Miramichi Places of Worship & Religious Sites

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The Basilica of Saint Michael the Archangel, or Saint Michael’s Basilica as it is commonly known, is the largest church east of Quebec in Canada. It seats 1200 people and has an adjacent Bishop’s Palace. It served as the focal point of the Miramichi’s large Catholic population.
BulletSt. Andrew's Anglican Church
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This Gothic Revival Church was built in 1850. Its design was inspired by that of Aghavallen Church in County Kerry, Ireland. Tours are available from 2pm to 6pm daily.
BulletSt. Patrick's Church
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A neo-Gothic church, built in 1896 to replace a former church destroyed by fire in 1893. It is constructed of stone, with exposed rafters. It is open daily.
BulletSt. James & St. John United Church
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Built in 1829, this church was ministered by Lord Beaverbrook’s father for 23 years. Lord Beaverbrook himself grew up on the church grounds. The current Greek Revival design replaced a former church, partially destroyed by the Great Miramichi Fire of 1825.

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