Site and Image Credits

Eymardian Places website is written and compiled by Damien Cash, Historian and Provincial Archivist for the Australian Province of the Blessed Sacrament Congregation.

This website draws on the archival resources of the Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre in Melbourne, Australia.

Information about St Peter Julian Eymard’s life is largely based on Eymard’s original writings and on the English-language biographical works produced by members of the religious congregations that Eymard founded. In particular, Eymardian Places acknowledges and recommends the following published sources:

  • Catherine Marie Caron SSS (transl.), The Life and Letters of Saint Peter Julian Eymard, six vols (Albuquerque: 1995)
  • André Guitton SSS, Peter Julian Eymard: Apostle of the Eucharist (Ponteranica: Centro Eucaristico, 1996 edn, orig. publ. 1992)
  • Norman B. Pelletier SSS, Tomorrow will be too late: a life of Saint Peter Julian Eymard (1811-1868): Apostle of the Eucharist (New York: Society of St Paul, 2002 edn, orig. publ. 1992)

Eymardian Places is especially grateful to Fr Peter Collins SSS, Jeff Connor, and Fr Jo Dirks SSS for the use of colour photographs taken on their various pilgrimages to the Eymardian places in France. Fr Tony McSweeney SSS and Fr Jo Dirks SSS kindly permitted the use and adaptation of their recent slide presentation The Eymard Bicentenary (2011).

This website is also indebted to numerous photographers (credited below) who facilitated the usage or adaptation of their images through Creative Commons licensing or public domain release. Use of the Google Maps API on this website is gratefully acknowledged to Google.

Language translation on the Eymardian Places — Website Translation page is facilitated via Google Translate, with thanks to one cool site for code resources.

Eymardian Places website has been created using WordPress open-source software and is hosted courtesy of WordPress.com and Automattic.

Credits for images published on Eymardian Places website are listed below by page title and page placement order.

About #1
Description or Caption: St Peter Julian Eymard
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
About #2
Description or Caption: View to Obiou from Monteynard.
Photographer (if known): Peter Collins SSS
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
 Ars #1
Description or Caption: Basilica, Ars, 2011.
Photographer (if known): Jeff Connor
Owner/Rights: Jeff Connor, c/- Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia.
 Ars #2
Description or Caption: The old church, Ars.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Ars #3
Description or Caption: Statue of the Curé of Ars St Jean-Marie Vianney, Chapel of the Heart.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Ars #4
Description or Caption: ‘L’église d’Ars et la basilique’/’The church 0f Ars and the Basilica’. Image photographed by JaHoVil (18 October 2008) and published on flickr.
Photographer (if known): JaHoVil
Owner/Rights: JaHoVil : Usage license – Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0)
Ars #5
Description or Caption: Chapel of the Heart, Ars.
Photographer (if known): Jeffrey Connor, 2011.
Owner/Rights: Jeffrey Connor, c/- Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia. Ars #4 Description or Caption: Chapel of the Heart, Ars.
Ars #6
Description or Caption: Sanctuary of the Basilica at Ars.
Photographer (if known): Jeff Connor, 2011.
Owner/Rights: Jeff Connor, c/- Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia.
Ars #7
Description or Caption: The preserved remains of St Jean-Marie Vianney are located in the Basilica at Ars.
Photographer (if known): Jeff Connor
Owner/Rights: Jeff Connor, c/- Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia.
Belley #1
Description or Caption: Jean-Claude Colin.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Public domain via Wikimedia Commons.
Belley #2
Description or Caption: Peter Julian Eymard.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Biography #1
Description or Caption: St Peter Julian Eymard.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Biography #2
Description or Caption: The Road to Emmaus by Damien Cash (cover)
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Biographies of Eymard: A Guide to Sources of Information #1
Description or Caption: Fr Albert Tesnière SSS.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Biographies of Eymard: A Guide to Sources of Information #2
Description or Caption: Cover: Saint Peter Julian Eymard: The Priest of the Eucharist by Albert Tesnière
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Biographies of Eymard: A Guide to Sources of Information #3
Description or Caption: Cover: The Life and Letters of Saint Peter Julian Eymard vol. 1 transl. Catherine Marie Caron SSS.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Biographies of Eymard: A Guide to Sources of Information #4
Description or Caption: Cover: Peter Julian Eymard: Apostle of the Eucharist by André Guitton SSS.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Biographies of Eymard: A Guide to Sources of Information #5
Description or Caption: Cover: Tomorrow will be too late: a life of Saint Peter Julian Eymard (1811-1868): Apostle of the Eucharist by Norman B. Pelletier SSS.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Boulevard du Montparnasse #1
Description or Caption: St Peter Julian Eymard.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Canonisation #1
Description or Caption: St Peter Julian Eymard.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Canonisation #2
Description or Caption: Blessed Peter Julian Eymard window, St Francis’ Church, Melbourne, Australia.
