Third Time Lucky for Guernsey’s Decorative ‘Little Chapel’

When the French government passed a law in 1904 condemning religious schools, The Brothers of the Christian Schools relocated, continuing their work in exile. A group arrived on the island of Guernsey and one of their number, Brother Déodat, set about creating a miniature version of the famous grotto and basilica at Lourdes. Notwithstanding various incarnations, the ‘Little Chapel‘ was born.

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