Workers hoping to restore the Notre Dame Cathedral to its former glory in France after the fire it suffered in 2019, have stumbled upon some interesting archeological finds. The objects have been described as being “of remarkable scientific quality” by the French culture ministry. These include a “well preserved” body,
The Martyrs of Compiègne describes the 16 Carmelites (all of them from the Carmel of Compiègne) consisting of 11 discalced nuns, 3 lay sisters, and 2 tertiaries/externs who were executed in Compiègne (today referred to as Place de la Nation, Paris, France) by the guillotine on 17th July in 1794.
Brittany boasts a prehistoric landscape full of some of the most astonishing Megalithic monuments in the world. From standing stones, beautiful carvings, to chambered tombs, these mysterious monuments have baffled historians for centuries. One of such monuments that stand out in Carnac is the Ti Goriquet or the House of
The town of Chartres, around 50 miles (80km) south-west of Paris, is well known as the place of one of France’s most beautiful cathedrals. It’s structural beauty along with its medieval stained glass has proven popular with tourists, but its also become a site of pilgrimage for Christians. The cathedral
If ancient and uninterrupted tradition is to be believed, St. Anne’s body was taken to the province of Gaul (modern-day France and upper Italy) in the same vessel that ferried Mary Magdalene, Marsha, and Lazarus to the same place. As the story goes, friends of Christ were exiled from Palestine