Photographer (if known): Peter Casamento
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Canonisation #3
Description or Caption:Dora Bartels, pictured with Fr Thomas Carroll outside the Bartels’ family home (renamed ‘Eymard’ after her cure).
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Canonisation #4
Description or Caption: The banner of St Peter Julian Eymard is carried into St Peter’s Basilica by members of the Blessed Sacrament Congregation on the day of the canonisation of their founder, 9 December 1962.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Canonisation #5
Description or Caption: Pope John XXII at the canonisation ceremony, 9 December 1962.
Photographer (if known): Fr Cor Dings SSS
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Canonisation #6
Description or Caption: The Road to Emmaus by Damien Cash (cover)
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Canonisation #7
Description or Caption: Members of the Blessed Sacrament Congregation and the Servants of the Blessed Sacrament in Rome for the canonisation of their founder, December 1962.
Photographer (if known): Fr Cor Dings SSS
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Canonisation #8
Description or Caption: Video: Sanctus Petrus Julianus Eymard, 1962.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Digitisation: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Grenoble #1
Description or Caption: Grenoble Cathedral, c. 1880.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Public domain
Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Grenoble #2
Description or Caption: ‘Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Grenoble (Isère, France). Clocher-porche’ photographed by Morburre (16 February 2008) and published on Wikimedia Commons. Credit: By Morburre (Own work) [GFDL or CC-BY-SA-3.0-2.5-2.0-1.0], via Wikimedia Commons
Photographer (if known): Morburre
Owner/Rights: Usage License – Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0)
Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Grenoble #3
Description or Caption:  Eugène de Mazenod
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Public d0main
Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Grenoble #4
Description or Caption: Statue of Peter Julian Eymard at Grenoble Cathedral. Adaptation of image ‘Statue du père Pierre-Julien_Eymard (1811-1868) dans la cathédrale de Grenoble’ photographed by Milky  [‘By Milky 26 April 2011: (Own work) [CC0 (creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/deed.en)], via Wikimedia Commons‘] and dedicated to the public domain via Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication.
Photographer (if known): Milky
Owner/Rights: Public Domain
Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris #1
Description or Caption: ‘Notre Dame de Paris. Façade.’ Original image photographed by Tristan Nitot (10 April 2005) and published on Wikimedia Commons on 11 April 2005.
Photographer (if known): Tristan Nitot
Owner/Rights: Tristan Nitot : Usage License – Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0)
Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris #2
Description or Caption: ‘Paris – Île de la Cité – Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris – Chapelle Sainte-Madeleine’. Image photographed by wallyg (8 September 2007) and published on flickr.
Photographer (if known): wallyg
Owner/Rights: wallyg : Usage license – Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)
Chaintré #1
Description or Caption: Château de Chaintré photographed 2007 by PHILDIC.
Photographer (if known): PHILDIC
Owner/Rights: Public domain image released by PHILDIC via Wikimedia Commons.
Chapelle de l’Adoration #1
Description or Caption: Original altar, Adoration Chapel, Grenoble.
Photographer (if known): Jeff Connor, 2011.
Owner/Rights: Jeff Connor, 2011 c/- Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Chapelle de l’Adoration #2 Slideshow
Description or Caption: Adoration Chapel, Grenoble.
Photographer (if known): Various: Fr Peter Collins SSS, Jeff Connor, Fr Jo Dirks SSS.
Owner/Rights: Various, as credited c/- Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Chapelle du Corpus-Christi #1
Description or Caption: Entrance to Corpus Christi Chapel, Paris.
Photographer (if known): Jeff Connor (2011)
Owner/Rights: Jeff Connor c/- Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Chappelle du Corpus Christi #2
Description or Caption: Sanctuary, Corpus Christi Chapel, Paris.
Photographer (if known): Jeff Connor (2011)
Owner/Rights: Jeff Connor c/- Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Chapelle du Corpus Christi #3 Slideshow
Description or Caption: Corpus Christi Chapel, Paris.
Photographer (if known): Jeff Connor (2011)
Owner/Rights: Jeff Connor c/- Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Chapelle St Pierre-Julien Eymard #1
Description or Caption: Rear view, Chapelle St Pierre-Julien Eymard, La Mure.
Photographer (if known): Jeff Connor, 2011.
Owner/Rights: Jeff Connor c/-  Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Chapelle St Pierre-Julien Eymard #2 Slideshow
Description or Caption: Chapelle St Pierre-Julien Eymard
Photographer (if known): Various: Jeff Connor, Peter Collins SSS, and historic images from Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre collection.
Owner/Rights: Various, as credited c/- Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Chatte #1
Description or Caption: Former rectory, Chatte.
Photographer (if known): Jeff Connor, 2011.
