Oberkreuzberg - Pfarrkirche St. Maria Magdalena


1395 wird Khreitzberg im Halser Salbuch mit neun Gütern und zwei Waldlehen genannt. 1472 schlug Herzog Ludwig dem Passauer Bischof Ulrich den Priester Erasmus Schöttel auf den durch den Tod des letzten Besitzers Georg „vakanten Altar der Kapelle S. Mariae Magdalena in Krewtzperg“ vor. Demnach befand sich zu dieser Zeit schon eine Kapelle im Ort. In der Landkarte des Philipp Apian von 1568 ist er als Creitzperg eingetragen. In einem Visitationsprotokoll von 1558 ist vermerkt, dass stets ein feiertäglicher Gottesdienst gehalten werde.

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In seelsorglicher Hinsicht war Oberkreuzberg ursprünglich eine Filiale von Schönberg. 1787 wurde es Expositur und 1894 Pfarrei.

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