Adventures in Travel – Thursday – 1:30 to 2:30 pm

Adventures in Travel, every other Thursday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. Join us for a lively conversation about the pleasures of travel. From the destinations you yearn to visit to the journeys you have actually taken, this session invites you to share your stories about places both near and far. Zoom...

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Memorial Service for Duncan Shaddick

There will be a memorial service in the Cathedral celebrating the life of W.T.D. (Duncan) Shaddick on Friday, September 24 at 3 pm. Pre-registration is not required. We will be taking the contact info of those who attend in person, for tracing purposes. The service will be streamed live on...

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Organ Demonstration (A Journées de la Culture Event)

Ever wonder how a pipe organ works? Director of Music, Nicholas Capozzoli, will give a narrated tour of the Christ Church Cathedral organ. With over 2,500 pipes, this landmark instrument was built in 1980 by Karl Wihelm. He will show you the ins and outs of this organ, and through...

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Revenant (A Journées de la Culture Event)

“Revenant” marks Earth World Collaborative’s return to the living. It is a return to the living, breathing music of a concert, marking another instalment in Earth World’s projects on the theme of silence. In the shadows of lockdown we sang of the fruits of silence and lamented our lost presence...

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Journées du Patrimoine religieux

Christ Church Cathedral was completed in 1859 in the then-fashionable style of Neo-gothic architecture with contributions of many of Montreal’s notable citizens. The Cathedral and its decorations tell the story of the architectural and social history of Montreal, of the interests and concerns of its citizens, and sometimes of the...

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Midday In-Person Eucharist – 12:15

In-Person at the Cathedral, no pre-registration required. Attendance in the Cathedral: masks required – seating is set at 2m distancing The Cathedral is a place of trust – we trust you will not come if you are a COVID risk to other worshippers in the Cathedral.

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