St. Stephen's Church
St. Stephen's Catholic Church, St. Stephen (Milltown), New Brunswick, Canada. This beautiful church is located in the border town of St. Stephen, across the St. Croix River from Calais, Maine.
Copyright: Michael coyne
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9998x4999
Uploaded: 24/07/2012
Updated: 03/06/2013


Tags: church; "st. stephen"; "new brunswick"; canada
  • Marilee Pittman over 1 year ago
    This is the church I was baptized, confirmed and married in. It is such a beautiful church.Thank you Michael for this wonderful photo. I would love to put it my computer as a screen saver,but don't' know how.
  • Diane Coniff-Gullickson over 1 year ago
    Such a beautiful church, had the pleasure of attending mass there some years ago while visiting Mr and Mrs Ron Vautour. Maybe I will be able to come back and attend Mass once more in your lovely church. Diane Coniff-Gullickson Menasha, Wi.
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