Mid-September, 1633

Sunday in the d’Aubray household presented difficulties.

Before, Sundays had been idyllic, the Lord’s Day, the Day of Rest. Marie Ollier and Antoine Dreux d’Aubray mère et père would attend either morning or evening Mass at Notre-Dame de Paris while three-year-old Marie-Madeleine and one-year-old p’tit Antoine stayed at home in the good care of their . . .

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- The Grantville Gazette Staff