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Masses are at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, 9:00 a.m,1130, and 6:30 p.m., On Sundays. The church is absolutely beautiful. Lots of history. The services were held in the very back of the church behind the main altar. It is located between the opera house and Louvre.
This dark exterior hides an amazing interior! You will be delighted and astonished by the detail and the view toward the altar, which goes on and on; you can see all the way to a rear chapel of the crucifiction. The history of this old...More
My traveling companion never met a church she did not like, so we wandered into this one just doors from our hotel. It was a delight to know that St. Roch is the patron saint of dogs and dog lovers as I fall into the...More
The exterior of Saint-Roch church is not extremely promising but don't let this fool you, The interior is splendid, with beautiful stained glass and decorations. It is also quiet, without the hoards of tourists you can find in other churches.
The title says it all. A very (very) plain building from the outside, but inside - oh wow!! It is beautiful. This is a must visit. Not crowded at all, people probably look at the outside and keep walking - their loss, don't let it...More
I found this church by accident walking the streets of Paris. What a gem! The outside was not so much to look at, but the inside was beautiful and tranquil. It was a terrific spot to stop and pray as the noise and hustle and...More
We stopped here since it was close to our hotel. It was beautiful inside and quiet. We were the only ones inside at the time which was really nice. It is really a beautiful and interesting church that is worth stopping to see.
St Roch is the patron saint of dogs and bachelors, rather an odd mix. There is a statue of St Roch at the front of church, with a dog. The church looks old, but it actually dates from the mid .18th century It is in...More
Built in the XVIIIth century,This Church appears small when seen from the Rue St Honoré side but it is fairly large inside.
Behind the main altar there is a circular Chapel with a second altar.
Behind it there appears to be an additional altar.