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Autel de l'Église St-Dominique, Quebec, Canada
Province du Quebec

Le 8 juin 1930, en pleine crise économique, on bénit la pierre angulaire et on procède avec détermination à la construction des imposantes installations qui sont toujours en place. L’église, de style néo-gothique anglais, est ouverte au culte pour Noël 1930. Le 25 janvier 1931, elle est officiellement bénite par le Cardinal Rouleau. Entre-temps, au cours des années 1933-1934, la chapelle-monastère est reconvertie en monastère régulier et le couvent dominicain de Québec est érigé formellement le 8 août 1934. 

L’église a une valeur artistique et patrimoniale exceptionnelle. L’architecte J. Albert LaRue de Montréal y exploite le style néo-gothique anglais de façon saisissante. Les verrières de la Maison Chigot, de Limoges, évoquent les mystères du Rosaire. Les sculptures (près de cinq cents) de Lauréat Vallière, maître-sculpteur de l’école de Sculpture de Saint-Romuald, nous mettent en contact avec la Parole de Dieu puisée dans les Écritures, évoquée par la nature, balbutiée par l’être humain.

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