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Doors of Mercy: Canada

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Bathurst

De style néogothique, la Cathédrale Sacré-Coeur a été construite avec du granit local en 1886 et rénovée en 1950. Dédiée au Coeur de Jésus-Christ qui est le symbole de l'amour divin, elle possède aussi un oratoire qui héberge les reliques du Saint-Frère-André. Cette cathédrale accueille des...
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Sherbrooke

Cathédrale achevée en 1957.

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Nelson

The church opened on October 22 1899. The Diocese was established by Pope Pius XI on February 22, 1936; at this time the church was raised to the Cathedral status.

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Saskatoon

Officially opened in May 2012, the Cathedral of the Holy Family includes a main worship space that seats 1,200, with the ability to expand seating by 600-800. The building includes the diocesanCatholic Pastoral Centre ministry and chancery offices on the second floor, and the parish offices on the...
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Saskatoon

The first Catholic church built in the city of Saskatoon, St. Paul's was constructed in 1910. It was designated the diocesan cathedral when the Roman Catholic Diocese of Saskatoon was created in 1933. St. Paul's was given the designation of Co-Cathedral after the opening of the new diocesan...
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Sri Lanka

La basilique Saint-Frédéric, dans la paroisse Saint-François-d'Assise, se veut une porte ouverte sur le centre-ville de Drummondville. Elle a reçu le titre de Basilique mineure en 2015, ce qui atteste son rôle d'accueil en tant que lieu de pèlerinage, sans dévotion particulière liée à un évènement...
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Prince Albert

In 1880, St. George Mission was founded in Prince Albert by Father Alexis Andre, O.M.I. The first Midnight Mass in the mission was celebrated in 1882. In 1890, the Apostolic Vicariate of Saskatchewan was established in Prince Albert. On April 19, 1891, Rev. Albert Pascal, O.M.I. was appointed the...
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PRINCE GEORGE

Sacred Heart Cathedral was solemnly blessed by His Excellency, Most Reverend Fergus O'Grady, OMI on April 5, 1961. On June 5, 1968 Bishop O’Grady moved the cathedra from Annunciation Parish in Prince Rupert to Sacred Heart Cathedral in Prince George. Since then, Sacred Heart is the Mother...
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Kamloops

Sacred Heart Cathedral (formerly known as St. Louis Church) was first opened in 1887 and was destroyed by fire in 1919, The present church, which was opened on December 20, 1925 after 5 years of construction, is a Romanesque style church located in downtown Kamloops. Dedicated to the Sacred Heart...
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Grand Falls-Windsor

The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception is dedicated to Mary, the Mother of Jesus. Inside the Cathedral the present altar, rebuilt from the original 1920 marble altar from Italy, occupies a prominent place in the sanctuary. Also, in the sanctuary, are six small oval windows: three on one side...
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Charlottetown

In 1812 bishop Plessis from Quebec ordered to build a church in Charlottetown to be dedicated to St. Dunstan of Canterbury. It was erected in 1816 and twice enlarged before 1829 when the church became the Cathedral for the first Bishop of Charlottetown, Most Rev. Angus MacEachern. Bishop MacEachern...
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Hamilton

The Cathedral church of Hamilton Diocese dates from 1933 and is built in a classical Gothic style. It was named for Christ the King, a feast that had been added to the universal calendar by Pope Pius XI in 1925. In 2013, the Cathedral of Christ the King received status as a Minor Basilica.

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St. Catharines

The first Catholic Church at St. Catharines was built to meet the spiritual needs of the Irish labourers who built the first Welland Canal which was opened in 1829. It was a wood structure on the same site as the present cathedral and was called St. John’s because the Anglicans were already using...
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Montréal

La construction de la Cathédrale connut deux grandes étapes: de 1870 à 1878 et de 1885 à 1894. D'inspiration néo-renaissance italienne, la Cathédrale Marie-Reine-du-Monde a conservé l'apparence générale de la Basilique Saint-Pierre-de-Rome. L'intérieur de la Cathédrale ne reproduit pas, dans...
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Edmonton

The Cathedral Church of the Archdiocese of Edmonton.

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Calgary

St. Mary's Church was built in 1887, prior to the formation of the Diocese of Calgary in 1912. In 1955, construction of the new St. Mary's Cathedral began, and was completed in 1957.

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Saint John

The Cathedral is a Gothic Church constructed between 1853 and 1855. It was first opened for worship on Christmas Eve 1855. After the steeple and side chapels were added, it was consecrated on July 16, 1885.

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Vancouver

The Cathedral Parish is a vibrant presence in the downtown community of Vancouver, British Columbia. Since its founding in 1885, the parish has played a critical role in the growth of the Catholic faith and culture of Vancouver. Mass is celebrated here four times a day on weekdays. There are eight...
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Baie-Comeau

Une église des années 1950

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Fredericton

The present St. Dunstan's Church was opened in 1965. It was built on the same property as the original Cathedral of New Brunswick which was also named St. Dunstan's when it was built in 1843.

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Toronto

Established in 1822. St. Paul’s is the mother church of the Archdiocese of Toronto. The first St. Paul’s, of red brick and Gothic style, was completed in 1824. After the diocese was created in 1841, Bishop Michael Power used St. Paul’s as his cathedral until the completion of the construction of...
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Winnipeg

The Cathedral Church of the Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Winnipeg. It was established as the Cathedral Church in 1912 by Blessed Bishop and Martyr Nykyta Budka. The present building was completed in 1951. Pope St. John Paul II visited in 1984 and the Father and Head of the Ukrainian Catholic...
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St. Paul

The existing church was built in 1930. It was dedicated as a cathedral on August 12, 1948 when Father Maurice Beaudoux was elected bishop of the newly formed Diocese of St. Paul. The name of the town and the name of the diocese are both St. Paul. The primary patron saint is St. Paul and the...
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Trois-Rivières

La Cathédrale de l’Assomption de Trois-Rivières est l’Église mère du diocèse de Trois-Rivières au Canada depuis le 19ème siècle. C’est en 1854 que Monseigneur Thomas Cooke, le premier évêque du diocèse de Trois-Rivières, annonce le projet de construction d’une cathédrale. La pierre angulaire a été...
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Corner Brook

In 1946 the seat of the diocese was transferred to Corner Brook. The Cathedral was opened and blessed in 1956. The first church in the diocese, which served as pro-cathedral for a time, was called the Immaculate Conception and to honour that, the official name is the Cathedral of the Most Holy...
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Halifax

The Church dates back to 1820, and was open to the public in 1829. It has the tallest polished free-standing granite spire in North America. Survived the Halifax Explosion in 1917. Elevated to status of minor Basilica in 1950. In 1984, welcome his Holiness Pope John Paul II.

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Alexandria

The parish of St. Finnan's was established in 1833. When the Diocese of Alexandria was created in 1890, the new bishop, Alexander Macdonell chose St. Finnan's as his Cathedral. Construction on the current church building began in 1884 under the direction of the soon to be first bishop of the...
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Gatineau

Cathédrale Saint-Joseph Fondée à partir des paroisses de Notre-Dame de Grâce et du Très-Saint-Rédempteur, la paroisse de Saint-Joseph est érigée canoniquement le 28 avril 1913. La première messe fut célébrée dans l’ancien magasin Lefebvre, le 8 juin 1913. Le 25 décembre 1913, on célèbre pour la...