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The Sulpicians open the doors of their library

The Sulpicians open the doors of their library

News - June 30th, 2021

The largest collection of rare and old books in Quebec is opening to the general public for the first time. The Sulpicians of Montreal share their archives almost a year after having dismissed all the…

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In the heart of the chapel: Three hundred years of history are told by the Ursulines of Quebec

In the heart of the chapel: Three hundred years of history are told by the Ursulines of Quebec

News - June 30th, 2021

The chapel of the Ursuline monastery was built in 1722. The immersive Echoes of the Choir experience offers a 360-degree plunge into 300 years of history, with the testimonies of those who lived there.Read…

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Newsletter Volume 21, Number 1

Newsletter Volume 21, Number 1

News - June 30th, 2021

The Québec Religious Heritage Council his pleased to put its last Newsletter online. Enjoy !

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20M$ to protect Quebec's religious heritage

20M$ to protect Quebec's religious heritage

News - June 17th, 2021

The Government of Quebec as announce that 73 projects of restoration, including 67 buildings and 6 works of art and organs will be financed in 2021-2022. An amount of 15M$ will contribute to…

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Major work on the roof of Nicolet Cathedral

Major work on the roof of Nicolet Cathedral

News - May 27th, 2021

The roof of Nicolet Cathedral will gradually regain its former splendor over the coming months. A major rehabilitation project, valued at $ 3.5 million, has resumed in recent days and is expected to continue…

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La Cité des Hospitalières, a heritage soon open to Montrealers

La Cité des Hospitalières, a heritage soon open to Montrealers

News - May 11th, 2021

The Cité des Hospitalières, where the nuns lived in seclusion, will soon open up to Montrealers. This huge set of buildings at the corner of avenue du Parc and avenue des Pins was purchased…

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Concerns around a modern church

Concerns around a modern church

News - May 11th, 2021

Heritage groups are concerned about the fate of Saint-Gérard-Majella Church in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, which is at the heart of a residential construction site and which could be converted into…

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