In 1480 the canons of Saint-Michel ask Pope Sixtus IV to be secularised.
This request is granted. Although the sanctuary of Our Lady of Good Remedy remains a place of pilgrimage, the monastery at Saint-Michel is abandoned.
In 1647 the Hieronymites (Order of St. Jerome) bring the monastery back to life. Religious life returns to Frigolet and continues without interruption until the French Revolution in 1793.
The Hireonymites not only restore Frigolet's dilapidated buildings, but also enlarge and embellish the ensemble:
An act dated April 12th, 1653, notes that Frigolet had become a place "much visited by very pious people from all of France" thanks to the "religious, pious and devote lives" led by the "men of prayer" that resided there.
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