This summer we spent time with some good friends visiting Kelheim, Germany. We went specifically to go on a boat cruise to see the carved rocks of the "Weltenburg Narrows" of the Danube river. And it did not disappoint! One of the most famous points of Weltenburg is the Abbey established in 617. Weltenburg Abbey was founded by the Hiberno-Scottish monks Eustasius and Agilus of Luxeuil following the rules of St. Columba. In 1803 the Abbey is dissolved during secularization. And in 1913, Weltenburg becomes an abbey again. Main functions of the Abbey are the parish pastoral care (of four Continue Reading...This post may contain affiliate links. See my full disclosure policy.