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Notre Dame to celebrate first Mass since fire

Deutsche Welle Saturday, 15 June 2019
The Mass comes as pledges from billionaires to fund restoration of the cathedral have failed to materialize. Instead, it's mainly been small donations filling the church's coffers.
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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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