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On the trail of Canada's premier organ builder

On the trail of Canada's premier organ builder

News - January 14th, 2021

There is no doubt that reading this story about a certain François Grouard could inspire filmmakers and screenwriters ! Written in the form of a police investigation, this article examines a claim…

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Train young people for the NBA ... and life

Train young people for the NBA ... and life

News - January 11th, 2021

Entering the old church on 2nd Street in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, we see that the basketball training sessions of the Dynasty Sports Institute are taking place on a field built where masses once took…

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Major work begins at the Saint-Esprit-de-Rosemont church

Major work begins at the Saint-Esprit-de-Rosemont church

News - January 6th, 2021

The Saint-Esprit-de-Rosemont Church, the only Art Deco-style church in the city, will be the subject of major masonry work from January. The facade of the emblematic building on rue Masson must be completely…

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Canadian Conservation Institute to move to former Servants of Jesus and Mary monastery

Canadian Conservation Institute to move to former Servants of Jesus and Mary monastery

News - January 6th, 2021

The change of vocation of the former Servants of Jesus-Marie monastery, on Laurier Street, in the Hull sector, has begun. Le Droit has learned that the National Capital Commission (NCC) is discussing…

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Casavant organ of Trois-Rivières to be saved

Casavant organ of Trois-Rivières to be saved

News - January 6th, 2021

The Casavant organ at the Church of Notre-Dame-des-Sept-Allégresses has not yet found a buyer since the church was sold. Negotiations are continuing with Maison Casavant. An American church might…

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The silence of the churches

The silence of the churches

News - December 18th, 2020

Several churches have not yet reopened their doors in Quebec since the start of the pandemic, which is now forcing the Catholic Church to cut spending and take a vow of poverty. Portrait of the situation,…

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The virtual encyclopedia of Quebec social Christianity

The virtual encyclopedia of Quebec social Christianity

News - December 17th, 2020

What do the Ursulin and environmentalist Estelle Lacousière, trade unionist Michel Chartrand, lay missionary Raoul Léger, assassinated in Guatemala in 1981, and journalist and essayist Hélène…

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