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Saint-Jean-Baptiste de la Salle was built in 1908-1910 by
Jacquemin and is one of the first built after the separation
of state and church. The church has an undefined style.
The organ was built by the firm 'J. Merklin et Cie, Paris', i.c.
Joseph Gutschenritter. He used parts of an organ built
around 1850 and revised around 1870. In 1981, Barbéris did
some maintenance works. Bernard Dargassies did so in
2002.The organ is now maintained by Manufacture d’orgues
Robert frères (Nantes).
Masses with organ
Saturday 6.45PM and Sunday 10AM, 11.15AM