Illuminated Cross and Wayside Cros

Illuminated Cross and Wayside Crosses

This 45-foot (13,8 m) high, metal structure cross overviews the town of Saint-Frédéric, which makes it visible from far away. Built in 1950, it was blessed on June 9, 1951 by the parish priest Camille Morrisset as part of the town's hundredth anniversary celebrations. It was illuminated for the first time on December 24, 1951. As for wayside crosses, they reflect the faith of parishioners who came to pray around them during important celebrations.

Source: Town of Saint-Frédéric


Wayside Cross #1

Wayside cross located at 2080 Route 112.

Source: Jacques Harvey


Wayside Cross #2

Wayside cross located at 2032 Route 112

Source: Monique Bellemare


Wayside Cross #3

Wayside cross located at 2033 Route 112
From this point you can follow the heritage tour of the town of Tring-Jonction.

Source: Monique Bellemare


Wayside Cross #4

Wayside cross located at 700 Rang Saint-Pierre

Source: Claude Labrecque and Gérald Arbour


Wayside Cross #5

Wayside cross located at  387 Rang Saint-Louis.

Source: Gérald Arbour

Thank you for exploring Saint-Frédéric

Thank you for exploring the town of Saint-Frédéric with us!
Following this tour, you will find the heritage tour of the town of Tring-Jonction.
Project undertaken as part of the cultural development agreement.

Extract of
Saint-Frederic | MRC Beauce Centre Heritage Tour

Saint-Frederic | MRC Beauce Centre Heritage Tour image circuit

Presented by : Municipalité de Saint-Frédéric

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