Steyrling parish church
The Roman Catholic parish church of Steyrling is located in the village of Steyrling in the municipality of Klaus an der Pyhrnbahn in the Kirchdorf an der Krems district in Upper Austria . It is consecrated to the mystery of faith of the Immaculate Conception and belongs to the Windischgarsten deanery in the Diocese of Linz . The building is a listed building .
In 1854 the foundation stone for the church was laid. It was consecrated in 1863 by Bishop Franz Joseph Rudigier . It was one of the first historicist churches in the Diocese of Linz. At the beginning it was a branch of the parish Klaus , but was raised to an independent parish in 1886.
- Church exterior
The church was built in the early neo-Gothic style.
- Church interior
The colored glass windows come from the artist Lydia Roppolt from the 1970s. The chancel with its simple formal language stands out due to its island-like arrangement of the altar pedestal in the front area of the chancel.
The popular altar is made of smooth, polished pietra dura . The tabernacle on the north choir wall consists of two interpenetrating stone blocks, the opening of which is covered by a glass plate. As a link to history, three figures of Saints Maria , Anna and Joachim from the original main altar by the sculptors Johann and Josef Rint have found a place on the choir wall during the redesign.
- Upper Austria - immovable and archaeological monuments under monument protection. ( Memento of June 8, 2016 in the Internet Archive ) . Federal Monuments Office , as of June 26, 2015 (PDF).
- parish church on the Pyhrn-Priel holiday region website