Welcome to the website of Canada's National Shrines in Quebec. The Province of Quebec prides itself on the richness of four great National Shrines. Saint-Anne-de-Beaupré, the oldest, has been visited by pilgrims for the past 350 years. Our Lady of the Cape Shrine was founded at Trois-Rivières in 1888. Saint Joseph's Oratory in Montreal was founded in 1904 by Saint Brother André, canonized by Pope Benedict XVI in 2010. The Shrine of Saint-Anthony's Hermitage was founded in 1908. These shrines receive a total of 3,000,000 visitors annually, a number that shows the success of their intended purposes. A visit to these national shrines is truly a spiritual and also an historical experience. They speak greatly of the faith of the people from Québec and the rich artistic creativity of the craftsmen who have built these great churches surrounded by beautiful gardens. A very warm welcome!