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Historic Sites of Manitoba: Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Cathedral (28 First Street West, The Pas)

This brick church on First Street West in The Pas was constructed in 1922, replacing a log church building constructed in 1897. A bell beside the church was first mounted in the first cathedral and was moved to the present cathedral in 1922. It was removed from the belfry in 1982 and placed in front of the cathedral three years later.

Commemorative bell at the Sacred Hearth Cathedral

Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Cathedral (September 2015)
Source: Alan Mason

Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Cathedral

Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Cathedral (September 2015)
Source: Alan Mason

Commemorative bell at the Sacred Heart Cathedral

Commemorative bell at the Sacred Heart Cathedral (September 2015)
Source: Alan Mason

Site Coordinates (lat/long): N53.82806, W101.25169
denoted by symbol on the map above

See also:

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Charlebois Heritage Museum (108 First Street West, The Pas)

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Sacred Heart Roman Catholic School (First Street West, The Pas)

Sources:

We thank Myra Goldstrand for providing additional information used here.

This page was prepared by Alan Mason, Vaughn Wadelius, and Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 3 August 2022

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