Cana

Cana, Nazareth

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dleng
Norton, KS110 contributions
Feb 2022
Beautiful Church of Cana is tucked away in the streets of of Nazareth. Is the site of the wedding feast where Jesus first miracle of changing water into wine at the request of his mother Mary.changeing
Written 3 April 2022
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Fauzi Azar Nazareth
10 contributions
Jul 2021
just lovely! Somehow it's always considered an "on the way" site, never The Destination, but really inviting and worth every step u make towards it.
Written 23 July 2021
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BillPNo1
Friendswood, TX690 contributions
Jul 2019
The Church at Cana located at the traditional accepted site of The Wedding at Cana is a spot that all Pilgrim's to the Holy Land should visit. Built over the remains and ruins of an ancient church, this church highlights the location and occurrence of Jesus Christ's first miracle of changing water into wine at the Wedding Feast of Cana. As such, it ias a spot not to miss on your tour of the Holy Land.
My Wife and I have been fortunate to visit Cana last summer and on a previous trip five or six years ago. Both trips, we were very lucky to be able to renew our Marriage Vows in the Church of Cana (and receive a signed, personalized Certificate of the Renewal of Vows from the resident Nuns at the Church!
We were very glad to visit Cana and know you will be too!
Written 30 April 2020
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ChrisJS51
Sevenoaks, UK502 contributions
Dec 2019
The site of Jesus' first miraclem and as usual there is a huge church on the site of where it is supposed to have happened. Perhaps after being in the Holy Land for a few days and seeing so many sites like this, one needs to forget about how authentic it is and just remember what happend here - or somewhere near here - two millennia ago.
Written 29 March 2020
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Nekudat Chen Haifa
Haifa, Israel3 contributions
Dec 2019
Near the churches in the Kafar Cana there is an amazing souvenirs store
Yvonne Souvenirs.
Many olive wood items Galilee anointing oil holy water and crosses
Prices are far much better then in Jerusalem
Written 6 March 2020
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Steve D
Chesterton, IN343 contributions
Mar 2020 • Couples
This was a stop we chose to drive by. We were on the end of our trip and had seen dozens of churches and there was not anything else to see but the church site. You can drive by and get the photo. Been there, done that,got the post card.
Written 5 March 2020
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Jim H
Huntley, IL219 contributions
Feb 2020 • Couples
Priest in our tour renewed marriage vows of all the Married people in our group. The vase was not imagined.
Written 24 February 2020
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Tracy F
603 contributions
Feb 2020 • Couples
This city is excellent. It's the location where Jesus performed his first miracle. You have a unique opportunity to recommit yourselves as couple in the church of Cana. It's a must do.
Written 21 February 2020
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Hank H
Virginia440 contributions
Jan 2020
Came here with a group of 30 fellow pilgrims, and was grateful to spend time in the place of one of my favorite parables. I found the church very attractive and not busy at all. In fact, we had Holy Mass in the late afternoon and were the only pilgrims in the church at the time - a serene experience. Afterwards, the couples among us renewed our wedding vows and received a historical-looking document attesting to it.

TIP: Contrary to the advice of others reviewing this site, I would consider it a must-see for married, biblically-inclined tourists.
Written 2 February 2020
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EastmeetsWestAB
London, UK1 366 contributions
Jan 2020 • Friends
As part of the tour, it's good to come and see the place. The church building is nice. Inside us pretty modern. As the guide say, a lot of people did come here to get re-married. Hence the wedding church. More interesting is to look at the versus outside the church.

Nothing to wow about.

The town itself is just another town. Pomengrate juice is fab. Do buy the cana wine here. It's reasonably priced. You can taste before u buy.
Written 24 January 2020
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