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Lisieux (French: [lizjø] (listen)) is a commune in the Calvados department in the Normandy region in northwestern France. It is the capital of the Pays d’Auge area, which is characterised by valleys and hedged farmland.
Lisieux was an important center of power in medieval times. The bishopric of Lisieux controlled most of the Pays d’Auge by the 12th century. King Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine are thought to have married at Lisieux in 1152, and the town remained powerful for several centuries afterwards, until, in the 14th century, the triple scourges of the Plague, war and resulting famine devastated Lisieux and reduced its influence. The main judge of Joan of Arc, Pierre Cauchon, became a bishop of Lisieux after Joan’s death, and is buried in the Lady Chapel of the cathedral.
1897: Sister Thérèse of the Child Jesus of the Holy Face, died in the Carmelite monastery at Lisieux. In 1925, she would be canonized as “St. Thérèse of Lisieux“.