Parisians meanwhile are marking Good Friday. The Germans have been shelling Paris with their astonishing Paris Gun, capable of firing a shell over 70 miles. As a result of the shelling and previous air raids, the inhabitants of the French capital have learned to avoid gathering together in crowds. Unfortunately religious congregations make for ideal targets. When a shell lands on the church of St-Gervais-et-St-Protais, the roof collapses, killing around 90 members of the congregation and wounding many more. Thus far this is the greatest loss of life from a single shell of the Paris Gun.
The damage to the church (Wikipedia: Paris Gun)