This is one of the most colorful churches I have ever seen. It is where the Louis XVI Mass is held each year. The side chapel where the three priests begin is a marvel, and the high altar is dressed in red for a martyr. You might not want to watch two hours of live-streaming but take a quick look at the architecture and art. The Epistle and Gospel of the day appear in the chapters at the bottom.
Abbe Julien Durodié leads the Latin Mass parish. He was born in Normandy and received his vocation at 17 while on a retreat given by his scout chaplain at Fontgombault (see entry of 10/22/2021 for pictures of the Benedictine monastery).
The choir, Schola Sainte Cécile, is well known, and the music is from several sources, which can be viewed in the description on YouTube. Augustin D’Oliveira is a cellist, teacher, and composer and can be found on LinkedIn.
From the church’s website – “There was certainly a holy man named Eugene who lived in the 6th century north of Paris, near Deuil-la-Barre where he died as a martyr. Eugene’s name is foreign to Gaul: Eugene is of Greek culture. He is one of those Eastern Christians who came to Gaul in the 6th century when the Byzantine Empire vigorously pushed back the pagans and the Arians.”