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Glimpses of Rural Newfoundland Past
A glimpse into the life of John Lewis (1788-1866), an itinerant Methodist missionary to Newfoundland from 1814 to 1819.
Photo Album Provides Valuable Historical Record
An introduction to the album of Joseph Laurence (1819-1886) showing photos of Newfoundland from the late 19th century.
Masonic Temple, Twillingate, NL
About the Masonic Temple, a Registered Heritage Structure located in Twillingate, NL and built in 1906.
Masonic Temple, St. John's, NL
About the Masonic Temple, a Registered Heritage Structure in St. John's, NL, built in 1885 as a formal hall for the Freemasons.
About Methodism in Newfoundland, from arrival, to expansion, to consolidation with the United Church of Canada.
The Moravian Church
A look at the Moravian Church, it's origins, and it's relation to Newfoundland and Labrador.
Alexander Mortuary Chapel of All Souls, Bonavista, NL
About the Alexander Mortuary Chapel of All Souls, a Registered Heritage Structure built in Bonavista in 1896-1897.
Mortuary Chapel, Trinity, NL
The Mortuary Chapel is a wooden, Gothic Revival structure built in 1880 to service the Trinity, NL area. It is one of few remaining mortuary chapels in the province.
A Mount Pearl Junior High school project about religion in Newfoundland and Labrador
Newfoundland and Labrador Customs
A sample of calendar and life cycle customary practices that are popular in Newfoundland and Labrador
Bishop James Louis O'Donel (1737-1811)
About the life of Bishop James Louis O'Donel, who came to St. John's and formally established the Roman Catholic Church in Newfoundland.
Bishop Patrick Lambert
About the life of Bishop Patrick Lambert, second Roman Catholic bishop of St. John's.
The Pentecostal Assemblies of Newfoundland
About Alice B. Garrigus who, along a retired missionary couple, introduced Pentecostalism to Newfoundland and Labrador and established the Bethesda Mission.
Eastport Peninsula: Permanent Settlement
Modern day settlement on the Eastport Peninsula began permanent residency in Barrow Harbour and Salvage from the 1780s onward.
Precious Blood Roman Catholic Church and Bell House, St. Andrew's, NL
About The Precious Blood Church and Bell House, a Registered Heritage Structure built in 1912 in St. Andrew's, NL.
The Presbyterian Church in Newfoundland
A brief history on the Presbyterian Church and relations with Newfoundland.
Overview of the history of the Presentation Sisters in Newfoundland.
Wood Was First C of E Priest Ordained in Newfoundland
A account of the life of Thomas Martin Wood (1807-1881), the first Church of England priest to be ordained in Newfoundland.
Religion and Politics, 1829-1850
About the relationship between religion and politics in Newfoundland from 1829-1850.
Religion in Stephenville
This article is about the role religion played in the development of Stephenville (then called Acadian Village).
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