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"Over the last few days that devastating fire at Notre Dame in Paris. Where reports say in electrical short-circuit is being blamed correspondent, Ian Lee has more from Paris. Bells pulled the cathedral's across the French capital. C Solta fetal can hardly look at the destruction. She has worship there for forty four years menu. She did this. She was so beautiful. And now the sky is sad. She says this is such a shock as donations poured in French president Emmanuel Macron vows to rebuild the twelfth century landmark in five years and make it even more beautiful than before. France also issued a call to arms for architects from around the world to compete to design a new spire to replace the one destroyed. The five year plan for rebuilding the famed cathedral would have it finished in time for the summer Olympics in twenty twenty four when millions of tourists are expected to visit the French capital, but Parisians like 'blanche say there's no rush to refill in such a secret structure to serve all the time. It needs for now firefighters are assessing the damage, but authorities say it's a miracle that so many treasures were saved paintings chairs punctures and objects. You know candle. Holders. He knew about the pope Francis. Thank firefighters who risked their lives to save the holy site. And it's priceless. Relics? He only CBS news. Paris father James Martin is editor at large of American media, which publishes opinion news and politics aimed at Catholics in the US. Thanks for talking with us father Martin. Yes. My pleasure. What's the Stoorikhel or religious importance of Notre Dom to Catholicism? It's"