was a real contrast from Notre Dame Basicillica... am amazed that it still has services... think that might be mostly for tourists...
Very normal Anglican church! As Episcopalians we often visit Anglican churches on our travels. This one was not too different from the rest of the world :) Lovely wooden interior with whitewashed walls and a large balcony. Pretty ceiling buttressing and a nice collection of stained glass windows. Happy place to sit for a quiet spell and rest; very cool,... More
Absolute treat! We attended services Sunday morning and the people were so gracious, warm & pleasant. The bells and cathedral architecture were spectacular but paled by the warmth from the parishioners.
We entered this beautiful cathedral hoping for a quiet respite from shopping and sites..the music playing was from the "South Pacific"!! This is a cathedral and beautiful hymns should have been playing to complete the experience.
Beautiful Cathedral with art and architecture that tells the story of the Christian Gospel clearly and profoundly.
I only wanted to attend one Sunday Eucharist, and the big Organ-Mass at Notre-Dame was a definite temptation. But I was up early, and the 9:30 Eucharistie en français at the Anglican Cathedral grabbed my attention. The congregation of about 20 sat in the choir pews. Visitors were warmly welcomed, in both languages, and the regulars seemed a really happy... More
Great story behind the church itself. Worth taking a walking tour and hear a guide speak to the churches history. Has a real small congregation and only get 80 attendees a service. Definitely worth stopping in.
We had a great visit of this historical church! The guided tour was great and place is splendid. Cheers from France!
What better way to spend Sunday morning in Old Québec than by visiting Holy Trinity Anglican Cathedral, attending Choral Eucharist, visiting with parishioners and clergy (amazingly welcoming and interesting). Sermon and part of service in both languages, even in Naskapi on June 23rd, 2013) and then visiting the Artisans' kiosks in the Cathedral Close. Wonderful experience preceeded by a good... More
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