Salzburg

Catholic Church Strobl - Salzburg

Strobl Salzburg

St. Sigismund Catholic Church

Originally, Strobl belonged to the Parish of Thalgau.

In March 1757, two farmers asked the Prince-Archbishop of Salzburg if the people could have a church of their own.
Prince-Archbishop Sigismund, Earl of Schrattenbach gave his consent in 1758 and on 3rd May, 1761, the church was dedicated to St. Sigismund.
In 1857, Strobl became a fully independent parish in its own right.

Services: Tuesday and Friday at 6.45 am (school holidays 7am), Monday and Saturday 7pm, Thursday 7.30am, Sunday 8.30am and 10 am
from September Tuesday and Friday at 6.45am, Monday and Saturday 7pm,  Sunday 9am and 7 pm
from November Tuesday and Friday at 6.45am, Monday and Saturday 7pm,  Sunday 9am and 6 pm


Pater Joachim O.Praem
Bürglstraße 19
5350 Strobl, Austria


Tel.: +43 (6137) 7313

E-Mail: pfarre.strobl@pfarre.kirchen.net

Opening Hours:

services: Sun and bank holidays 08.30 am and 10 am
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  • German