Welcome to Saint Mary’s Church, Harborne, Birmingham, UK.

Order of St. Augustine.

Archdiocese of Birmingham

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“Before all else, live together in harmony, being of one mind and one heart on the way to God.”  St. Augustine.

Pilgrimage to San Gimignano, 10th to 17th October 2022.

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Pilgrimage to San Gimignano, Italy: Please note, new dates 12-19 October 2022. Cost €680, plus flights and cost of bus to and from East Midlands Airport. Meeting of all who are coming on the Pilgrimage - 7.00pm on 23 August in the Orangery at the Priory. Please confirm, in light of this information, to Fr Bernard (bernardrolls@yahoo.co.uk) or Fr Ian (ianwilson603@gmail.com).

Below are two videos about San Gimignano and a link to a page on this web site when we visited San Gimignano in 2012 and 2013. Hoping all this will whet your appetite!


Grazie.

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SAN GIMIGNANO (Tuscany), Italy, walking tour in 4k - with captions.

10 things to do in SAN GIMIGNANO Italy.

San Gimignano is a small walled medieval hill town on the ridge of a hill in the Province of Sienna, Tuscany, in north-central Italy. It is encircled by three walls and it has as its highest point, to the west, the ruins of a fortress dismantled in the 16th century. There are eight entrances into the town, set into the second wall, which dates from the 12th and 13th centuries. Today San Gimignano is on the tourist route and many Tours of Italy include an afternoon in San Gimignano to savour its cosy restaurants, shops and ice-cream parlours, not to mention the spectacular views from the famous “Panorama Walk”! It is also nicknamed “The Town of the Towers.”


We shall be staying in the 13th Monastery of Sant’ Agostino - the  second largest church in San Gimignano (owned by the Order of St. Augustine) where you will find frescos and paintings by famous artists. Behind the church and the Monastery there is a garden, and a terrace built into the old walls of the town. From the Terrace there are spectacular views of Tuscany, olive groves, the town’s roof tops, and vineyards.

Click HERE to visit our web page about our visit in 2012 and 2013.http://www.saintmarysharborne.org.uk/sangimignano.html

Look out for the Monastery and Church of Sant’ Agustino. where we shall be staying,

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(No. 4: Church of Sant’ Agustino.)