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Small donors, not French tycoons, help pay Notre Dame works

Deseret News Friday, 14 June 2019
The billionaire French donors who publicly proclaimed they would give hundreds of millions to rebuild Notre Dame have not yet...
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According to a report by CNN, on Saturday evening, a small mass will be celebrated at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, the first since a fire destroyed the structure's spire, parts of the roof and vault in April. The Archdiocese of Paris reportedly said that access to the event will be extremely...

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