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Les sources de l’histoire du patrimoine cultuel dans la seconde moitié du XXe siècle au Centre national des archives de l’église de France

DOI: 10.4000/insitu.4357

Keywords: Council Vatican II , Church building , Church furnishings , Association of French church archivists , Bishops’ conference of France , National centre for study and research into the implantation of religious facilities , Diocesan commissions for sacred art , Archives of the assembly of cardinals and bishops , Archives of the movement of Catholic action , Archives of the student youth Christian organization , Archives of the organisation for Catholic action in the working class , Archives of the Société de S

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Fondé en 1973, installé à Issy-les-Moulineaux, le Centre national des archives de l'église de France, service de la Conférence des évêques de France, est l'équivalent des Archives nationales pour l'état. Ses fonds datent majoritairement de la seconde moitié du XXe siècle, à quelques exceptions près. Dép t central des archives de la Conférence épiscopale, le CNAEF re oit ses archives et celles des comités qui en dépendent, mais aussi des dons divers (archives de mouvements ou de personnalités).Les documents touchant à l'histoire de l'art se trouvent plus particulièrement dans la section CO, répartis essentiellement dans les fonds du Comité national des constructions d'églises, le Comité national d'art sacré et le Centre national de pastorale liturgique. Ces fonds ne sont pas classés mais des répertoires sommaires sont consultables sur place, sachant que les délais de communication des documents varient entre 50 et 70 ans. The Centre national des archives de l’Eglise de France, the national archive centre for the French church, was founded in 1973 and is located today in the Paris suburb of Issy-les-Moulineaux. For the Catholic church in France, it is the equivalent of the national archives. With a few earlier exceptions, most of its holdings date from the second half of the 20th century. It is the central repository for the papers of the Episcopal Conference, and manages the papers of this institution and of the various committees attached to it. It also receives archives and papers by way of gifts from other organisations or personalities. The documents relating to art history are to be found mainly in the CO section, in particular in the papers of the Comité national des constructions d’églises (church building), the Comité national d’art sacré (sacred art) and the Centre national de pastorale liturgique (pastoral liturgy). These holdings are not well ordered and certain documents cannot be divulged for 50 or 70 years after their creation,, but inventories are available for consultation by the public.

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