Until June 28th, faithful and visitors to Cambrai Cathedral will be able to view photographs of Jerusalem presented in two exhibitions, on display in the ambulatory.

The first, “Comme un pèlerin au Saint Sépulcre” (Like a Pilgrim to the Holy Sepulchre), is organized by Terre Sainte Magazine and the Order of the Holy Sepulchre in France. In this exhibition of photography, it aims to depict the complex evolution of the Holy Sepulchre over time.

The second, “Visages chrétiens de Terre Sainte” (Christian Faces of the Holy Land), was made from photographs from the École biblique’s photo library. After digitization, several of them were transformed into large banners. Those who are curious will find themselves face to face with visages going back to the late 19th century: Dominicans from the St. Stephen’s Convent, emblematic figures or momentary encounters.

There is the possibility of offering two public lectures, one for each exhibition. This project is still in its planning stages. For more information on this subject, we invite you to contact the diocese of Cambrai or to follow its news.

Admission to the exhibitions is free.
Monday-Saturday: 10-12 a.m and 2-6 p.m.
Sunday: 2-6 p.m.

To view OxygenTV‘s report on the double exposure, click here.
To read the article from La Voix du Nord (subscribers only), click here.