Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal
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L'Oratoire Saint-Joseph est une église d'importance de Montréal /// Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal is a Roman Catholic minor basilica and national shrine on the west slope of Mount Royal in Montreal
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The largest church in Canada sporting one of the largest domes of its kind in the world, Saint Joseph’s Oratory is for those in search of nature, culture and spirituality. Originally constructed in 1904 as a small chapel, growing congregations necessitated its current size, which was completed in…
Every Montrealer knows that this is where their parents take guests from out of town! An architectural gem with an interesting museum, and home of Montréal's very own saint, Saint André.
Stunning! People use to go up each step on their knees and pray until they reach the top. About 5 km away
MASSIVE cathedral built on the mountain overlooking the north western side of Montreal. Beautiful sunsets can be seen from here. If you are into exercise why not sprint up the steps leading up to the mountain to the cathedral entrance? The reward is the view.
The Oratory of Saint Joseph of Mount Royal is a Catholic minor basilica and a national shrine on Mount Royal, in the city of Montreal, province of Quebec, Canada. It is the largest church in Canada and has one of the largest domes in the world.
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