Quebec AM | Dec 26, 2012 | 4:46

Midnight Mass in the Gaspé

Tonight, churches of many Christian denominations across the province are preparing for one of their busiest services - Midnight Mass. The parish of Notre-Dame des Saint-Anges Catholic Church of New Richmond is no different. One of their regular parishioners is Lucy Jane Campbell. She told us why this once-a-year event is particularly important to her, and people in her part of the province.

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