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We called at Lisieux on our way back to Calaais.
Magnificent cathedral from the outside. And inside was fabulous too.
The photographic exhibition on the life of St Therese, in English as well as French, filled both sides of the building. Very interesting and compelling....More
I was lucky to see the Cathedral, to sit quietly and hear first the bells chiming but then the organ playing, practicing for a concert it was just magic. How lucky this city id to have two such glorious buildings.
It's easy to get somewhat blase about all the staggering Gothic churches in Northern France. This certainly isn't one of the great ones but its smaller size gives it a somewhat intimate feel and it has one or rather nice pieces of religious art. Perhaps...More
A remarkable piece of heritage and architecture. I was blown away by its magnitude on the outside and inside for the large amount of stained glass windows, sculptures and paintings . It is very humbling to sit inside an impressive building such as this, religious...More
Not one of the three main Lisieux pilgrimage sites, and not an outstanding Cathedral by French standards (where every big town has a stunning 'Cathedrale'!) but a lovely place to pray, and a place which has the advantage of being between a beautiful garden and...More
hello Maria, unfortunately there is no ebglish mass celebrated at the cathedral. This is a french spoken place for catholic christians. if you wabt an englisg mass, find out at Holy Theresa sanctuary, they may have what you... More
hello Maria, unfortunately there is no ebglish mass celebrated at the cathedral. This is a french spoken place for catholic christians. if you wabt an englisg mass, find out at Holy Theresa sanctuary, they may have what you need!