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These wooden churches that bring us together

These wooden churches that bring us together

News - September 29th, 2022

The MRC de Coaticook presents a conference on Thursday, October 13, at 7 p.m., at the Sainte-Edwidge church, located at 1399, chemin Favreau, in Sainte-Edwidge-de-Clifton (Estrie). This conference will…

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A concert to highlight the restoration of the organ of the Saint-Zéphirin church

A concert to highlight the restoration of the organ of the Saint-Zéphirin church

News - September 22nd, 2022

The 4230 pipes that make up the 52 stops of the Casavant organ at Saint-Zéphirin church will once again resonate as a whole during a benefit concert on October 2 in La Tuque. This will also be…

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Meet our history

Meet our history

News - September 3rd, 2022

Download the Special Report on Religious Heritage published in Le Devoir on September 3 and 4. Enjoy !

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Newsletter Volume 22, Number 2

Newsletter Volume 22, Number 2

News - September 1st, 2022

We are pleased to announce the launch of our brand new newsletter. Good reading!    

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Launch of the 5th edition of the religious days!

Launch of the 5th edition of the religious days!

News - August 25th, 2022

The Québec Religious Heritage Council (QRHC) is thrilled to announce that the programming for the Religious Heritage Days is now available on the event’s website journeesdupatrimoinereligieux.ca…

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A heritage to rediscover

A heritage to rediscover

News - July 21st, 2022

The Pope's visit to Canada heightens interest in religious and spiritual tourism in Quebec. We note that the imposing religious heritage of Quebec also attracts enthusiasts of history, architecture…

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The Catholic Church in Decline

The Catholic Church in Decline

News - July 20th, 2022

In 1984, hundreds of thousands of Quebecers cheered John Paul II, the last pope to visit Quebec. Masses were then packed, despite the decline of faith that began during the Quiet Revolution. But nearly…

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