Saint Sauveur Cathedral

Saint Sauveur Melkite Greek Catholic Cathedral is a Melkite Greek Catholic cathedral in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It is located at 10025 boulevard de l'Acadie in the borough of Ahuntsic-Cartierville. It serves as the eparchial seat of the Melkite Eparchy of Canada.

Saint Sauveur Cathedral
Saint Sauveur Melkite Greek Catholic Cathedral
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Saint Sauveur Cathedral is located in Montreal
Saint Sauveur Cathedral
Saint Sauveur Cathedral
45°32′6.31″N 73°40′18.58″W / 45.5350861°N 73.6718278°W / 45.5350861; -73.6718278Coordinates: 45°32′6.31″N 73°40′18.58″W / 45.5350861°N 73.6718278°W / 45.5350861; -73.6718278
Location10025 boulevard de l'Acadie
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
DenominationMelkite Greek Catholic Church
History
DedicationSaint Sauveur
(French for 'Holy Saviour')
Architecture
StyleByzantine Revival
Groundbreaking2006
Completed2007
Specifications
Capacity746
Administration
DioceseMelkite Eparchy of Canada
Clergy
Bishop(s)Milad Jawish

The building was designed by Gagnier et Villeneuve Architectes, with construction starting in 2006 and ending in 2007. It was dedicated on October 28, 2007.[1] The cathedral has a capacity of 746 people.

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