The reliquary containing the arm bone of Saint Anne at Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré in Canada
Notre Dame du Cap
The statue of Our Lady of the Cape, Queen of the Holy Rosary, Canada.
The altar of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart in the chapel of Notre-Dame du Sacre-Coeur in Quebec, Canada.
A stained glass window of Mary as a baby in the church of Notre-Dame-de-la-Victoire in Quebec, Canada.
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Sainte Anne de Beaupré
An image of Mary and her mother St Anne from the basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, Canada.
A vintage holy card from the shrine of Notre-Dame-du-Cap.
The French caption reads: Our Lady of the Cape, Queen of the Most Holy Rosary and Queen of Canada.
O Bonne Sainte Anne
A reliquary with an arm bone of St Anne, Mary’s mother. It is kept in the basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré in Quebec, Canada.
May devotions in honour of Mary in a Catholic church in Canada in the 1950s.
The chapel of Our Lady of Perpetual Help in the basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré in Quebec, Canada.
O Bonne Sainte Anne de Beaupré, P.P.N.
A 19th century Belgian devotional image, made for export to Canada to be sold at the famous shrine of Saint Anne of Beaupré near Quebec.
The French text reads:
O good Saint Anne of Beaupré, pray for us
Notre-Dame du Cap
A vintage postcard of the statue of Notre-Dame-du-Cap in Trois-Rivières in Quebec, Canada.
The shrine of Our Lady of the Cape is the most important Marian shrine in Canada. The country’s Catholics like to refer to Our Lady of the Cape as Queen of Canada.