Welcome to the Shrine of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré
First Nations Pigrimage
June 22th and 23th: schedule here.

Mass Schedule


Site Schedule



Blessed Sacrament Chapel Masses

  • 6:45 a.m. Mass (French)

Basilica Masses

  • 11:30 a.m. Mass (French)
  • 2:30 p.m. (English)
  • 4:00 p.m. (French)
  • 7:30 p.m. Saint Anne's Mass (Bilingual)

Basilica Activities

  • 1:00 p.m. Guided Tour
  • 3:15 p.m. * Way of the Cross (French) - Hillside / Group Reservation Required
  • 4:00 p.m. * Way of the Cross - Hillside / Group Reservation Required
  • 6:50 p.m. Rosary (Bilingual)
  • 8:15 p.m. Candlelight Procession (Bilingual)
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Without a doubt, the Shrine is what it is today thanks to Good Saint Anne and to the great generosity of the pilgrims.

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Paintings, mosaics, stained glass windows, stone and wooden sculptures reveal the extraordinary beauty and history of the Shrine, and the important role that it continues to play in the faith of the people.

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Saint Anne

Historically speaking, we know very little about Saint Anne. The Bible says nothing about her, whereas other writings that circulated in the early Church speak about her at great length.

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The Annals of Saint Anne


May-June 2019
Editor Desk

Different people and things…

In 2019 differences are more present than ever in our environment, our society. Religions, ethnicities, genres, life choices, food, and so on ... And differences are among the most difficult things to welcome. We try, often in good faith, to pretend that the difference is not there; but our heart does not necessarily follow what our brain decides, or vice versa. It's not ill will; it's human.


Difference leads to acceptance

There once was a Kingdom where everything was the same. People lived in the same homes, ate the same food, and did the same work. There were no colors; everything was gray. One day a majestic bird flew from the East and deposited in villages across the Kingdom eggs of various colors. The people, fascinated by colors other than gray, broke the eggs; everything that touched the powder in the egg became that color-red, yellow, blue, green, black, or white. The monarch, hearing of this phenomenon and fearful that the different colors would lead to unrest in the Kingdom, forbade the people from using them. All was to return to gray. However, the people, enamored by the various colors, rebelled against the King’s order, the situation he was trying to avoid. Thus, to restore order, the King gave all the colors to all the people throughout the land and through his acceptance of differences restored peace among his people.