My mum (a sprightly 94) was organist here (Dundalk) for 50 years.
Saint Stephen of BourgesNice. Where is that?
In France, most (if not all) Cathedrals are property of the States, following the Separation of Church and State act of 1905 (and following Laws of 1907 and 1908). There may be some special ruling for departments Eastern-France and overseas departments.
"In my Father's house, there are many rooms".
On a personal note, I grew up with the view below, béret on my head, baguette under my armpit and wine bottle in my hand. "Douce France, cher pays de mon enfance, bercé de tendre insouciance ..."
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“Denis moved to France because it’s like England in the 1950s.”
Denis, like all Remoaners, is afraid of change.