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Ed Peters on the suicide at Notre-Dame de Paris

Over at the blog of the gentlemanly though trouble-making canonist Ed Peters (aka The Canonical Defender) there is a post about the ramifications of the suicide at Notre-Dame in Paris.
 Suicide—whatever mental/emotional problems induce some to commit it and which might … Continue reading

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PARIS: Notre Dame gets new bells for her 850th birthday – video

We Catholics love our bells.  Bells are, traditionally, not just blessed but “baptized”.  They are given names as well.
From The History Blog:
Notre Dame gets new bells for her 850th birthday
Notre Dame de Paris, the Gothic cathedral that is one of … Continue reading

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Notre-Dame de Paris to change its bells!

From The Guardian:
 
Ding dang … Notre Dame moves to scrap out-of-tune bells
Paris cathedral’s move to replace its old bells with new ones for its 850th anniversary fails to chime with heritage lobby
Their names sound pretty enough – Angélique-Françoise, Antoinette-Charlotte, Hyacinthe-Jeanne … Continue reading

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