17th Gathering from 3rd to 4th June, 2017
24 Jeanmauriçois participated in this 17th gathering in St-Maurice-sur-Fessard in the Loiret, like every year in conviviality.
The weather on Saturday was not very nice, but the planned visits, including the one of Montargis, took place in a good mood.
Nice evening under the marquee for 350 guests, and surprise with the launch of the „greeting lanterns“
16th Gathering from 27th to 28th August, 2016
350 participants, including 27 from our village, were able to appreciate the welcome, friendliness and brotherhood of this gathering that took place in St-Maurice-lès-Charencey, in the Orne department.
The trees around the pond, located near the tent, provided us with the coveted shade during these very hot days.
15th Gathering from 20th and 21st June, 2015
this year St-Maurice-les-Chateauneuf in Saone-et-Loire hosted the various towns and villages bearing the name of Saint Maurice. Our village was represented by a delegation of 41 participants. Each team organizing this event highlights its wealth and originality.
It was a friendly and warm week-end like every year.
14th Gathering from 20th to 22nd September, 2014
The gathering took place in St-Maurice-d’Agaune as part of the Jubilee of the 1500th anniversary of the founding of the Abbey of St-Maurice-en-Valais. It was founded in 515 on the tomb of the martyred Theban saints Maurice and his companions. Before the opening of the Jubilee Year on 23th September, the Treasury of the Abbey was exhibited for 3 months in the Louvre, after a noticed passage to Notre-Dame de Paris.
13th Gathering 24th and 25th August, 2013
St-Jean-St-Maurice-sur-Loire hosted the gathering this year. Our association supported that of the “Twinning of the St-Maurice of Europe”, by organizing visits of the church of St-Maurice (170 people), panoramic comments from the top of the tower (350 visitors) and an exhibition at the Manoir de la Mure (330 people) on “the stormy – and yet true – history of relationships between St-Jean and St-Maurice. The “grand tour” on Sunday, with over a hundred participants, ended the gathering.