No Christmas mass at Notre Dame cathedral for first time since 1803

No Christmas mass at Notre Dame cathedral for first time since 1803

Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris will not hold a Christmas Mass for the first time in more than 200 years, as repair work continues following April’s fire. Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve will take place at the nearby church of Saint-Germain l’Auxerrois. The 850-year-old cathedral lost its spire and roof during the blaze. President Emmanuel Macron has set a five-year goal for its reconstruction.

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Or you could just do an outside mass for the public and also succeed it with some verses about hope and rebuilding and human life being more valuable than the material good, etc. without having to break such a long-lived tradition? Just a thought.

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