Howard Johnson Park Villa Motel

751 Yonge Street, Midland, L4R 2E1, Canada
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MARTYRS' SHRINE

by LoriPori

The following is the contents of a plaque in front of the Church which reads:
"This Church dedicated to St. Joseph, Patron of the Martyrs and of Upper Canada, was built 1925-26 under the direction of Rev. J.M. Filion S.J., founder of MARTYRS' SHRINE. The original chapel of Ste. Marie was dedicated to St. Joseph."

SAINT JEAN DE BREBEUF

by LoriPori

A master of the Indian language, JEAN DE BREBEUF was the first Jesuit missionary in Huronia ( 1626 ).The Indians called him Echon. He founded mission outposts throughout the district and converted thousands to the faith.
Captured March 16, 1649, he was tortured for hours. He was martyred at St. Ignace, six miles from Ste. Marie at the age of 56

SAINT GABRIEL LALEMONT

by LoriPori

A Jesuit at the age of nineteen, SAINT GABRIEL LALEMONT was also a scholar and professor. After being in Canada for two years, he left for Huronia. After only seven months in Huronia he could speak the native tongue. For one month he was assistant to Jean De Brebeuf. He was martyred along with Brebeuf March 17, 1649 at Ste. Ignace.

Trumpeter Swan

by sim1


A closer look at the Trumpeter Swan. It looks so gracefull! The picture don't do it justice though. On a summers day the statue glitters in the sun and looks so beautiful, and even on this clouded winter day like today, with some snowflakes falling out of the air, you can see its grace.
From whatever angle you look it at, it is beautiful. It's almost real, although it clearly is a statue. But it is so well done, that it captures the essence of a swan in flight.

The Murals of Midland

by sim1


In Midland you can find murals everywhere in the downtown area. The murals are really fun to watch. In these Cultural tips I want to show you some of these murals. There area over 30 murals portraying the history of Midland. Hahaha, I won't bore you with all of them, so here is a small selection.

This first mural is located at the corner of King Street and Elizabeth Street and was painted by Fred Lenz in 1991. The mural shows Sainte-Marie Among the Hurons at the time when Jesuit missionaries lived at the site among the Huron Indian people. The time period is in the mid 1600s. For ten years Sainte-Marie flourished. It would be the home of all the French in the area. In 1649, the Huron Nation was scattering fearfully before the encroaching Iroquois. Tribal warfare intensified as the rivalry for the fur trade grew. Five priests met their death before the settlement was abandoned and burned.

333 King St.
Fred Lenz
1991

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Address: 751 Yonge Street, Midland, L4R 2E1, Canada