Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Blog Guelph: St. Boniface Cathedral, Maryhill, Ontario

Gil Stelter, Guelph's go to history guy, claims that St. Boniface Roman Catholic Church was the only church designed by Matthew Bell. Built in 1877, it stands on the highest elevation in the area - a 10 minute drive north west of Guelph.

Sue Richards

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