Fire under control, attention turns to Notre Dame's future

"We've seen tabernacles knocked down, crosses torn down, and statues", Donohue said. If we can avoid what your suspicions are. Vandals have smashed statues, knocked down tabernacles, burned an altar cloth, destroyed the Eucharist and smeared a cross with excrement. "I do want to look at what happened now", Cavuto responded, cutting off his guest. "A very pricey rebuilding and renovation effort going on that involved a good deal of Catholic fundraising campaign I know in this country and overseas". So, in other words, all the monies were there.

"My father and I have chose to release from Artémis funds a sum of 100 million euros to participate in the effort that will be necessary for the complete reconstruction of Notre Dame", Pinault said in a statement.

"First, they have to get to the bottom of it". There's no question about that.

The blaze collapsed the cathedral's spire and spread to one of its landmark rectangular towers, but Paris fire chief Jean-Claude Gallet said the church's structure had been saved after firefighters managed to stop the fire spreading to the northern belfry.

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"The task overnight was to bring the fire under control so it doesn't re-start", said Junior Interior Minister Laurent Nunez in front of the cathedral.

Built in the 12th and 13th centuries, Notre Dame is the most famous of the Gothic cathedrals of the Middle Ages as well as one of the most beloved structures in the world. So, thank you. Bill, I'm sorry. "There's so much we don't know", Cavuto said.

The prosecutors' office said late Monday they have ruled out arson in Monday's fire, including possible terror-related motives for starting the blaze.

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