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The hill of Fourvière dominates the city of Lyon, and has been since antiquity a unique place of prayer for the people of Lyon who call it “the hill that prays”. It is here, site of the martyrdom of Saint...
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The Good Mother who protects the sailors of Marseille
The basilica Notre-Dame de la Garde dominates the city of Marseille. It is dear to the hearts of all the people of Marseille. It is the “Good Mother” who watches over the city. Overlooking the port, it offers a splendid...
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Prayer for Paris and perpetual devotion to the Blessed Sacrament
Montmartre is the hill overlooking Paris, north of the river Seine. The name comes from Saint Denis, the first bishop of Paris. Tradition holds that he and his companions died here giving it its name, that is, of Montmartre, “the mount...
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Apostle of the consecration to Mary
In the heart of the Vendée, 10 kms from Puy du Fou and one hour from Angers, Saint-Laurent-sur-Sèvre owes its renown as a “holy city of the Vendée” to Louis-Marie Grignion de Montfort. Born...
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Martyrdom of Saint Saturnin
Situated in the heart of the city of Toulouse, the basilica Saint-Sernin of Toulouse is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage site because it is a halt on one of the ways to Santiago de Compostela in France. Symbol...
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Medieval town in the heart of Burgundy
Vézelay, a charming medieval town, situated in the heart of Burgundy, is 2 ½ hours from Paris and from Lyon. There are many signs of its medieval past with its historical town center on the side of the hill and its...
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The most famous cathedral in France
The best known cathedral in France is in the historic heart of Paris, on the Ile de la Cité. It can't be missed for your pilgrimage to France. The project to build this splendid cathedral began in 1160. The bishop...
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In the northern suburb of Paris is hidden a jewel of French Christian royalty. This cathedral-basilica holds the tombs of the numerous kings of France and has the name of the patron saint of Paris: Saint Denis. Evangelized in the...
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The Miraculous Medal Chapel
The Chapel of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal is situated on the street: rue du Bac, south of the river Seine in an area of Paris that has many religious communities. After several apparitions of both Saint Vincent de Paul...
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Relics of Saint Genevieve
Situated in one of the most beautiful areas of Paris, right near the Pantheon, is the Church of Saint-Etienne (Saint Stephan) du Mont (mount). Saint Stephan was the first martyr and “the mount” refers to the mount Saint Genevieve on...
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The 21st century mystic
Chateauneuf-de-Galaure is an agricultural village in the Hautes Alpes, 1 hour south of Lyon. Far from the large tourist sites and the beaches, this village continues to draw many pilgrims who come to the farm where Marthe Robin lived...
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Meet Saint Vincent de Paul
The Chapel of Saint Vincent de Paul, constructed to receive the reliquary of the saint, is situated south of the river Seine, in Paris. Saint Vincent de Paul was born in 1581 and kept throughout his life the concern for the...
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Witnesses of the service to the Churches of Asia and the Indian Ocean
The Foreign Missions of Paris is a community of secular missionary priests in Asia situated very near the Chapel of the Miraculous Medal and the celebrated “Bon Marché” department store. Born in the 17th century the Society of Foreign Missions is...
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Devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus
Between Lyon and Bourges, about 4 hours from Paris, the sanctuary of Paray le Monial evokes the Heart of Jesus. In 971, the first stones of the present altar were used by the Benedictine monks of Cluny. In 1671, Marguerite Alacoque...
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Guardians of the treasure of Saint Foy
Conques is a charming village between Toulouse and Clermont-Ferrand. Here is the Abbey of Saint Foy, a stop in France on the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela. The abbey was founded in the 8th century by a hermit. With the...
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Our Lady of Sacred Heart
Situated 250 kms south of Paris, the sanctuary of Issoudun is consecrated to Our Lady of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. The missionary intuition of Father Chevalier is the origin this sanctuary in the 19th century. After being assistant pastor in...
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Royal grace
Cotignac, between Cannes and Marseille, smells of sun, lavender and the Mediterranean. A small village, typical of the Provence region, Cotignac is marked by the apparitions of the Virgin Mary and the Child Jesus as well as by that of Saint...
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Deliverance of souls from purgatory
Administered by the community of Saint Martin since 2001, the sanctuary of Our Lady of Montligeon in France, situated 160 kms from Paris is the sanctuary of prayer for the dead. Pilgrims have been coming here for over a century from...
