al Shayah on the way to Betfage. It’s an ideal place for all the activities and especially the religious one. Luigi Novarese and Sister Elvira Myriam Psorulla established it since more than 50 years ago. Nowadays sisters are living in silent…

Mount of Beatitudes Tiberias

Mount Of Beatitudes A.N.S.M.I Franciscan Missionary Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Early in this century Senator Schiaparelli, the founder of the association, bought a portion of the mountain known as that of the “Beatitudes”, and. specifically the part overlooking the lake of Tiberias (or sea of Galilee) and in 1907 began to build…

Notre Dame of Jerusalem Center

Notre Dame of Jerusalem Center [Visit Guesthouse here] Holy See – Vatican Legionaries of Christ Originally called Notre Dame de France. The complex was built by French Assumptionist Fathers between 1884 and 1904 to accommodate French Pilgrims. Badly damaged during the war of 1948, it was eventually turned over to the Holy See on March…

Notre Dame Lady Jerusalem

Notre Dame De Sion Religious of our Lady of Sion [Visit Guesthouse here] The convent of Notre Dame de Sion at Ein-Karem was built in 1861 by Alphonse Ratisbonne (called “Father Mary”), the brother of the founder of the order, Theodore Ratisbonne. After the massacre in Lebanon, Alphonse opened an orphanage and a school for…

Notre Dame Arche d’Alliance Abu Gosh

Notre Dame Arche d’Alliance  [Visit Guesthouse Website here] Sister of St. Joseph of the Apparation Notre Dame Arch D’Alliance is the Biblical Site where the Ark of the Covenant dwelt for 20 years or more before being taken to Jerusalem by King David. Today, there is a beautiful church dedicated to Mary, Ark of the…

Oasis San Francesco Tiberias

Oasis San Francesco (ANSMI) Community of the Emmanuel [Visit Website] The Oasis San Francesco guest house was built in 1907 by ANSMI (National Association for Assistance to Italian Missionaries). It was a school for children up to the war, and a Training Center for young African Sisters till the 95th. In 2001 Emmanuel Community opened…

Paulushaus Jerusalem

Paulushaus (Schmidt’s College) [Visit Guesthouse Website here] Archdiocese of Cologne the Paulushaus in Jerusalem, near Damascus Gate, was established in 1908. Because of the political situation it had been used for different purposes, although originally it was built as a pilgrims’ house. There is also a girls’ school attached to it which is called Schmidt’s…

Pilgerhouse Tabgha Tiberias

Pilgerhouse Tabgha [Visit Guesthouse here] Archdiocese of Cologne In 1889, the first building of the pilgrim house was established in Tabgha at the Sea of Galilee. New guest house fashionably furnished with view to the lake and the surrounding mountains are arranged around the old hospice with Foyer Chapel, cafeteria and dining room. The expanded…

Rosary Sisters Guest House Jerusalem

Rosary Sister’s Guest House Congregation of the Rosary Sisters In a city that blends the past and the present, the Rosary’s Guest House is located in the heart of Jerusalem. It is well-known for its unique atmosphere, comfortable facilities and the friendly hospitality it extends to guests from all parts of the world. The Rosary…

St. Charles Convent Jerusalem

St. Charles Convent Sisters of St. Charles Borromeo [Visit Guesthouse here] It was in 1893 when the first Sisters came to the Holy Land and opened an infirmary and a dispensary in the German Colony, Jerusalem. These were the beginnings of St. Charles Convent. Apart from nursing the sick and old people, the Sisters took care…

Saint Charles Guest House Haifa

Saint Charles Guest House [Visit Guesthouse Website here] Latin Patriarchate Rosary Sisters On one of the port area’s major throughfares, this hospice is surprisingly quiet, set back from the street in a large, stone-walled 120-year-old complex of gardens and stone buildings. The hospice is operated by the Sisters of Rosary. You’re welcome to use the…