According to experts, the St. Teresa of Avila Cathedral in Amos, built in 1922-1923 in the Romano-Byzantine style, is unique in North America. Its spherical dome and round, graceful lines make it a jewel of Greco-Roman art, hidden away in the Abitibi region.

This church is the work of the late Bishop Dudemaine, its first parish priest, and the architect Aristide Beaugrand-Champagne of Montreal.


Opening periods :
Open year round

Free admission without guide
Guided tours by appointment

Access to people with reduced mobility : Yes

Business hours

  • Monday to friday : 9 h to 12 h