St. Clement is a bilingual Catholic parish that makes its home in the St. Anne Catholic church in the Lowertown area, a heritage designated sanctuary dating back to 1873, one of the few surviving examples of the Quebecois style. The parish has taken up its residence here in recent years, after the local archbishop suggested the use of the previously closed church. It's an exquisitely beautiful church, particularly inside, where the interior feels light and airy, with gorgeous stained glass. I was passing by one Sunday in August, looking for a nearby location that features into children's literature. I noticed the service was over, and I popped in for a quick opportunity to take some photos. I have linked this one up over at Inspired Sunday.