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St. Svorad and Benedict church - Hvozdnica HDR

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Kostol sv. Svorada a Benedikta, postavený v modernom štýle, je dominantou obce Hvozdnica. Spolu s areálom cintorína a domu smútku vytvára jeden ucelený komplex, ktorý je obklopený peknou prírodou a sčasti zástavbami rodinných domov. Tento architektonický skvost je zhmotnenou túžbou viacerých generácií.
Kostol bol slávnostne posvätený 16.7.1994 otcom kardinálom J.Ch.Korcom.
Predtým ako bol postavený a vysvätený kostol sv. Svorada a Benedikta sa Bohoslužby konali v Kaplnke pod Hájom, alebo Hvozdničania chodili do kostola v Štiavníku. Hvozdnickí veriaci aj v súčastnosti patria do farnosti Štiavník, kde sa nachádza aj farský úrad.

zdroj: http://www.hvozdnica.sk/sk/kostol.html

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