Praying, gathering

 

 

 

 

The entire Notre-Dame de Paris Cathedral is dedicated to the cult. Some places, spotted on the map below, are arranged more specifically to encourage the contemplation and prayer of pilgrims and visitors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

1. Great Christ in the cross (Nineteenth century): you can gather there, pray, and drop a candle.

2. And 3. Welcome chapels Saint-François-Xavier and Sainte-Geneviève: you can meet every day a priest to dialogue or receive the sacrament of reconciliation. For more information, Click here.

4. Books of life, at the feet of Notre-Dame de Paris, on which you can freely inscribe a prayer intention. These intentions are prayed every night at the end of the last mass.

5. Madonna and child known as Notre-Dame de Paris (14Th century), placed at the entrance of the choir: you can gather there, pray, and lay a candle.

6. Main altar (Twentieth century) where the Office of Vespers, the mass of noon, the last mass of the day and all the Sunday offices are celebrated every day.

7. choir of the Cathedral where the masses are celebrated from 8:00 am to 9:00 am from Monday to Saturday.

8. Apsidional Chapel referred to as our Lady of the seven pains: this chapel contains the Blessed Sacrament. You can especially collect, pray, and drop a candle.

9. Statue of Saint Denis (XVIII century), martyr, first bishop of Paris in the 3rd century: you can gather there, pray, and lay a candle.

10. Virgin carrying the child revered under the term of our Lady of the students (XVIII century): you can gather there, pray, and drop a candle.

11. Chapel of our Lady of Guadalupe (Twentieth century) dedicated to the request of the Mexicans of Paris: you can gather there, pray, drop a candle.

Light a candle at Notre-Dame