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Paris - The City of Light

Those who have worn it with faith have received numerous graces of conversion, protection and healing.

Saint Catherine died at the age of 76 and now lies under the very same spot Our Lady appeared to her, incorrupt.

On 27 Nov 1830, the Immaculate Virgin appeared to Catherine Laboure, Daughter of Charity, and entrusted to her the mission of having a medal struck.

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The Chapel of Miraculous Medal - Rue du Bac

The Rue Du Back is a small chapel right in the heart of Paris.

Catherine was born in Fain-les-Moutiers, France on 2nd May, 1806, and in the year 1830 Catherine became a seminary sister with the Sisters of Charity in Paris.

It was here on Saturday November 27 1830, the Immaculate Virgin appeared to Catherine Laboure, Daughter of Charity, and entrusted to her the mission of having a medal struck.

“Have a medal struck according to this model; those who wear it with faith will receive graces”, The Virgin told her

Those who have worn it with faith have received numerous graces of
conversion, protection and healing.

Saint Catherine died at the age of 76 and now her incorrupt body lies under the alter of the Virgin Most Powerful.

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The Eiffel Tower - Paris
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The Chapel of Miraculous Medal

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The Chaple of St Gildard

On our 6 day pilgrimage, we leave Lourdes to follow in the footsteps of Saint Bernadette.

In June 1866, when Bernadette was age 17, she left Lourdes forever to go and join the Convent of St Gildard in Nevers, taking her perpetual vows in 1878.

She died in 1879 at the age of 36 after long and painful sufferings which bore her
willingly, even with joy. 

Staying at this very same convent, you can enjoy the wonderful peaceful atmosphere as you visit the old infirmary where she died, the chapel where she is enshrined, and the gardens where she used to work and pray.

She was beatified by Pope Pius XI in 1925, canonized by him in 1933.

We will have Mass at the Chapel  and also venerate the incorrupt body of St Bernadette which is at the high alter.

After this deeply moving spiritual experience, we bid adieu to Bernadette and head south to the eternal city of light, Paris.

The Story of Bernadette click here >