The Notre Dame parish is the oldest in North America. Built on the same site since 1647, the Cathedral was destroyed twice by fire.
This treasure of our religious heritage contains countless priceless works of art, including the...[more]
The Holy Trinity Cathedral is the first Anglican church built outside of the British isles. It is also one of the oldest religious sites in the city. Built in 1804, its belltower is 50 meters high and contains an eight-bell...[more]
The Center depicts Marie-Catherine de Saint-Augustin, one of the pioneers of the faith in New France and co-founder of the Church institution in early-day Canada.[more]
The Centre François de Laval is located inside the Notre-Dame-de-Québec basilica-cathedral, on côte de la Fabrique in Old Québec.
The Blessed François de Laval (1623-1708), first bishop in the history of the city, was...[more]
Located next door to the Ursulines Museum, this center features the life and times of Marie-de-l'Incarnation. A video presentation on her life and work can also be seen upon request [more]
Built in 1852-1853 based on plans from architect John Wells, the Chalmers-Wesley United Church is characterized by its neogothic architecture and its interior typical of protestant temples, which are centered around...[more]
Located on rue Dauphine,in Old Québec, and inaugurated in 1820, this chapel was built based on plans made by architect Charles Baillargé. The chapel has a great historical and cultural value with its priceless treasures. [more]
In 1918, the current Nativité de Notre-Dame church rose from the ashes of the previous one, based on plans by Georges-Émile Tanguay, the same architect who designed the Québec City Hall. Its architecture is reminescent of...[more]
This church was built over 225 years ago and is home to some first-class works of art.[more]
The first church of the name dates back to 1915, where the congregation built a small wooden church near the current Côte Saint-Sacrement. Many years later, the Saint-Sacrement parish gave its name to the...[more]
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