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Ste. Anne de Detroit A guide book with a brief history by Leo Alexander Reilly

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Published by Ste. Anne de Detroit] .
Written in English


  • Church architecture,
  • Church buildings,
  • Church history,
  • Detroit,
  • Detroit (Mich.),
  • Ste. Anne"s Church (Detroit, Mich.)

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The Physical Object
FormatUnknown Binding
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11776111M
ISBN 10097069721X
ISBN 109780970697219

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Ste. Anne de Détroit (Sainte-Anne-de-Détroit) was founded J by French colonists in New France, and is the second-oldest continuously operating Roman Catholic parish in the United States. The current Gothic Revival cathedral-styled church, built in , is located at Ste. Anne Street in Detroit, Michigan, in the Richard-Hubbard neighborhood, near the Ambassador Bridge, and Architectural style: Classical Revival, Late Gothic Revival. Catholic church buildings--Michigan--Detroit Ste. Anne's Church (Detroit, Mich.) Catholic schools--Michigan--Detroit Albumen prints Photographic prints Date: Format: 1 photographic print mounted on mat board ; image x in. Department: Burton Historical Collection Location: D/Churches-Roman Catholic-Ste. Anne's, Content Note.   Historian John Cooper, left, shows old maps of Detroit to the last living relatives (10th generation) of Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac, the founder of Detroit, Friday, March, 6, at Ste. Anne Author: Meredith Spelbring. On Saturday, 24 July , the th anniversary of the founding of the city of Detroit, FCHSM members gathered at Mount Elliott Cemetery in Detroit to witness the dedication and blessing by Edmond Cardinal Szoka, former Archbishop of Detroit, of a monument donated by FCHSM to commemorate and honor all the dead from the Church of Ste. Anne de Detroit whose remains lie buried in Section A of.

In , the 6th Ste. Anne de Detroit was built when Father Simple Bocquet began his 27 years of service. During his time, the English invaded, but allowed religious freedom. English, Irish, and Scottish settlers arrived. First Communion classes were instituted. Father Gabriel Richard served Ste. Anne's as its pastor from to   Ste. Anne de Detroit Catholic Church on the left on St. Anne Street in Detroit to the right is a large mud lot recently purchased by the Bridge company who is . Built in the late 's, Ste. Anne de Detroit Catholic Church is reminiscent of the magnificent old churches in Europe. Tall arches, stunningly beautiful stained glass windows, a wondrous pipe organ, everything you might expect in one of the gems of the Church, even including 5/5(15). Sainte Anne Church, commonly called 'Ste. Anne Church' or 'Ste. Anne's Church', is a Roman Catholic church that serves the parish of Sainte Anne de Michilimackinac in Mackinac Island, Jesuit missionary Claude Dablon inaugurated the rites of the Catholic faith on Mackinac Island in , but the earliest surviving parish records list sacraments performed starting in April

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