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Undoubtedly one of the nicest church buildings I've ever visited. The ceiling is magnificent and the organ is stunning. I was lucky to attend a bilingual Mass at the basilica which was a great experience. Well worth a visit.
Very lovely church. The very front door was locked and we were glad we decided to check the side door. We visited right after going to the Gallery. Was directly across the street. Lit candles and made donations.
This outside of this church is very simmilar to Notre Dame Basilica in Montreal. So, the interior was more interesting for me instead of the view of the outside building. My overall score is 65 out of 100.
Such a beautiful church. Attended it when there was a mass going on.
It was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1990.
The site was originally home to the small wooden St. Jacques Church built in 1832.
This structure was destroyed in 1841...More
Every year the Basilica offers the venue for a Christmas Concert. This year the theme was ‘Around the World’ with the choir singing songs from all over the world plus a ladies group from England and a high school choir from Nepean High School. It...More
The Notre Dame Basilica is still like the Churches that I went to 60 years ago, If you truly want to attend a church service that was the way they were when you were young, I Strongly recommend that you go to the Notre Dame...More
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