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Sacred Vessels

 

Sacred Vessels contemporaneous with Thérèse 

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The chalice of Fr. Denis, young priest at the time of Thérèse’s death, who had just celebrated his first Mass in Carmel on Sunday, September 19th, 1897. See the Yellow Notebook of September (Last Conversations) for the date.

Thérèse was too ill to attend, but they brought her his chalice in which she gazed upon herself with pleasure. It was later a gift to Carmel.

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 Details of the base, at left.

 Details of the cup above.

 Under the cup, upper right.

 Paten, lower right.
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 Ciborium that Thérèse is photographed with in photos number 39 and 40. 

 There is a little cover inside, seen open and closed above. 

 The top of the cover, upper right. 

 The paten, lower right.  

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 Chalice of Fr. Youf with enamel on a blue background.

 It appears in photo number 40, covered with a cloth.

 Opposite right, the hands of Thérèse with the ciborium and chalice, in a detail from the painting by Marie of the Holy Spirit: Thérèse sacristan.

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 Mass kit (chalice, paten and cruets).
 
 Details of the chalice above.

 The cruets were used by Marie of the Eucharist in photos n° 39 et n° 40.

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Chapelle appartenant à Mgr Hugonin.

 

 Mass kit belonging to Bishop Hugonin.

 Above, details of the chalice cup.

 On the right, cruets and little bell for the elevation.

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 Very old “Mass kit” of the Carmel, in a very elongated style.

 

 Opposite right, paten and cruets.

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