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Pichette publishes Cathedral history

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Robert Pichette talked to Vanessa Blanch about Monday's launch of his 287-page history of the Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption Cathedral in Moncton. The book's publishing comes at a crucial junction in the building's history. Crucial renovations are needed, but so far, there's no money to pay for them. BTW, you can win a signed copy of this book. To enter, tell us the story of a memorable esperience you've had that's connected to that church. The book is called "La cath├ędrale Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption: Monument de la Reconnaissance" and is written in French.

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