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25 February 2024

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marilyn

How fascinating about the bells. How I would love being there to hear them. Your prayers are so special and will ring out loud and clear. I do remember praying at Notre Dame on a Good Friday many years ago.

Jeanne

It is fascinating to read about the bells and I am sure each prayer was heard.
When you pray for someone you wrap the blanket of God around them.
Thanks for all you share with us I love Church bells.
I love the sound of them ringing

Annafromindiana

What a beautiful way to pray. I, too, love the sound of church bells —- often a reminder to me that all shall be well.

Texasfrancophile

So very interesting! Thank you for sharing

Kathy

I love that you prayed at each bell and so love the ringing of church bells. They always make me stop wherever I am. They make me feel present and somehow protected.Thank you for sharing, Corey.💕

Paula

Thank you.

Fat Rabbit

Thank you for these musings. I, for one, hope that you will be able to be present in Paris when Notre Dame reopens. I assume that there will be a reconsecration of the church - what an historic and sacred moment.

Momof5

Lovely post Corey! I loved seeing the bells. In Kings chapel in Boston the original bell cast by Paul Revere still hangs and rings out daily.

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