Photos of the Curé D'Ars

Terry at Idle Speculations has posted a collection of photographs of the Curé d'Ars after he had died in 1859.

The photographs were taken by Camille Dolard using the wet plate collodion process invented by the Englishman Frederick Scott Archer. They are kept at the Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris.

Popular posts from this blog

CD 297: Laity and the Divine Office

Hippolytus and Eucharistic Prayer II

Was the Canaanite woman correcting Jesus’ mistakes?

Event: Day for Catholic Home Educators

Cradle Catholic snobbery as ridiculous as any other kind