The Curés bed and where he died on August 4th 1859
The Chapel where St. John Marie Vianney’s heart is ‘buried’ and where we prayed for all the priests of our diocese.
The chasse containing The Curé d’Ars’ incorrupt body.
Fr. Jock at the end of our Mass at the altar in front of St. John Marie Vianney’s chasse.
A painting by Paul Borel (1823 – 1913) showing the Curé d’Ars blessing a child – in the side chapel containing the chasse of St. John Marie Vianney
The monument erected to mark the spot where the Curé asked a young boy to show him the way to Ars; He said ‘if you show me the way to Ars I will show you the way to heaven’. The boy (now a man) died four days after the Curé. So the Curé fulfilled his promise.