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Pointe-Claire

History of the church

It was not until 1713 that the parish originally named Saint-François-de-Sales (Pointe-Claire) came into being. The division of territories was a result of the separation of the parishes of Lachine and Sainte-Anne-du-Bout-de-l'Île. It is then considered that the number of colonists justified the building of a church for the purposes of worship and administration.

Pointe-Claire church in 2004 -  Photo Michel Gravel
Monumental architecture
Drawing of a church similar to the first
Drawing of a church
similar to the first
The second church
The second church
 

The third church
The third church
The fourth church
The fourth church