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This is a list of Christian religious houses in France, both extant and non-extant, and for either men or women (or both).
Christian religious houses arranged by order
- Chancelade Abbey (Abbaye de Chancelade or Abbaye Notre-Dame de Chancelade), canons (Chancelade, Dordogne)
- Congregation of the Sacred Hearts of Mary and Jesus of the Perpetual Adoration, Rue de Picpus, Paris (Congrégation des Sacrés Coeurs de Marie et de Jésus de l'Adoration Perpétuelle), canonesses; formerly the Priory of the Canonesses of St. Augustine of the Victory of Lepanto, known during the French Revolution as the Maison de Santé de Coignard
- Abbey of St. Genevieve, Paris
- Abbey of St. Victor, Paris
- Abbey of St. Jean des Vignes, Soissons
- Abbey of St. Loup, Troyes 
- ↑ at the Revolution the canonesses were expelled, and a certain Coignard took over the buildings as a nursing home for sick prisoners of the Terror. The gardens however were used for the disposal of the bodies of the victims of the guillotine. After the revolution a community of canonesses was re-installed here, as a memorial to the many dead 
- ↑ the home of Saint Therese of Lisieux
- Soissons Municipal website: St. Jean des Vignes Abbey (French)
- Marseille-Tourisme.com: Abbaye Saint Victor (French)
- St. Victor's Abbey, Paris
- Le Piéton de Paris: Canonesses, Rue de Picpus (French)
- Friends of Chancelade Abbey (French)
- Patrimoine de France (French)
- Catholic Encyclopedia:
- Troyes municipal website: St. Loup's Abbey (French)
- Capuchin friary, Crest (French)
- Carmel de Lisieux (French)