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Regina Mundi Church

The lancet church was founded in 1860 by Bishop János Ranolder at the same time as the convent of the Congregation of Jesus. The reason the bishop founded this congregation was to establish a strong institutional base for the education of women in the city. More Shorter

The designs by József (Scharnbeck) Szentirmay are similar to those of the votive church in Vienna, also in neogothic style. The meaning of Regina Mundi is ”The Queen of the World”. In the wall recesses you can see statues of the apostles. The main altar statue illustrates the Immaculate by an unknown Italian artist. The glass windows of the main altar originally portrayed Hungarian saints, but unfortunately all those were destroyed in World War II. Later with the help of generous subscribers new glass windows were commissioned. In the sanctuary the glass windows show the Holy Trinity. The oratory windows illustrate the holy Family and in the side chapel are depicted St Joseph and St Elisabeth.

One of the best coirs of the city, the Schola Regina supply the music at the masses.

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Address: 8200 Veszprém, Iskola u. 5.
Phone number: +36 88 327 609

Masses in the summer (from spring until 30th September): Mo.:7:00, Tue.: 7:00, We.: 7:00, 18:00, Thu.: 7:00, Fri.: 7:00, Sat.: 18:00, Sun.: 9:00, 11:00, 18:00

Masses in the winter (from 1st October until spring): Mo.: 7:00, 18:30, Tue.: 7:00, We.: 7:00, 18:00, Thu.: 7:00, Fri.: 7:00, 18:00, Sat.: 17:00, Sun.: 9:00, 11:00, 18:00