Église St.-Sulpice

Église St.-Sulpice

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Place Saint-Sulpice, Paris, 75006, France

Designed in the 17th century, Église St.-Sulpice is a “monument to the faith of past centuries.” Under the direction of Father Jean-Loup Lacroix, visitors can attend masses, lauds and vespers, eucharist adoration, confession, and rosary. Tours of the church feature the gnomon built in 1743 for astronomy, the Lady Chapel with a statue of Jean-Baptiste Pigalle, the sacristy, wall paintings of Delacroix, and the great organ Cavaille-Coll. The crypt of the church is open to visitors every second Sunday at 3:30 p.m.

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