The Rector Archpriest

3I7A2795_Yannick BOSCHATBorn October 11, 1951, Patrick CHAMBERS is ordained a priest of the diocese of Paris in 1980 by cardinal François MARTY. Professor of french, latin and Greek from 1972 to 1975 and the institution of Holy Cross in Neuilly, or after his ordination, he became chaplain.
He was appointed in September 1984 Director of the Seminary of Saint-Sulpice at Issy-les. Professor of theology, he formed laypeople and religious in the cathedral school of Paris.

He was appointed in 1995 Rector of the Basilica of the sacred heart of Montmartre, load, which he left in September 1999, following his appointment as episcopal Vicar for Catholic teaching. He was also appointed superior of the school Saint-Jean de Passy.

In September 2002, he was appointed pastor of the parish of Saint-Honoré of Eylau. (16th arrondissement).

September 1, 2003, he became vicar general of the Diocese of Paris by cardinal Jean-Marie LUSTIGER.

In October 2008, he became parish priest of the parish of St. Francis Xavier (7th District).

Since 2011, he is Dean of the chapter of the Cathedral Notre Dame de Paris, to the Holy see to Unesco for educational issues expert, Professor at the College of Bernardine.

September 1, 2016, he became rector-Archpriest of the Cathedral Notre Dame de Paris.

January 14, 2017, the Holy Father named him Consultor of the Congregation for divine worship and the discipline of the sacraments.

He is the author of close to 30 theological books. The latest publications are «» Lent «and «» Joy of the forgiven sinner: confession »

His latest book, «» Letter to a young person who is thinking about the priesthood', has been published to the word and Silence editions.

His next lectures will be given in the Cathedral, Sunday at 17 h:

En marche vers le synode 2018 sur les jeunes et le discernement vocationnel

Comment from our father:

Pictures taken at his mass of installation on September 11, 2016 (c) Y. BOSCHAT

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