Saturday, May 23, 2015

Photo Essays from Italy by Charles Woodhouse

Looking South from eremo di San Domenico
with Monte Godi in distance
Photo Essay:  Eremo di San Domenico, Scanno, Abruzzo. Read.

Sant’Egidio – Eremo – Scanno (Aquila)
Photo Essay: Sant’Egidio – Eremo – Scanno (Aquila). Read.

Professoressa Barbara with her pilgrim’s staff
arriving at the Eremo
Photo Essay: Eremo di Sant’Onofrio Serramonacesca (Majella) Abruzzo. Read.

Village of Scanno looking towards
Lago di Scanno 5 km away in valley
Photo Essay: Scanno (Abruzzo) Italy ‐ Village of 1,500 people in the Abruzzo National Park (Central Italy). Read.

With fellow pilgrims for the Santa Messa
with Bishop Spina in the lovely summer sunset
Photo Essay: Eremo di Sant'Onofrio al Morrone. Read.

First in the series: Eremo di San Bartolomeo in Legio. Read.


Photo credit:  All photos and text by Charles Woodhouse.  Thank you Charles!


  1. Thanks for sharing! Loved it!

  2. Thanks Jackie for your comment. I have told many people about your book on Florida Grottos. And next year is the 100th anniversary of the Saint Leo Abbey Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto - completed in 1916. It will be nice to have a focus on its long history.

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