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The Sanctuaries of the River participate in the Religious Heritage Days

By 26 August 2022August 31st, 2022News

The five members of the River Shrines are participating in the 2022 edition of the Religious Heritage Days. These events will take place in nearly 250 different locations in Quebec, from September 9 to 11. Open to all, most of the activities are free.

Each member of the Shrines offers activities that highlight the richness of their heritage and history.

For example, at Saint-Famille Church in Boucherville, a lecture on the architecture of the church, its components and the place of the church will be offered on Sunday, September 11, at 2 p.m.

In Varennes, the Sainte-Anne Basilica and the Marguerite d’Youville Shrine are open to the public from September 9 to 11. Visitors will be able to see the various exhibitions and admire the benches redesigned by a Varennes mosaic artist located in the Shrine Gardens.

The Holy Shrine of Kateri Tekakwitha will open its doors to the public during the three days of the Religious Heritage Days.

Overview of the co-cathedral museum.

A harp concert, given by Juliette Duguay, will be presented at the Saint-Antoine-de-Padoue Co-Cathedral in Longueuil on Sunday, September 11 at 2:00 p.m. Visitors will also have access to the museum on Friday and Sunday, September 9 and 11.

Also in Longueuil, the Centre Marie-Rose presents two outdoor routes on its heritage site, on Sunday, September 11, starting at 1:00 pm. One is in the form of a silent pilgrimage that links the heritage site of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary (SNJM) to the co-cathedral. The second route is historical in nature. With the help of guides, visitors will discover the history of the site through anecdotes and specific information about the 18th and 19th century buildings and the life of the teaching religious congregation.

Two outdoor tours are offered by the Marie-Rose Center as part of the Religious Heritage Days.

Please feel free to inquire directly with each participant for more information.

 

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Les lignes et couleurs forment une image moderne à laquelle l’eau confère un caractère dynamique et vivant. La croix s’intègre aux flots au même titre que les sanctuaires sont partie intégrante des rives du Saint-Laurent.
La croix, solide, identifie les sanctuaires et rappelle les premières croix de bois plantées en Amérique, témoins d’une histoire qui continue de s’écrire.
Les flots entourent la croix d’une façon telle qu’ils la rendent lumineuse et dominante tout en symbolisant le caractère spirituel des lieux.
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The lines and colours create a modern image, with water adding a dynamic and lively quality. The cross is integrated with the waves, just as the sanctuaries are integral to the shores of the St. Lawrence.
The solid cross represents the sanctuaries, bringing to mind the first wooden crosses carried to America, and bearing witness to an ongoing history.
The waves surround the cross, making it luminous and dominant, a combination that symbolizes the spiritual aspect of these places.

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Las líneas y los colores forman una imagen moderna a la que el agua le confiere un carácter dinámico y vivo. La cruz se integra al río de la misma manera que los santuarios forman parte de las orillas del Saint-Laurent.
La cruz, sólida, se identifica con los santuarios y nos recuerda las primeras cruces de madera plantadas en América, testigos de una historia que se sigue escribiendo.
El agua rodea la cruz de tal manera que la vuelve luminosa y dominante al mismo tiempo que simboliza el carácter espiritual del lugar.
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