Planning a pilgrimage
If you want to arrange a pilgrimage to the Basilica, the Sisters are available to design a proposal: meals, accommodation, Mass, Sanctuary Prayer Session, lectures, films…
Please contact us to book a date and build a program for your pilgrimage: (...)
Filming and photography
Filming is not usually authorized inside the Basilica, out of respect for the perpetual prayer taking place before the Holy Sacrament, which has been on display for over 125 years. However, it is possible to film outside the gates of the Basilica, without the prior authorization of the (...)
For tourist guides, souvenir albums and pilgrimage booklets.
Here are some high-resolution photos that you can download and use for non-commercial purposes. Please credit to Basilique du Sacré-Coeur de Montmartre
Weddings and baptisms
The Basilica of the Sacré-Cœur is not a parish church and weddings and baptisms are not celebrated there.
The Basilica of the Sacré-Cœur is not a parish church and weddings are not celebrated there. However, engaged and newly-wed couples may participate in a night of adoration (staying (...)
Concerts and choral recitals
The Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Montmartre is dedicated to the perpetual adoration of the Holy Sacrament, which has been on display day and night for over 125 years. As this is by nature a silent prayer, no concerts are held here.
The liturgical aspects of Mass and Divine Offices are (...)
The Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Montmartre is dedicated to the perpetual adoration of the Holy Sacrament, which has been on display day and night for over 125 years. As this is by nature a silent prayer, no concerts are held here. As the Grand Organ of the Basilica is a Historical Monument, (...)
There are no historical or cultural archives at the Basilica. They are held by the Diocese of Paris.
For historical research please contact:
Father Philippe PLOIX
4 rue de l’Asile-Popincourt
Open Monday to Friday from 2 pm to 6 pm, appointment necessary.
If your age or health prevent you coming up to Montmartre or if you live far away from Paris, you can still pray and remain in spiritual communion with the life of the Basilica.
-* Attend Mass or participate in the adoration of the Eucharist on the first Friday of each month, from your usual (...)
The bookshop and the religious giftshop doe not sell by correspondence or online.
It is not possible to ship souvenir medals of the Basilica by post, due to numerous cases of theft.
Thank you for your understanding!
Christmas and Easter timetables
Christmas Eve 11 pm: Sung Christmas vigil Midnight: Midnight MassChristmas Day Mass: 7 am, 11 am, 6 pm and 10 pm. Vespers: 4 pm We recommend arriving at 10 pm for the Chris vigil and 30 minutes before the 11 am and 6 pm Christmas Day Masses.
Seats may not be reserved. Easter Sunday Mass: 7 (...)