The Church of the Celestines (French: Église les Célestins) was a church in Paris.
The church was built in 1352 as part of a Celestine convent. The Celestines were founded by Pope Celestine V, who paid for the construction of the church with his own funds. The chapel went on to hold the hearts of the French kings Henry II, Francis II and Henry III.
By the height of the French Revolution in 1792, the church had been destroyed, and its gardens served as a barracks. The royal hearts were transferred to the Louvre, Saint-Denis and the museum of Versailles.