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St. Ignatius/Immaculate Conception

Visit our "Images of Faith" museum located in the basement of Ste. Anne Church. The displays highlight the religious history of Mackinac and are open to the public during the spring, summer and fall seasons. Baptismal, marriage and death records date back to 1695 and show the settlement of Mackinac Island through its local and immigrant populations.

Museum Displays

This important piece of historical reference also enlightens the reader to the the development of catholicism in America through the work of dedicated Jesuits and devoted catholic immigrants.

To obtain a copy of the Mackinac Register on CD Rom, please contact the parish directly.

Images of Faith
Church bell at Ste. Anne from approximately the 1830s until 1874.


Brother Jim Boynton, S.J. displaying the Marquette chalice

Painting of Ste. Anne

Painting of Ste. Anne given to the Parish by Bishop Baraga

Religious Articles

Religious Articles of the late 1800s from Mackinac Residents

Vestments

The Vestments of Father William Gagnieur, S.J., among the last of the itinerant Jesuit missionaries to the Native Americans

Religious Articles

Religious Articles used at Ste. Anne in the early 1900s

Baptismal Font

Baptismal Font from before the renovation

Early Book of Church Law

Early book of Church Law, and Brandy Bottle, showing the conflict between the Church and the fur trade

Early French Map

Early French map of the Great Lakes

Altar Cards

Altar Cards used before Vatican II

 

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