Owner/Rights: Jeff Connor, c/- Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Chatte #2
Description or Caption: Wall of the former Chatte rectory.
Photographer (if known): Peter Collins SSS
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Chatte #3
Description or Caption: Chemin Saint Pierre-Julien Eymard, Chatte.
Photographer (if known): Jeff Connor, 2011.
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Cover/Front (Home) Page #1 (see also Header)
Description or Caption: St Peter Julian Eymard.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Cover/Front (Home) Page #2 (see also Header) [during Golden Jubilee Nov-Dec 2012]
Description or Caption: Scenes from the Canonisation of St Peter Julian Eymard, St Peter’s Basilica, Rome, 9 December 1962
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Crisis #1
Description or Caption: St Peter Julian Eymard.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Crisis #2
Description or Caption: The Road to Emmaus by Damien Cash (cover)
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Decree of Canonisation#1
Description or Caption: Pope John XXIII, Canonisation of St Peter Julian Eymard, 9 December 1962.
Photographer (if known): Fr Cor Dings SSS
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Église de la Charité #1
Description or Caption: Charity Tower and Flower Tree, Lyon. Original image ‘Flower Tree, Lyon’ photographed by PerfectShoot [Observateur urbain] (Sébastien Dervieux) on 4 January 2008 and published on flickr.
Photographer (if known): PerfectShoot [Observateur urbain] (Sébastien Dervieux)
Owner/Rights: Usage license – Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0)
Église de la Charité #2
Description or Caption: Church of Charity, Lyon with tower behind. Public domain image  ‘portail de la chapelle de l’hôpital de la Charité à Lyon’ file:Lyon hopital charite chapelle portail.jpg’ published by Karldupart on Wikimedia Commons.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Public domain via Wikimedia Commons.
Église de la Charité #3
Description or Caption: Charity Tower and Place Antonin Poncet from Place Bellecour. Adaptation of original image ‘vue sur la place Antonin Poncet, Lyon, France’ (file: Place Antonin Poncet Lyon.JPG) photographed by Jean-Louis Lascoux (28 February 2008) and published on Wikimedia Commons. Credit: By  Jean-Louis Lascoux (Own work) [GFDL or CC-BY-SA-3.0-2.5-2.0-1.0], via Wikimedia Commons
Photographer (if known): Jean-Louis Lascoux
Owner/Rights: Usage License – Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0)
Église Notre Dame de l’Assomption #1
Description or Caption: Spire of the ‘new church’, La Mure.
Photographer (if known): Peter Collins SSS
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Église Notre Dame de l’Assomption #2
Description or Caption: Église Notre Dame de l’Assomption (front view) from and old postcard.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Église Notre Dame de l’Assomption #3
Description or Caption: Église Notre Dame de l’Assomption (interior) from and old postcard.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Église Notre Dame de l’Assomption #4
Description or Caption: Église Notre Dame de l’Assomption (side view).
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Église Saint-Paul #1
Description or Caption: Église Saint-Paul, Lyon photographed 5 November 2010 by GO69 and published on Wikimedia Commons.
Photographer (if known): GO69
Owner/Rights: Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons
Église Saint-Paul #2 Slideshow
Description or Caption: St Paul’s Church, Lyon.
Photographer (if known): Église Saint-Paul, Lyon by GO69 via Wikimedia Commons; Jeff Connor; and Peter Collins SSS.
Owner/Rights: As stated at Église Saint-Paul #1 credit; Jeff Connor; Peter Collins SSS; and historical images from Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Église Saint-Sulpice #1
Description or Caption: Saint-Sulpice, Paris. Original caption: ‘Saint-Sulpice Church, Paris’ photographed by Mbzt (February 2011) and published on Wikimedia Commons. Credit: By Mbzt (Own work) [GFDL or CC-BY-SA-3.0-2.5-2.0-1.0], via Wikimedia Commons. [File:P1000811 Paris VI Saint-Sulpice Façade reductwk.JPG]
Photographer (if known): Mbzt
Owner/Rights: Usage License – Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0)
Église Saint-Sulpice #2
Description or Caption:  Nave view, Saint-Sulpice, Paris. Original caption: ‘Saint-Sulpice Church, Paris’ photographed by Mbzt (February 2011) and published on Wikimedia Commons. Credit: By Mbzt (Own work) [GFDL or CC-BY-SA-3.0-2.5-2.0-1.0], via Wikimedia Commons. [File:P1000737 Paris VI Eglise Saint-Sulpice Nef centrale reductwk.JPG]
Photographer (if known): Mbzt
Owner/Rights: Usage License – Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0)
Église Saint-Sulpice #3
Description or Caption: Virgin and Child, Saint Sulpice Church, Paris. Original caption: ‘Saint-Sulpice Church, Paris’ photographed by Mbzt (February 2011) and published on Wikimedia Commons. Credit: By Mbzt (Own work) [GFDL or CC-BY-SA-3.0-2.5-2.0-1.0], via Wikimedia Commons. [File:P1010189 Paris VI Eglise Saint-Sulpice Statue Vierge Pigalle reductwk.JPG]
Photographer (if known): Mbzt
Owner/Rights: Usage License – Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0)
Église Saint-Sulpice #4
Description or Caption: St Peter Julian Eymard.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Église Saint-Sulpice #5
Description or Caption: The Great Organ of Saint-Sulpice Church, Paris. Original caption: ‘Great organ of St Sulpice church, Paris, France, viewed from the main nave’ photographed by Lukke (30 July 2009) and published via Wikimedia Commons. Original file ‘Paris – the St Sulpice organ view from the main nave.jpg’]
Photographer (if known): Lukke
Owner/Rights: Usage License – Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0)
Eymard’s Birthplace #1
Description or Caption: Nos 67 and 69 rue du Breuil, La Mure, France.
