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Mary: The Annunciation at Chartres Cathedral

Images of Mary abound in the cathedral at Chartres, France.  Representations of the Annunciation from the twelfth to the twentieth centuries are present, each with its own expression of the biblical account of the angel Gabriel’s announcement to Mary (See Luke 1:26-38 below). 373 more words

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A Room With A View: Chartres

During four days on retreat at the Centre Oecumenique et Artistique de Chartres I prayed at my desk below a window looking out to the cathedral. 147 more words

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Paris trip 2014: Day 2

After a long and tiring previous day, we had to get up extra early in order to catch our morning train to Chartres. Located outside of Paris, our journey consisted of traveling on a double-decker train! 665 more words

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Bye York, hello Paris!

So today I am off to Paris with my current module – The Virgin’s Places: Chartres, Siena and Castile. During our week away we will spend the day visiting Chartres Cathedral, which I was lucky to go to the last time I was in Paris with Autumn’s module, Death and Devotion. 120 more words

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