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Le Monastère opens a circus cabaret in a church

Le Monastère opens a circus cabaret in a church

News - February 14th, 2019

The St. Jax Gothic Revival Church was inaugurated in 1864 as St. James the Apostle. At the time, it was located in the middle of a field. Like most churches in Quebec, in recent years, it has seen the…

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Les Sœurs grises could bequeath to Montreal a former 17th century hospital

Les Sœurs grises could bequeath to Montreal a former 17th century hospital

News - February 7th, 2019

La congrégation des Sœurs de la Charité de Montréal presented on Wednesday a major project to highlight the former Montreal General Hospital, a 17th century heritage building…

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Church Notre-Dame-des-Victoires: meditative workers stuck to the ceiling!

News - February 6th, 2019

On Tuesday, Le Soleil visited the heritage building dedicated to worship since its construction in 1688 on the ruins of the two homes of Quebec's founder, Samuel de Champlain. And it was necessary…

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 La vallée des plans (Reconstruction)

La vallée des plans (Reconstruction)

News - February 4th, 2019

Plans by architects Joseph Dalbé Viau and Alphonse Venne for the church Nativité-de-la-Sainte-Vierge in Montreal inspired the public artwork Guy Laramée's Valley of plans (Reconstruction)…

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What to do with churches?

What to do with churches?

News - February 1st, 2019

The question of the future of the church and the religious heritage is addressed by the historian René Beaudoin, Mauritian, as part of this report by Fernando Gasse broadcast on the Connecté…

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Organs in the spotlight

Organs in the spotlight

News - January 29th, 2019

The Frozen Pipes Festival is in full swing and some heritage instruments of Montréal churches will be in the spotlight: February 20 at Saint Andrew and Saint Paul's Church,  February 21…

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In defense of heritage

In defense of heritage

News - January 28th, 2019

Radio-Canada and Le Nouvelliste pay tribute to the people who stand out in their community through their involvement and their influence. Josée Grandmont, President of the the Québec Religious…

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