Photographer (if known): Jeff Connor, 2011.
Owner/Rights: Jeff Connor c/- Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Eymard’s Birthplace #2
Description or Caption: Rue du Breuil, La Mure showing Eymard’s birthplace (No. 69) and the Eymard house (No. 67).
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Eymard’s Birthplace #3 Slideshow
Description or Caption: Eymard’s birthplace and Expo Père Eymard, La Mure, France.
Photographer (if known): Jeff Connor, 2011 and historic images from Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre collection.
Owner/Rights: Jeff Connor; and Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Eymard’s House #1
Description or Caption: View along rue du Breuil, La Mure.
Photographer (if known): Peter Collins SSS
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Eymard’s House #2
Description or Caption: Eymard’s House, 67 rue du Breuil, La Mure before recent restoration.
Photographer (if known): Peter Collins SSS
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Eymard’s House #3 Slideshow
Description or Caption: Eymard’s House, 67 rue du Breuil, La Mure, France.
Photographer (if known): Fr Peter Collins SSS, Jeff Connor, 2011 and historic images from Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre collection.
Owner/Rights: Fr Peter Collins SSS, Jeff Connor and Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Eymard’s Original Burial Place #1
Description or Caption: View from the Cemetery, La Mure.
Photographer (if known): Peter Collins SSS
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Eymard’s Original Burial Place #2
Description or Caption: Eymard graves, La Mure.
Photographer (if known): Peter Collins SSS
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Eymard’s Original Burial Place #3
Description or Caption: Eymard’s memorial, La Mure.
Photographer (if known): Jeff Connor, 2011.
Owner/Rights: Jeff Connor c/- Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Eymard’s Original Burial Place #4 Slideshow
Description or Caption: The Cemetery, La Mure.
Photographer (if known): Peter Collins SSS and Jeff Connor
Owner/Rights: Peter Collins SSS and Jeff Connor c/- Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Faubourg Saint-Jacques #1
Description or Caption: Place de I’le de Sein, Paris.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Faubourg Saint-Jacques #2
Description or Caption: Street sign, rue du Faubourg Saint-Jacques
Photographer (if known): Jeff Connor (2011)
Owner/Rights: Jeff Connor, c/- Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Faubourg Saint-Jacques #3
Description or Caption: St Peter Julian Eymard.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Faubourg Saint-Jacques #4
Description or Caption: Mother Marguerite Guillot.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Finding the Way #1
Description or Caption: St Peter Julian Eymard.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Finding the Way #2
Description or Caption: The Road to Emmaus by Damien Cash (cover)
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Former Major Seminary, Grenoble #1
Description or Caption: Frontage to rue du Vieux Temple, former Major Seminary, Grenoble.
Photographer (if known): Jeff Connor, 2011.
Owner/Rights: Jeff Connor c/- Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Former Major Seminary, Grenoble #2
Description or Caption: Interior of the former seminary chapel, now Olivier Messiaen Hall.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Great Things for God #1
Description or Caption: St Peter Julian Eymard.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Great Things for God #2
Description or Caption: The Road to Emmaus by Damien Cash (cover)
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Grenoble #1
Description or Caption: Grenoble. Original image photographed by bertishki (March 2008) and published on flickr.
Photographer (if known): bertishki (Stefano Berti)
Owner/Rights: Usage license – Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0)
Header #site
Description or Caption: Detail, mountains from the cemetery at La Mure.
Photographer (if known): Jeff Connor, 2011.
Owner/Rights: Jeff Connor c/- Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Home Page #1 (see also Header)
Description or Caption: St Peter Julian Eymard and images of Eymardian places (photomontage).
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Homily of Blessed Pope John XXIII #1
Description or Caption: Pope John XXIII, Canonisation of St Peter Julian Eymard, 9 December 1962.
