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St. Joseph's Oratory, Montreal

The largest church in Canada, it is a favourite pilgrimage for devotees of Brother André, who was reputed to have healed the sick and handicapped.

The largest church in Canada, it is a favourite pilgrimage for devotees of Brother André, who was reputed to have healed the sick and handicapped. Includes a remarkable collection of crutches and canes from the healed. During the summer, it is also possible to stroll through the beautiful garden next to the Oratory which features the Stages of the Cross in marble sculptures. The garden is peaceful and beautifully maintained. The views from both the Oratory and the garden are magnificent and well-worth the climb. Watch for the faithful climbing on their knees to the top.


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About St. Joseph's Oratory

 3800 Queen Mary Road, Montreal, QC, Canada

 +1 514-733-8211

 www.saint-joseph.org

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