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French Side Chapels

January 15th, 2015, Promulgated by Bernie
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4 Responses to “French Side Chapels”

  1. avatar christian says:

    Bernie-those are beautiful side altars. I take it that photos were taken in Europe as opposed to the United States. Are these side altars all taken from Cathedrals in France?

  2. avatar Bernie says:

    Hi Christian: All from France, mostly west of Paris. A couple in Bayeux. Others, I have forgotten. I’m a terrible record keeper.

  3. avatar christian says:

    They are all extremely beautiful and inspirational! Thanks for sharing!

  4. avatar Bernie says:

    Thank you.
    The side altars in Europe and South America are used daily by individuals. Residents, not tourists, come all day long and make visits to side altars, saying prayers, leaving flowers… some for just a few seconds and others for far longer. Oftentimes hordes of gawking tourists, in the culturally significant churches, are noisily wandering around them and yet they are totally absorbed in prayer.

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