OUR LADY OF SORROWS' CHAPEL
"If anyone wants to come after me, take up his cross and follow me"
With love for peace
Violence against God and life not only threatens our peaceful life, but also the Christian civilisation and the existence of Europe.
The aim of the already finished Stations of the Cross in Benczúrfalva and the Our Lady of Sorrows Chapel – under construction – is to preserve our peace and culture.
Protecting our culture and the Christian values is our common task. Just like in the past, today we have to support and protect our Christian values.
Following the teachings of Christ, it is our common task and goal to live in peace and love.
May faith and love guide us and strengthen our hope in eternal life.
Hungary needs to preserve its place in the Christian world, it has to serve peace, justice and Christian values, and this is why we need to pray to God!
The Stations of the Cross also represent the sufferings
of Our Lady of Sorrows – and she suffered for peace
When more and more people set foot on the path of violence, hatred, greed, indifference, to act against life and nature, when the desperate craving for money and power threatened peace, baron Antal Lipthay and his wife made a donation for peace.
In 2002, they chose the stations of the future St. Anthony's Votive Stations of the Cross on their own land. Later they opened this private land to the public so that every person of good will can follow the path of Jesus Christ. Later various private and legal persons supported the construction of St. Anthony's Votive Stations of the Cross.
With the help of the diocese of Vác, the Association of Hungarian Historic Families, families from Hungary and abroad, the Stations of the Cross were finished in 2015, which was then blessed in 2016.
In 2017, the construction of a chapel for Our Lady of Sorrows was started. On March 25, the Solemnity of the Annunciation of the Lord, the foundation stone of the chapel was laid by the bishop of Vác. On June 11, the Franciscan Lukács Loránt P. Portik said the first mass on the foundations of the chapel.