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9 Items you’ll find in a French Catholic home


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Cerith Gardiner - published on 03/09/21

These centuries-old traditions are held dear by many French faithful.

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Catholics around the world are united, but different cultures have traditions that set them apart.

In France, a country whose Catholic faith runs deep through the ages, there are many beautiful customs that traditional faith-filled families hold dear. Religious objects are given pride of place and places for prayer are important.

So if you’d like to bring a little Gallic Catholic charm to your own home, click on the slideshow for some lovely ideas:


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3 Traditions of French Catholic kids

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