Monday, March 20, 2017

Notre Dame de Livron

Notre Dame de Livron
Image from the Catholic Diocese of Montauban

I went to a lovely vocal concert last evening that was held in this gorgeous church. Located at the end of a narrow, wooded valley just on the outskirts of Caylus, the church dates from the late 14th/early 15th centuries. There is a grotto which is the source of the Livron River and walking trails around the area. The spiritual center on the grounds offers space for contemplative retreats. It was an absolutely perfect venue for the 16th century baroque sacred music sung by Restoration Consort, a group of singers formed to raise funds for the restoration of the Puget organ in the Church of St. Antonin-Noble-Val.

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