I've long been intrigued by the simultaneous presence of John Calvin and Ignatius of Loyola in Paris during their student years. Supposedly their portraits hang next to each other in what is now a government building. We never managed to see them when we were there a few years go, but a friend and professor of mine attempted to do so last month. It seems that the paintings have been moved and, according to her FB post, the response of a librarian to her request for information about their location side-by-side was as follows:
"Jamais, jamais ~ cote a cote dans l'eglise catholique ~ jamais!!" ~ with hands demonstrating an emphatic "Impossible!"