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So far, American citizens are the ones paying for Notre Dame’s restoration

The billionaire donors who pledged their support are waiting for legal contracts and reconstruction plans to be finalized, say Cathedral officials.

Notre Dame to hold first Mass since fire

The Mass, which will be celebrated in a side chapel that was spared by the fire, will be broadcast on live television.

French Senate votes to rebuild Notre Dame exactly as it was

The legislation would eliminate the possibility of President Macron’s proposal for “an inventive reconstruction of the cathedral.”

Possible terrorist attack in France leaves 8 wounded

President Emmanuel Macron calls parcel bomb an "attack.”

After the fire: A first look inside Notre Dame Cathedral

A new ABC News video shows what was saved and was lost.

Notre Dame rebuild may refer to video game for architectural accuracy

'Assassin's Creed: Unity' contains a near perfect interactive replica of Notre Dame.

Drone footage shows temporary roof over Notre Dame

A white tarp covers the gaping hole left by the fire of two weeks ago.

A traveler’s guide to the “other Notre Dames” of France

The Gothic style of one of the most beloved churches in the world is echoed in cathedrals outside Paris.  

The National Shrine in Washington, D.C. to host benefit concert for Notre Dame

The concert will feature Johann Vexo, the organist at Notre Dame, and will be broadcast on EWTN on Friday.

Want to donate to the Notre Dame reconstruction effort? Here’s how

The Catholic communities of the world are coming together to restore this important cathedral.

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