Blessed Sacrament Chapel Masses
- 6:30 a.m. (French) (LIVE - Shrine Web Site)
- 11:30 a.m. (French)
- 4:00 p.m. (French)
- 11:00 a.m. (French)
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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.Make a donation
The Secretariat of the Shrine is the link between pilgrims, group organizers, tour operators, benefactors and other departments at the Shrine.
What to do
At the doors of Old Quebec, the Côte-de-Beaupré reveals its rich landscapes alongside the St. Lawrence River, Montmorency Falls at Mont-Sainte-Anne, and on to Cap Tourmente.
Come live the Novena and the Feast Day of Saint Anne from July 17 to 26...
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.Learn more
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.Learn more
The Annals of Saint Anne
Guided by the SpirIt
From a very young age, we have an ardent desire and curiosity to discover the world around us. It is stronger than us. Of course, the road is not always smooth and easy-going. The blue skies give way to clouds, thick fog and sometimes even storms. In an instant, the landmarks disappear from our view and a feeling of helplessness invades us.
Guided by the SpirIt
In our increasingly digital and electronic world, Global Positioning Systems (GPS) and electronic mapping applications on our computers and cellphones make it ever simpler to get turn-by-turn directions to our destinations whenever we travel. As long as we have the correct address for the destination, these systems have proven to be fairly accurate. However, there are always times in our travels, in our trips here and there and in our life in general, when it helps to have a navigator on board who knows the best and most direct route to take in order to arrive safe and sound at our destination. An experienced navigator remains undaunted and is a great resource to have along when we encounter road closures, traffic, and even occasional accidents or obstacles on our route. For example, some of my confrères here in our Redemptorist community have spent significant time living and serving in the local region. These confrères are also my best navigators. They know many shortcuts and lots of back ways to get from Point A to Point B, many of which I would not think of taking to get around the area in which I presently live. So, their guidance and presence provide a source of valuable information and gentle reassurance for me as I become increasingly familiar with the region myself. It also serves to inform my own future route choices.