Photographer (if known): Bettini Fotoreportage
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Images #1
Description or Caption: Fr Peter Julian Eymard, La-Seyne-sur-Mer portrait, early 1850s.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Images #2
Description or Caption: Images of Eymard (Video).
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
La Favorite Sainte-Therésè #1
Description or Caption: La Favorite, Lyon.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
La Mure #1
Description or Caption: La Mure.
Photographer (if known): Peter Collins SSS
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
La Mure #2
Description or Caption: Street scene, La Mure.
Photographer (if known): Peter Collins SSS
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
La Mure #3
Description or Caption: St Peter Julian Eymard.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
La Seyne-sur-Mer #1
Description or Caption: View to La Seyne-sur-Mer and Toulon. Adaptation of original image by Technob105 (Own work) [GFDL or Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported (CC BY 3.0)via Wikimedia Commons. Original image caption: Vue sur Toulon, la Seyne sur Mer, la rade et la presqu’ile de Saint Mandrier. File: Toulon vu depuis ND du mai.jpg on Wikimedia Commons.
Photographer (if known): Technob105
Owner/Rights: Usage license – Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported (CC BY 3.0)
La Seyne-sur-Mer #2
Description or Caption: Institution Saint-Marie, La Seyne-sur-Mer.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Public domain.
La Seyne-sur-Mer #3
Description or Caption: Statue of Fr Peter Julian Eymard, Institution Saint-Marie, La Seyne-sur-Mer.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
La Seyne-sur-Mer #4
Description or Caption: Institution Saint-Marie – La Seyne-sur-Mer, from an old postcard.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Public domain.
Le Calvaire #1
Description or Caption: The Three Crosses (Le Calvaire), La Mure.
Photographer (if known): Jeff Connor (2011)
Owner/Rights: Jeff Connor c/- Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Le Calvaire #2
Description or Caption: View to Three Crosses with La Mure in the Distance
Photographer (if known): Jeff Connor (2011)
Owner/Rights: Jeff Connor c/- Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Le Calvaire #3 Slideshow
Description or Caption: Le Calvaire scenes
Photographer (if known): Peter Collins SSS; Jeff Connor; Historic images from Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne.
Owner/Rights: As stated at Le Calvaire#1 and #2; Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Le Prado #1
Description or Caption: Blessed Antoine Chevrier.
Photographer (if known): Peter Collins SSS
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Le Prado #2
Description or Caption: Interior, Prado Chapel, Lyon.
Photographer (if known): Peter Collins SSS
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Lorette #1
Description or Caption: Entrance to Lorette, Lyon. Original image ‘La Maison de Pauline Jaricot, Lyon’ photographed by Rartat (20 March 2010) and published on Wikimedia Commons.
Photographer (if known): Rartat
Owner/Rights: Public domain released via Wikimedia Commons.
Lorette #2
Description or Caption: Pauline Jaricot. Original image ‘Eglise St-Nizier de Lyon Portrait de Pauline Jaricot, Lyon’ photographed by GO69 (15 July 2010) and published on Wikimedia Commons.
Photographer (if known): GO69
Owner/Rights: Public domain released via Wikimedia Commons.
Lorette #3
Description or Caption: Interior of the Chapel at Lorette. Original image ‘Chapelle de la Maison de Pauline Jaricot, Lyon’ photographed by Rartat (20 March 2010) and published on Wikimedia Commons.
Photographer (if known): Rartat
Owner/Rights: Public domain released via Wikimedia Commons.
Lyon #1
Description or Caption: Statue of the Virgin Mary, Shrine of Notre-Dame de Fourvière. Credit: ‘Notre Dame de Fourvière’, original image photographed by Feuillu (19 May 2005) and published on flickr.
Photographer (if known): Feuillu
Owner/Rights: Usage License – Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC 2.0)
Lyon #2
Description or Caption: Spire, Église Saint-Paul, Lyon.
Photographer (if known): Peter Collins SSS
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Marseille #1
Description or Caption: View from Saint-Charles station to the Basilica of Notre-Dame de la Garde, Marseille. Original image ‘Notre-Dame de la garde” basilica, in Marseille, taken from the Saint-Charles station’ photographed by Stephanemartin (2008) and published via Wikimedia Commons.
Photographer (if known): Stephanemartin
Owner/Rights: Usage License – Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0)
Marseille #2
Description or Caption: Fr Raymond De Cuers.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Marseille #3
Description or Caption: 7 rue Nau, Marseille (1950s).
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Monteynard #1
Description or Caption: Monteynard village. Original image caption ‘Monteynard. Vercors massif in the background (Isère, France)’, photographed in April 2009 by Aups (Own work) [GFDL (www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html) or CC-BY-SA-3.0-2.5-2.0-1.0 (www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)] via Wikimedia Commons from Wikimedia Commons.
