We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
This church is located at 140 rue du Bac. In 1830 the Virgin Mary appeared to Catherine Laboure at this site. It has a beautiful chapel with the corps of St Catherine and a relic of St Vincent. You can purchase a miraculous medal from...More
My walk thru the church and the grounds made me near to tears. I had wanted to see this for so long. Still cannot believe I was able to light candles for my Mum inside this historic location. I fell blessed
As a practising Catholic, a visit to this church is very meaningful. The devotion to the Miraculous Medal is historical and the incorruptible body of St. Catherine Laboure is awesome! Not a part of most tours, but is surely worth the trip for our family.
Chapelle Notre Dame de la Medaille Miraculeuse is located on 140, Rue de Bac, and is accessible from the metro station Sevres-Babylone.
The chapel was constructed in 1813, inside Hotel de Chatillon.
In 1830, Sainte Catherine Laboure had more visions of Christ and Virgin Mary...More
Each time I come to Paris I always try and visit the Shrine of the Miraculous Medal - the once Novitiate house of the Daughters of Charity. Where one of their very own congregation Catherine Laboure went on to answer her vocation to join the...More
This is a must stop for me every time I visit Paris. The place is ideal for meditation and prayer and is extremely well located next to the Bon Marche, the Grande Epicerie and my favorite chocolatier, Foucher
With the Eiffel Tower at its core, the Invalides area of Paris is guaranteed to impress. Golden towers and Baron Haussmann's urban vision meet military precision, stretching avenues, and luscious lawns. The area boasts the Musée D’Orsay, the tomb of Napoleon, the National Parliament and UNESCO, as well as luxurious, exclusive residences. In fine restaurants and at the weekend markets, families, diplomats, and
politicians brush shoulders with the tourists who come to see this postcard-perfect area for themselves.