The tapestry entitled The Miraculous Catch of Fish was created in the 18th century in Aubusson and was donated to the Sainte-Croix church by Clémence Tabard, a descendant of a tapestry making family from Aubusson. It was stolen in 1989, but was subsequently retrieved and reinstalled in the church.
This art work depicts the story of the miraculous catch as told in the Gospel of Luke. Christ appears to his future disciples at Lake Geneserath where he orders Peter and his companions to let down their nets into the water. They catch a large number of fish, before giving up their work permanently in order to follow Jesus.