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Grand Séminaire at the heart of Montreal's history

Grand Séminaire at the heart of Montreal's history

News - March 16th, 2017

Just like Downton Abbey, Montreal’s Grand Séminaire has its splendid spaces and its humble corners under the stairs. With its twin fieldstone towers, completed in 1694, the sprawling property…

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Rimouski archives center is the biggest acquisition of its history

Rimouski archives center is the biggest acquisition of its history

News - March 10th, 2017

Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec (BAnQ) Rimouski has just received a major acquisition, the Séminaire Saint-Germain de Rimouski fonds, 350 boxes of documents and more…

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Montreal focuses on religious tourism

Montreal focuses on religious tourism

News - March 7th, 2017

It is called "the city with 100 bell towers". And for good reason, Montreal attracts more and more visitors inside the walls of its places of worship. In view of this interest, the metropolis…

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How to protect churches in the region?

How to protect churches in the region?

News - February 27th, 2017

In a report released on February 22, journalist Gilles Munger (Radio-Canada) painted a portrait of the situation in the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean region, at the crossroads to save the abandoned churches.…

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Québec Issime presents a Casavant organ

Québec Issime presents a Casavant organ

News - February 17th, 2017

Producer Robert Doré has just acquired the Casavant organ from the Christ-Roi church. He will move it to his production center in the Arvida sector in Saguenay. Read the article and see the video…

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The 1001 secrets of Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours' chapel

The 1001 secrets of Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours' chapel

News - February 16th, 2017

You have missed the broadcasting of the show "Le 15-18" hosted by Annie Desrochers on Radio-Canada, with the historian Jean-François Nadeau? Here we relay for you the portion which carried…

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The Museum of Saint Anne draws its reverence

The Museum of Saint Anne draws its reverence

News - February 13th, 2017

(Québec) The Sainte Anne Museum, close to the famous Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré Basilica, closes its doors. Unable to maintain it, the Redemptorist congregation decided not to reopen the museum…

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