Photographer (if known): Aups
Owner/Rights: Usage License – Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0)
Monteynard #2
Description or Caption: Eymard’s Church, Monteynard.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Monteynard #3 Slideshow
Description or Caption:  Monteynard scenes
Photographer (if known): As credited at images Monteynard#1 and #2; and Jeff Connor (2011).
Owner/Rights: As stated at images Monteynard#1 and #2; Peter Collins SSS; and Jeff Connor c/- Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Musée Rodin #1
Description or Caption: ‘Le musée Rodin (Paris)’. Image photographed by dalbera (25 June 2008) and published on flickr.
Photographer (if known): dalbera
Owner/Rights: dalbera : Usage license – Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY-2.0)
Musée Rodin #2
Description or Caption: Auguste Rodin, 1893. Public domain image via AlMare on Wikimedia Commons.
Photographer (if known): Felix Nadar
Owner/Rights: Public domain
Musée Rodin #3
Description or Caption: ‘Father Pierre Julien Eymard’ photographed by Emily Barney (23 June 2010) and published on flickr.
Photographer (if known): Emily Barney
Owner/Rights: Emily Barney : Usage license – Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC 2.0)
Musée Rodin #4
Description or Caption: Rodin at work on Father Pierre-Julien Eymard (1863)
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Public domain
Notre-Dame de Fourvière #1
Description or Caption: ‘Basilique de Fourvière (Lyon) vue de la Saône’. Original image photographed by MickaëlG (12 September 2007) and published on Wikimedia Commons. File: Basilique de Fourvière from Saone (Lyon).jpg. Credit: By MickaëlG (Own work) [GFDL or CC-BY-SA-3.0-2.5-2.0-1.0], via Wikimedia Commons
Photographer (if known): MickaëlG
Owner/Rights: Usage License – Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0)
Notre-Dame de Fourvière #2
Description or Caption: ‘The Notre-Dame-de-Fourvière basilica in Lyon’. Adaptation of original image photographed by JeanBono (17 April 2011) and published on Wikimedia Commons. Credit: By JeanBono (Own work) [GFDL or CC-BY-SA-3.0-2.5-2.0-1.0], via Wikimedia Commons
Photographer (if known): JeanBono
Owner/Rights: Usage License – Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0)
Notre-Dame de Fourvière #3
Description or Caption: Entrance to the ancient chapel at Fourvière. Adaptation of original image ‘stand tall’ photographed by cactusbeetroot on 15 June 2011 and published on flickr.
Photographer (if known): cactusbeetroot
Owner/Rights: Usage license – Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC 2.0)
Notre-Dame de Fourvière #4
Description or Caption: Chapelle de la Vierge. Original image ‘Notre-Dame-de-Fourvières’ [sic] photographed by Marmotte73 on 26 March 2010 and published on flickr.
Photographer (if known): Marmotte73
Owner/Rights: Marmotte73 : Usage license – Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0)
Notre-Dame de Fourvière #5
Description or Caption: Marie Francoise Perroton
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Public Domain
Notre-Dame de Fourvière #6
Description or Caption: Commemorative plaque, Shrine of Our Lady of Fourvière.
Photographer (if known): Jeff Connor, 2011.
Owner/Rights: Jeff Connor, c/- Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Notre-Dame de La Salette #1
Description or Caption: The Basilica, Notre-Dame de La Salette.
Photographer (if known): Peter Collins SSS
Owner/Rights: Peter Collins SSS c/- Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Notre-Dame de La Salette #2
Description or Caption: Mountains from Notre-Dame de La Salette.
Photographer (if known): Jeff Connor (2011)
Owner/Rights: Jeff Connor c/- Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Notre-Dame de La Salette #3
Description or Caption: Statue of Our Lady weeping, Notre-Dame de La Salette.
Photographer (if known): Jeff Connor (2011)
Owner/Rights: Jeff Connor, c/- Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Notre-Dame de La Salette #4
Description or Caption: Statues of Our Lady speaking to the children, Notre-Dame de La Salette.
Photographer (if known): Jeff Connor (2011)
Owner/Rights: Jeff Connor c/- Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Notre-Dame de La Salette #5
Description or Caption:  Bronze statue of Our Lady of La Salette. Image DSCF2310.jpg photographed by momopuntomomo (2 December 2006) and published on flickr.
Photographer (if known): momopuntomomo
Owner/Rights: momopuntomomo : Usage license – Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)
Notre-Dame de La Salette #6
Description or Caption: Notre-Dame de La Salette from an old postcard.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Notre-Dame de La Salette #7
Description or Caption: St Peter Julian Eymard
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Notre-Dame de La Salette #8 Slideshow
Description or Caption: Notre-Dame de La Salette scenes
Photographer (if known): Various: Peter Collins SSS; Jeff Connor (2011); historic images from Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne; and as credited at Notre-Dame de La Salette #5.
