Information for visitors
How to get here?
The Holy Family Chapel in Verd can be easily located on Google Maps, and it is conveniently accessible by car with turn-by-turn navigation. However, it’s important to note that the chapel is situated behind an automatic ramp that may occasionally be closed by the property owner, even during Mass times. In case you arrive for Mass and find the gate closed, please contact us at +386 41 715 922, and we will assist you in opening the gate. After passing through the gate, proceed straight ahead to the designated parking lot, where you can park for the duration of your visit to the chapel.
To access the chapel, enter the building through the main door and ascend the stairs to the top floor. Continue straight down the corridor until you reach the end, where you’ll make a left turn followed immediately by a right turn. There, you will find the entrance to the chapel. If you have any trouble with finding the entrance to the chapel, feel free to ask the any of the faithful to help you.
The Sunday High Mass begins at 9:00 AM and lasts for approximately 2 hours, and the Sunday afternoon Low Mass starts at 4:00 PM and usually lasts around 1 hour. Weekday masses, for example the Masses on first Fridays and first Saturdays, also tend to have a duration of about 1 hour, although the length may vary if there are additional devotions following the Mass. Note: occasionally Mass may start approximately 15 minutes later than the scheduled time due to a queue for Confessions.
Confessions usually start around 45 minutes before each Mass, and end 10 minutes before Mass starts. Note: if you do not make it to confession before Mass, you can always go into the sacristy after Mass for Confession.
Appropriate attire is required when entering the sacred space as a gesture of respect towards God and those in attendance. For men, it is recommended to refrain from wearing head coverings, while opting for long sleeves and trousers. Similarly, women are encouraged to choose clothing that is modest, with long sleeves and without revealing attire. Ideally, women should wear skirts that extend beyond the knees. Additionally, it is customary for women to cover their heads with a veil, scarf, or hat. The chapel provides a variety of veils that women and girls can borrow for Mass.
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