Photo Post: Montréal, part deux

September 7, 2010 at 11:55 pm Leave a comment

Before we left Montréal, Jules and I visited the Oratoire St-Joseph, which is Canada’s largest church. It’s on Mont Royal in the centre of Montréal, so the views from the church were great, as well as the architecture and history of the church itself.


View from the front of the Oratoire St-Joseph, including the gardens on site


The main part of the church. When we went upstairs and went inside, the organist was practicing, making the experience that much more impressive!


There was a separate room with several different places for lighting candles.


The small chapel—this is the first part that we saw when we entered. More intimate, and it seemed like it was used more often during the week for smaller services.


On the stairs outside the church

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