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A ten-step guide to transform our churches

A ten-step guide to transform our churches

News - May 17th, 2018

Read the article by Valérie Paquette , in InfoPortneuf For more information on the guide and the evolutionary toolbox that comes with it, go to www.portneuf.ca/en/territory-dating/future-patrimoine-religieux-portneuf…

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A symposium around a masterpiece of Quebec’s cultural heritage

A symposium around a masterpiece of Quebec’s cultural heritage

News - May 16th, 2018

The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA), in collaboration with Quebec City’s Musée de la civilisation (MCQ), invites the public to a day of discussions around Jacques-Louis David’s…

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L’abbaye d’Oka is sold to a touristic and agricultural promoter

L’abbaye d’Oka is sold to a touristic and agricultural promoter

News - May 7th, 2018

The Cistercian abbey complex of Notre-Dame-du-Lac in Oka passes into the hands of private developers. The new owners promise to restore the architectural glory of the 19th century abbey, preserve and…

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Minister of Culture wants to keep the art work

Minister of Culture wants to keep the art work "Saint Jerome' in Quebec

News - April 18th, 2018

Quebec wishes that the painting Saint Jerome hearing the trumpet of the Last Judgment, Jacques-Louis David, remain in Quebec and be protected. The Minister of Culture, Marie Montpetit, asked experts to…

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Parishes compete creatively to maintain their organs

Parishes compete creatively to maintain their organs

News - April 6th, 2018

They are empty, their resources are dwindling and they are also losing their voices. A small proportion of churches that want to maintain their organs can count on the government assistance, but many…

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Nuns offer their mother house for Lachine

Nuns offer their mother house for Lachine

News - March 13th, 2018

A major religious complex in Lachine will have a second life while the sisters of Sainte-Anne have decided to offer their mother house as a "legacy" to the community that has been welcoming…

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How does Carleton-sur-Mer will save two churches?

How does Carleton-sur-Mer will save two churches?

News - March 12th, 2018

Thanks to innovative financing ideas, the Carleton and Saint-Omer fabriques are recording surpluses and are managing the financement of their restoration works. Read Isabelle Larose article on Radio-Canada's…

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