During our short visit in the Perche region, we saw an advertisement for a small chorale concert at this Basilica. As it turned out, we arrived just as the audience was applauding its appreciation and people were starting to file out. Nonetheless the walls within still echoed of the life of this holy place.
We wandered respectfully among the musicians and the dispersing audience. In fact this is indeed an active and modern church untouched by religion wars and the Revolution. It makes us sad for all the beauty that was destroyed in the older catered reals of France.
But Chapelle Montligeon is a quiet refuge that would draw us back many times if we lived anywhere near there.
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