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Volume 14 #6: Quebec and the Church

Table of Contents
After Quebec underwent what seemed to be its own French Revolution, its church is humbled and reduced but surprisingly vibrant. Jack Costello SJ
Theme Section
A Great Religious Artist Revisited
A new exhibition of works by Ozias Leduc (1864-1955) raises questions about the place of sacred art in Quebec. An interview with Laurier Lacroix by Wanda Romer Taylor
The scheming house and family of David. Janet Somerville

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