St. Mariä Empfängnis Minorite Church

Local nameMinoritenkirche
LocationCologne, Germany

The Minoritenkirche or Church of the Immaculate Conception is a Roman Catholic church on the Kolpingplatz in Cologne. Built in the 13th century, it is now used by the Franciscan and the Kolpingwerk social association.

It is notable for containing the tombs of Duns Scotus and Adolph Kolping, both of whom were beatified by Pope John Paul II - Kolping was also ordained priest in the church. Kolping and Scotus both feature on the new west doors designed by Paul Nagel in 2006.

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Coordinates 50°56'21.731" N 6°57'17.109" E

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