Owner/Rights: Various: Peter Collins SSS; Jeff Connor; as stated at Notre-Dame de La Salette #5; and Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Notre-Dame-de-l’Osier #1
Description or Caption: Village of Notre-Dame-de-l’Osier from The Eymard Bicentenary (2011) presentation compiled by Jo Dirks SSS and Tony McSweeney SSS.
Photographer (if known): Jo Dirks SSS
Owner/Rights: Jo Dirks SSS, St Francis’ Church, Melbourne, Australia.
Notre-Dame-de-l’Osier #2
Description or Caption: Chapelle Notre-Dame de Bon Rencontre.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Notre-Dame-de-l’Osier #3
Description or Caption: Plaque commemorating the centenary of Eymard’s first Mass.
Photographer (if known): Jeff Connor (2011)
Owner/Rights: Jeff connor c/- Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Notre-Dame-de-l’Osier #4 Slideshow
Description or Caption: Notre-Dame-de-l’Osier, Chappelle Notre-Dame de Bon Recontre and Basilica scenes.
Photographer (if known): Various, as credited at Notre-Dame-de-l’Osier #1-3; Peter Collins SSS; and Jeff Connor.
Owner/Rights: As stated at Notre-Dame-de-l’Osier #1-3; Peter Collins SSS; Jeff Connor; and historical images from  Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Notre-Dame des Victoires #1
Description or Caption: Statue of Our Lady of Victories, Notre-Dame des Victoires, Paris.
Photographer (if known): Jeff Connor (2011)
Owner/Rights: Jeff Connor c/- Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre
Notre-Dame des Victoires #2
Description or Caption: Sanctuary and apse, Notre-Dame des Victoires. Adaptation of original image ‘Notre-Dame-des-Victoires church – Paris’ photographed by Mbzt (January 2011) and published on Wikimedia Commons. Credit: By Mbzt (Own work) [GFDL or CC-BY-SA-3.0-2.5-2.0-1.0], via Wikimedia Commons. [file: P1000567 Paris II Basilique Notre-Dame-des-Victoires Choeur reductwk.JPG]
Owner/Rights: Usage License – Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0)
Notre-Dame des Victoires #3
Description or Caption: Notre-Dame des Victoires, Paris.
Photographer (if known): Peter Collins SSS
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Notre-Dame des Victoires #4
Description or Caption: St Peter Julian Eymard.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Notre-Dame des Victoires #5
Description or Caption: St Thérèse of Lisieux
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Public Domain
Notre-Dame du Laus #1
Description or Caption:  Notre-Dame du Laus.  Adaptation of original image Original image ‘Notre-dame-du-Laus (basilique – 2).JPG’ photographed by AntonyB (24 August 2009) and published on Wikimedia Commons. Credit: By AntonyB (Own work) [GFDL or CC-BY-SA-3.0-2.5-2.0-1.0] via Wikimedia Commons.
Photographer (if known): AntonyB
Owner/Rights: Usage License – Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0)
Notre-Dame du Laus #2
Description or Caption: Our Lady of Laus.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Notre-Dame du Laus #3
Description or Caption: Chapelle du Précieux Sang (Chapel of the Precious Blood), Shrine of Notre-Dame du Laus.
Photographer (if known): Jeff Connor (2011)
Owner/Rights: Jeff Connor c/- Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Notre-Dame du Laus #4 Slideshow
Description or Caption: Shrine of Notre-Dame du Laus and surrounds
Photographer (if known): As credited at Notre-Dame du Laus #1-3; and Jeff Connor (2011)
Owner/Rights: As stated at Notre-Dame du Laus #1-3; and Jeff Connor c/- Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Other Sites #1
Description or Caption: Calvary at Saint-Romans.
Photographer (if known): Peter Collins SSS
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Other Sites #2
Description or Caption: View from Notre-Dame de La Salette.
Photographer (if known): Peter Collins SSS
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Paris #1
Description or Caption: The Eiffel Tower at sunrise, from the Trocadero. Adaptation of original image ‘Tour eiffel at sunrise from the trocadero.jpg’ photographed by Tristan Nitot (11 January 2005) via Wikimedia Commons.
Photographer (if known): Tristan Nitot
Owner/Rights: Usage License – Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0)
Paris #2
Description or Caption: Notre-Dame de Lorette, Paris with Sacre-Coeur in the background.
Photographer (if known): Jeff Connor (2011)
Owner/Rights: Jeff Connor c/- Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Pilgrimage Reports #1
Description or caption: Cover, The Vineyard Special Edition, December 2011.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation, Melbourne, Australia.
Pilgrimage Reports #2
Description or caption: Fr Manuel Barbiero SSS (right) with Australian pilgrims at Notre-Dame de Fourvière, Lyon, October 2011.
