The Maria-Goretti marquee is situated in an enchanting environment, superbly landscaped with gigantic fountains flowing into two immense water basins, used for the recovery of run-off water and for automatic watering of the flower beds.
You can enjoy this magnificent landscape both from inside the marquee or from the large comfortable terrace where you can relax.
- Every Sunday morning in the summer: coffee, cookies and pastries are served.
Upon reservation: you can welcome your guests for your funeral and commemorative events (a deceased relative, a reception after the funeral, a religious celebration, a family reunion). Regardless of the number of guests, you will have exclusive use of the premises. Our team will plan with you the course of your event so that it is successful and memorable. This country site will charm your guests!
- Available from May 1st to October 31st.
- Maximum capacity: 150 people
This small marquee, located near Masters and Companions, can accommodate 25 people. Upon reservation, you can welcome your guests for your funeral and commemorative events. You will have exclusive use of the premises. Our team will plan with you the course of your event so that it is successful and memorable.
- Under development
A place of gathering, meditation and celebration for families and friends. The chapel is located in the heart of the Porta del Paradiso mausoleum.
In homage to Saint Maria-Goretti:
The chapel was named Maria-Goretti, in homage to the "sweet little martyr of purity", Saint Maria-Goretti.
This saint is very important in the hearts of many Quebecers of all origins. From May 20 to June 5, 2012, for the very first time in its history, the reliquary of Saint Maria-Goretti left Italy for a pilgrimage through Québec and Ontario.
To mark this unique event, the Laval Cemetery organized a commemorative ceremony in honour of the Saint on May 20, 2012. Hundreds of pilgrims were able to gather in front of the reliquary displayed in the heart of the Porta del Paradiso mausoleum, which was officially inaugurated.
The logistics of the pilgrimage were generously provided by Magnus Poirier.