• Chapelle Notre Dame de Bonsecours (Our Lady of Perpetual Help Chapel) and Marguerite Bourgeoys Museum: Old Montreal. Catholic, built 1770. Mass on Saturday afternoon (English), and Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday. Open to visitors Tues to Sun, closed in Jan. & Feb., see website for details. Website in English and in French.
  • Basilique Notre Dame de Montreal (Our Lady of Montreal Basilica): Old Montreal. Catholic, built 1824-1829. Daily Mass. Website in French.
  • St. Patrick's Basilica: Rene Levesque blvd West, downtown. Catholic, built 1847. Daily Mass. Website in English. 
  • Christ Church Cathedral: 1444 Union Ave. Anglican, built 1859. Eucharist Mon-Fri, Sun; worship daily. Website in English; online tour in English, French.
  • St. George's Anglican Church: Place du Canada. Anglican, built 1870. Sunday worship; building open to public Tues to Sun. Website in English and in French.  
  • Cathédrale Marie-Reine-du-Monde (Mary Queen of the World Cathedral): Downtown. Catholic, built 1870-1894. Daily Mass. Website in French, online tour.
  • Church of St John the Evangelist: 137 President-Kennedy Ave, near Mount Royal. Anglican, built 1878. Daily Mass. Website in English, online tour.
  • L'Oratoire Saint-Joseph (St. Jospeh's Oratory): 3800 chemin Queen Mary, Montreal. Catholic, built 1904-1967. Daily Mass. Website in French and in English, online tour.
  • Church of Saint Andrew and Saint Paul: Sherbrooke West, downtown. Presbyterian, built 1931-1932. Sunday worship at 11 AM, also open to visitors on Thursdays in summer. It celebrates its heritage in the Reformed tradition and is a member of the Presbyterian Church in Canada. Special services include Black Watch Church Parade, Remembrance Day, Children’s Christmas Pageant, Carols by Candlelight, Christmas Eve Services, Maundy Thursday Communion and Good Friday. Music is integral to our worship services. A & P hosts the well known CBC Christmas Sing-In. Website in English, online tour.
  • Congregation Temple Solomon (Beth Schloime Synagogue) : 3919 Clark St. Established 1921. The oldest intact synagogue in Montreal still open for public worship.
  • Tres-Saint-Nom-de-Jesus: Hochelaga-Maisonneuve. 1914 Casavant Freres pipe organ.
  • The Aron Museum of Temple Emanu-El-Beth-Sholom. 4100 Sherbrooke West. The largest collection of Judaica in Canada. Please call 514.937.3575 (extension 230) for tour information.
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