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Notre-Dame to celebrate first Mass since April fire

Seattle Times Saturday, 15 June 2019
PARIS (AP) — The Notre Dame cathedral is holding its first Mass since the April fire that ravaged the edifice’s roof and caused its masterpiece spire to collapse. Saturday’s mass at the Gothic building will be celebrated by Paris archbishop Michel Aupetit amid reduced attendance. For security reasons, only about 30 people — mainly priests, […]
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Notre Dame Cathedral has hosted its first mass since a devastating blaze.exactly two months ago. For safety reasons, the mass was celebrated on a very small scale.

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