Liturgical action deploys and manifests the Christian mystery.

The celebrations attract many Christians in Saint-Eustache who are sensitive to the beauty of a liturgy that is being implemented to support prayer and meditation. The layout of the premises, the decor of shadows and lights, the movements of the celebrants, allow to live intense spiritual moments.

  • Liturgy of the Light With the fragile flame of the candles worn in procession.
  • Liturgy Baptismal Where water sprayed reminds everyone of his baptism.
  • Liturgy of the Word.
  • Liturgy Eucharistic, where all gathered slowly walk towards the table of the risen Christ.

From one year to the next, in the course of the ceremonies, the space is renewed to stimulate the spiritual experience of each one.

Consult the parish Agenda


  • From Monday to Saturday from 10am to 12.30 and from 1.30 pm to 6.30 pm,
  • Sundays from 9.30 am to 1pm and from 4pm to 7pm.

Parochial information/tourist information/audioguides/candles/postcards.

Located near the church choir.


Meet a priest

  • Monday to Saturday from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm

A priest receives you for a time of listening or for the Sacrament of Reconciliation.

Saint-Vincent-de-Paul chapel.

Stages of life


This sacrament is important to your family, since it will mark theEntry of a young child into the Christian life. That is why, with you, we want to prepare this event well.

To talk about it, a first meeting will be offered.
Then you will talk with a couple of parents of the parish who will accompany you in your approach.
Finally you will be received by the priest or deacon who shall celebrate the baptism in Saint-Eustache.

It should be added that adults wishing to take the path of baptism will be able to follow the route Catechumenate.



We will propose to the fiancés a Deepening process so that they take the time to mature their union project. The objective is to fully understand the scope of their reciprocal commitment, as proposed by the Catholic Church.

In practice, in the course of 3 meetings, each session gathers around a couple of parishioner animators, 4 to 6 couples Preparing for the wedding (2 evenings on weekdays from 20:30 to 22:30, and a Sunday from 2pm to 7pm, which ends with participation in the parish mass).

Père James Cunningham, vicaire


We are attentive to the best accompaniment to the people who are grieved.

After contacting the funeral home, the family and relatives of the deceased are greeted by a priest or a deacon Avecqui the funeral will be prepared.

Transient reception of funeral urns

Saint-Eustache can temporarily accommodate the funeral urns for a maximum period of one year. This Allows families and loved ones to gather And to unite with the prayer of the parish for the deceased.

The Sainte-Madeleine Chapel is devoted to the memory of missing persons.


It caters to all children in the neighbourhood who are in primary school.

Once a week they are invited to discover together the texts of the gospel, to familiarize themselves with the faith of the Church and the sacraments.

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The catechumenate is a personal approach of faith that leads the adults to the reception of the three Sacraments of Christian Initiation: Baptism, Eucharist, confirmation.

In Saint-Eustache, the Catechumenate group is open to all the adult research people who ask themselves the question of their entry into the Church (baptism) or the resumption of a route of Faith Inendi (communion, confirmation).

Contact: Jean and Claude Poyet –

Priests & Deacon

Father Yves Trocheris, Priest

Père James Cunningham, Vicar

Father Jean-Marie Martin, Vicar

Father Gilles-Hervé Masson, Vicar

Father Jacques Merienne, Vicar

Patrice Cavelier, Deacon

The Salaried Team

Louis Robiche, Manager

Mairé Palacios, Home

Mirko Lisica, Sacristan

Daniel FernandesSacristan

Dimitry Varella, Maintenance Agent

Isabelle Georges, Range

Steve Hézode, Cantor

Baptiste - Florian Marle - Ouvrard, Holder of the great organ

François Olivier, Choir organ Holder

Thomas Ospital, Holder of the great organ


All year round, More than twenty volunteers take turns daily, from 10am to 6.30 pm, to welcome parishioners and visitors, answer the various questions, direct to the appropriate person. identified by a badge, each volunteer is available to greet and listen to the needs of every visitor

The entire reception team is mobilized for major parish, liturgical and cultural events.

those, who give their time to the life of the parish. It is often said of Saint-Eustache: "Great ship, small crew". Today there are More than 200 volunteers engaged in the many spiritual and material tasks necessary for the daily life of the parish. The vast majority of them are long-term volunteers.


Committed parishioners

The parish relies on a set of teams, commissions and councils that intervene at all levels of parish life.

-Pastoral Team
– Commission Liturgical Music
– Parish Council for Economic Affairs (PATC)
– Communication
-Floral Art

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Parish Resources

We are often asked : "What subsidies does Saint-Eustache receive?"
Answer: None! Neither the state, nor the diocese, nor the Vatican. That is why the parish is very grateful to the more than 500 donors, on average, whose generosity helps to ensure the operating and investment expenses. Every day, the parish priest of Saint-Eustache must find 2 000 euros to "run the parish". It should be clarified that the Church's denier (average donation in 2017 of €438.74 per person, compared to €460 in 2016) is the first source of income, a quarter of the annual revenue.
On the other hand, the quests can only cover the direct costs of organizing masses (3 euros per person). Additional revenue is added: Sales of candles, real estate incomes, provision of the church for concert organizers. In 2018/2019, the IRS maintains this advantage: a deduction of 66% of your donations to the limit of 20% of income.

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Supporting Saint-Eustache

Training and Groups

Nous avons plusieurs propositions paroissiales de divers formats

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AIDS Spiritual Life

For more than 20 years, the group AIDS spiritual Life meets every month for an evening of reflection and prayer.

Members of the group, who are infected by the virus or close to people, share their spiritual experience, accompanied by a nun. This group, a small church cell, lives in communion with the parish on this reality of AIDS and thus bears witness to its solidarity.

To have information about the AIDS Group Spiritual Life, send an email to:

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