St. Michael's Catholic Church, Baddeck

Church · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
If you need a quiet place to reflect on your trip to Baddeck, stop by St. Michael's Catholic Church. Originally built in early 1850s by the sons and daughters of immigrants from the Scottish Isle of Barra, the church burned in a fire in 1926. On Sundays, you can join the parishioners for the celebration of Mass. Plan your visit to St. Michael's Catholic Church and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Baddeck holiday maker.
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  • During our shore excursion from the “10-Day Canada and New England” cruise aboard Caribbean Princess ship last October, we visited the great inventor Alexander Graham Bell’s exhibits at “Alexander...  more »
  • This church is a gem. Right in the middle of Baddeck. A nice place to visit for the simple beauty of it but also a quiet place to reflect and pray.  more »
  • From the welcoming by the parishioners to a great sermon by a visiting priest, everything was exceptional.  more »

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