Photographer: Jeff Connor (2011)
Owner/Rights: Jeff Connor c/- Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Puylata #1
Description or Caption: Puylata, Lyon.
Photographer (if known): Peter Collins SSS
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Saint-Bonnet-le-Froid #1
Description or Caption: View to Chapel, Le Château de Saint-Bonnet-le-Froid (c. 2005?)
Photographer (if known): Jo Dirks SSS
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Saint-Bonnet-le-Froid #2
Description or Caption: Le Château de Saint-Bonnet-le-Froid (c. 2005?)
Photographer (if known): Jo Dirks SSS
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Saint-Chamond #1
Description or Caption: St Peter’s Church, Saint-Chamond. Original image File:42207 Saint-Chamond Eglise-Saint-Pierre.jpg published and licensed via Wikimedia Commons.
Photographer (if known): Not known.
Owner/Rights: Usage license – Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5 Generic (CC BY-SA 2.5) 
Sainte-Chapelle #1
Description or Caption: Exterior, Saint-Chapelle. ‘La Ste Chapelle’, original image photographed by photographdreamer (29 March 2008) and published on flickr.
Photographer (if known): photographdreamer
Owner/Rights: Usage license – Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0)
Sainte-Chapelle #2
Description or Caption: Adaptation of ‘Sainte-Chapelle – Upper Chapel’, original image photographed by darek rusin (15 June 2008) and published on flickr.
Photographer (if known): darek rusin
Owner/Rights: Usage license – Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0)
Sainte-Chapelle #3 Slideshow
Description or Caption: Sainte-Chapelle scenes
Photographer (if known): Jeff Connor (2011); and as credited at Sainte-Chapelle #1 and #2.
Owner/Rights: Jeff Connor c/- Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia; and rights as stated for images credited at Sainte-Chapelle#1 and #2.
Saint-Maurice #1
Description or Caption: Former novitiate, Saint-Maurice-Montcouronne. Adaptation of original image published in Saint Pierre-Julien Eymard: Retraite de Saint-Maurice (Rome: Maison Généralice des Prêtres du T.S. Sacrement, 1968).
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Saint-Maurice #2
Description or Caption: Church of Saint-Maurice. Adaptation of original photograph by Véronique Pagnier (3 May 2009) and released into the public domain via Wikimedia Commons.
Photographer (if known): Véronique Pagnier
Owner/Rights: Public domain.
Saint-Maurice #3
Description or Caption: Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament (tapestry, St Francis’ Church, Melbourne).
Photographer (if known): Casamento Photography, 2008.
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Saint-Maurice #4
Description or Caption: Grave of Fr Raymond de Cuers, Saint-Maurice-Montcouronne.
Photographer (if known): Jo Dirks SSS
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Saint-Romans #1
Description or Caption: The Rock of Saint-Romans.
Photographer (if known): Jeff Connor (2011)
Owner/Rights: c/- Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Saint-Romans #2 Slideshow
Description or Caption: The Rock of Saint-Romans and surrounds
Photographer (if known): Various: Peter Collins SSS; Jeff Connor (2011).
Owner/Rights: Peter Collins SSS; Jeff Connor, c/- Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
The Eymard Bicentenary #1
Description or Caption: Slide Show/Presentation
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Fr Jo Dirks SSS and Fr Tony McSweeney SSS, St Francis’ Church, 326 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne, Australia.
The Gift of Self #1
Description or Caption: St Peter Julian Eymard.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
The Gift of Self #2
Description or Caption: The Road to Emmaus by Damien Cash (cover)
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
The Work Begins #1
Description or Caption: St Peter Julian Eymard.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
The Work Begins #2
Description or Caption: The Road to Emmaus by Damien Cash (cover)
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Villa Chateaubriand #1
Description or Caption: Former Villa Chateaubriand, 88 avenue Denfert-Rochereau, Paris, 2011.
Photographer (if known): Jeff Connor (2011)
Owner/Rights: Jeff Connor c/- Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Villa Chateaubriand #2
Description or Caption: Former chapel entrance, Villa Chateaubriand, Paris.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Villa Chateaubriand #3
Description or Caption: Interior, Villa Chateaubriand, Paris.
Photographer (if known): Jeff Connor (2011).
Owner/Rights: Jeff Connor c/- Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Villa Chateaubriand #4
Description or Caption: Raymond de Cuers (left) and Peter Julian Eymard
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Villa Chateaubriand #5
Description or Caption: Commemorative plaque, 88 avenue Denfert-Rochereau, Paris.
Photographer (if known):
Owner/Rights: Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Villa Chateaubriand #6 Slideshow
Description or Caption: Villa Chateaubriand scenes
Photographer (if known): Historical images from the Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne; Jeff Connor (2011)
Owner/Rights: Jeff Connor and Blessed Sacrament Congregation and St Francis’ Church Heritage Centre, Melbourne, Australia