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For happiness in families
Ile Bouchard, less than one hour from Tours and 2 ½ hours from Paris, is a recent shrine of France, where the Virgin appeared, apparitions recognized by the Church. In 1947, Jacqueline Aubry, 12 years old, Jeanne her sister, 7 years old...
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Nearer to Heaven, to Mary and turned towards Saint James the Major
Puy-en-Velay, 1 ½ hours south-west of Lyon, is a reputed place of Catholic pilgrimage since the Middle Ages. The Cathedral of Le Puy-en-Velay, consecrated to Mary, is a starting point on the way to Santiago de Compostela...
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God will answer your prayer very soon
Pontmain is in the Mayenne, an hour from Rennes, at the border of Normandy and Brittany. This little village is host to a large basilica built after the apparition of the Virgin Mary which was recognized by the Church in 1872...
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Hope as solid as the rock
Halfway between Limoges and Toulouse, Rocamadour is an exceptional medieval town that has not lost any of its charm. Built on the side of the valley wall, the chateau, the sanctuary and the village form the three levels of the town...
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La Salette, an invitation to the joy of a world reconciled with God
Situated at an elevation of 1800 meters in the Hautes-Alpes south of Grenoble, the sanctuary of la Salette is the most visited one after Lourdes. All began on September 19, 1846 when the Virgin Mary appeared to two children. Maximin...
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Sanctuary of Mercy
Midway between Grenoble and Nice, in the mountains, the sanctuary of Laus-Gap is dedicated to Our Lady ever since the apparitions of the Virgin to Benoîte Rencurel. Born in 1647 she saw the Virgin for the first time when...
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Courage, trust and calm
iPellevoisin is a small town between Chateauroux and Tours in the diocese of Bourges, about 3 hours from Paris. The Virgin Mary appeared to Estelle Faguette 15 times between February and December 1876 after she wrote her a letter asking for...
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Apparitions of Saint Anne
Auray is a town in southern Brittany known for its traditional fishing port and the marvelous beauty of the Morbihan Gulf. But it is mostly known for its sanctuary dedicated to Saint Anne, mother of the Virgin Mary whose apparitions have...
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“I will not live one instant that I do not spend in loving.”
Nevers is a town half way between Lyon and Paris. After the apparitions in Lourdes, Bernadette wished to join the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity, the Mother House being in Nevers (about 600 kilometers from her home town). She entered...
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“I will spend my Heaven doing good things on Earth.”
Lisieux, a town in Normandy 2 hours from Paris that is world renown thanks to Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, doctor of the Church. It is one of the best known pilgrimage places in France. Saint Therese of the Child...
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Patron saint of all priests
Ars is a village situated 1 hour from Lyon and transformed by the presence of Father Jean-Marie Vianney, commonly known as the Saint Curé of Ars. From the time of his arrival he had a lot to do! Poverty, alcoholism...
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Apparition of the Archangel Saint Michel
The Mont Saint Michel is a charming village with stone houses and narrow streets, built on a rock off the coast of Normandy and is surrounded by one of the world’s largest bays. The village and the bay are listed...
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Daughter of light
The Mont Sainte-Odile is a major pilgrimage site in Alsace. Situated one hour from Strasbourg, the mount rises to 764 meters above sea level. The monastery created by Saint Odile in the Middle Ages dominates the mount and overlooks the...
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Rock of Mercy, since Marie-Magdalene
In the heart of Provence, between Aix-en-Provence and Toulon, 50 kms from Marseille, is the sanctuary of the Sainte-Baume, is one of the most ancient sanctuaries of France. As of the first centuries, Christians, penitents, saints, kings and...
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With the parents of Saint Therese of Lisieux, Zélie and Louis Martin
Alençon, a small town in Normandy, 2 hours west of Paris and the Mont Saint Michel, is where Saint Therese grew up, from her small childhood to when the family moved to Lisieux. This sanctuary is a return to this...
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Spiritual healing, physical healing
Lourdes, doorway to the Pyrenees mountains, has gone from a little country village to the second most visited town in France after Paris. The story begins with a young girl, Bernadette, who was born in 1844. In spite of a very...