With museums shuttered, Paris churches are 'well worth a mass'

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With museums shuttered, Paris churches are 'well worth a mass'

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As France has continued to deal with lockdowns, one bright spot for the French people is that most of the churches remain open. These churches are serving, for many, as a source of art and culture as museums and theaters have remained closed. Despite the fact that many of the Catholic churches in France are missing some of their most historic items, the interest in the art and architecture of the cathedrals has been renewed during the pandemic.

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France 24

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This item was submitted on April 3, 2021 by Brandon K. Presley using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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