It would be fun to have an event here in Montreal, where we have quite a few historical sites notably St. Joseph's Oratory or in the Quebec City region where you have the shrine at Ste. Anne de Beaupre---Just a suggestion.
Too bad this meet-up wasn't in August, when I was visiting. I had an opportunity to attend mass at St. Patrick's and I did tour Notre Dame. love Montreal! At times, I thought I was home in New Orleans. Maybe next summer when I come, I can join in:)
(quote) Ed-501357 said: It would be fun to have an event here in Montreal, where we have quite a few historical sites notably St. Joseph's Oratory or in the Quebec City region where you have the shrine at Ste. Anne de Beaupre---Just a suggestion.
Always have wanted to visit Quebec. For a Californian, it is quite a surprise to see road signs in French, as well as English!
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