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Choir

The choir, place of silent and liturgical prayer for the entire community.

The choir seen from the entry:

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The choir, where the sisters leave:

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One of the stalls that Thérèse sat in: the third from the door.
The choir decorated, as for the reception of the habit where the young novice prostrates herself during the chant of Veni Creatur. For Thérèse, Bishop Hugonin inadvertently started to sing the Te Deum. Same thing for the reception of the veil.
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On the left, the grill where communion was received, with the door half open. This is found behind a closed door under the statue of St Joseph in the photo on the right.

The open door to the right of Marie Guérin leads to the inner courtyard. 

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