Holy Trinity Catholic Church, litomysl

Subtitle

Guestbook

Post a Comment

Oops!

Oops, you forgot something.

Oops!

The words you entered did not match the given text. Please try again.

Already a member? Sign In

30 Comments

Reply Marilyn Matejcek Smith
5:11 PM on July 17, 2017 
Russell Wencl says...
Greetings from Michigan! My parents, Richard & Betty Wencl, were married at Litomysl church in 1947. I was researching some family history and wanted to check on your church. It is a beautiful picture and I hope to visit your area while I am visiting family in Minnesota during the 1st week of October. My best wishes to all of you.
Reply Barb Gallea
1:36 PM on May 30, 2017 
I can't find your phone number anywhere so I am emailing. I would like to donate some fabrics to your quilt guild. Please call me 952-237-9661. Thank you Barb Gallea
Reply J. Hajek
4:15 AM on September 8, 2015 
Kristin McCallum says...
I just recently discovered that my ancestors from Southern, MN immigrated from Litomysl, Czechoslovakia. I also just learned the origins of the name of my ancestors (which also happens to be my maiden name = Brokl). The Brokl name was based off of "Baroque" style architecture = Broke. There was a church of Baroque style architecture in Litomysl. The original spelling of the name was "Broklova" when in the Czech Republic. I am just curious to know if this church has any other information about the immigrants that moved to your area? If you do, I am very interested in visiting--currently I live over 2 hours North of where you are located in MN. Thank you for taking the time to review this--I already just learned a wealth of information about my ancestors. This is very exciting of me. Kristin

[email protected] (Jaroslav Hajek)
Reply Jaroslav Hajek
4:09 AM on September 8, 2015 
Hi

I was born in Czech Republic. In the town of Litomysl. Just want like to know if there is a story behind the name of your beatiful church. Please take contact with me if you feel like it. I live in Los Angeles today but still have family back in litomysl Czech. God bless
Reply Kristin McCallum
10:32 AM on July 12, 2015 
Kristin McCallum says...
I just recently discovered that my ancestors from Southern, MN immigrated from Litomysl, Czechoslovakia. I also just learned the origins of the name of my ancestors (which also happens to be my maiden name = Brokl). The Brokl name was based off of "Baroque" style architecture = Broke. There was a church of Baroque style architecture in Litomysl. The original spelling of the name was "Broklova" when in the Czech Republic. I am just curious to know if this church has any other information about the ORIGINAL immigrants that moved to your area? If you do, I am very interested in visiting--currently I live over 2 hours North of where you are located in MN. Thank you for taking the time to review this--I already just learned a wealth of information about my ancestors. This is very exciting of me. Kristin
Reply Kristin McCallum
10:30 AM on July 12, 2015 
I just recently discovered that my ancestors from Southern, MN immigrated from Litomysl, Czechoslovakia. I also just learned the origins of the name of my ancestors (which also happens to be my maiden name = Brokl). The Brokl name was based off of "Baroque" style architecture = Broke. There was a church of Baroque style architecture in Litomysl. The original spelling of the name was "Broklova" when in the Czech Republic. I am just curious to know if this church has any other information about the immigrants that moved to your area? If you do, I am very interested in visiting--currently I live over 2 hours North of where you are located in MN. Thank you for taking the time to review this--I already just learned a wealth of information about my ancestors. This is very exciting of me. Kristin
Reply Troy
9:04 PM on January 8, 2015 
Hi Don. I can send you a picture of the church. What is your email address? Thanks.
Reply don wells
8:29 PM on January 8, 2015 
My mother was from Owatonna and left me a large picture of a wood sided church that may be Litomysl before it was rebuilt. Do you have a picture of the old church you could send me? If my picture is of Litomysl, I'll send it to you. Thanks.
Reply Leah (Sticha) Rieckens
2:50 PM on September 8, 2014 
Thank you for keeping this beautiful parish started by my ancestors open. My grandparents, Ruben Spinler (now Fr. Spinler) and the late Margaret Jirele, were married at Holy Trinity in September 1952. It is a blessing for our family to be able to visit this special church.
Reply Petr Sauer
5:18 AM on May 28, 2014 
I am using this modern tool of connection and sending warm regvards to all whom I met when visiting Litomysl in 1992; and ones again few years latter (I am born in Litomysl in the Czech Republic, so it was great event. for me). I particularly would like to with al best to Mary Spinler - I was trying to send a message to her, but I havennot herd from her for some time.
with best
Petr Sauer