The chapel is a simple place of worship which should invite the hiker to rest and rest. At this vantage point you have a beautiful view of the expanse of the Münsterland parkland. The foundation stone was set in March 1987. A chapel in honor of Brother Klaus - the hermit.
March 20, 2018
The memorial site was built in 1987 for the 850th anniversary of the parish of St. Dionysius Havixbeck on the initiative of the now retired pastor A. Wöstmann from donations and donations. Its centerpiece of the simple down-to-earth framework is the cartwheel in the southern gable wall, the important meditation aid in the prayer of Brother Klaus. It clarifies the connection of all things with God, it is the symbol of "life from the middle". Set below is the figure of the upright, straightforward, simple, protective brother Klaus, created by the sculptor Joseph Krautwald (+ January 2003), Nicholas of the Flüe (1417-1487), who was canonized in 1947. He reminds us: "Peace is always in God - for God is peace!".
This chapel is said to be a simple place of worship, which invites the hiker to rest and rest and to open our "view for the vastness of our world with God's good gifts".
April 29, 2019
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