Saving Places: Saving Places: The Church of the Holy Cross Video
Saving Places: The Church of the Holy Cross

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Saving Places: Saving Places: The Church of the Holy Cross (2010)

Episode 1
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In 1905, deep in the interior of British Columbia, 17 native woodcarvers built a church out of cedar – without power tools or architectural plans, but only some postcards of French cathedrals, given to them by the Oblate missionary priests. For 100 years, this magnificent all-wood cathedral has been the heart of the local native community.

But over time, the log foundation has shifted, cracked, and rotted. The Church of the Holy Cross, a National Historic Site, needs a new foundation before it falls down and is lost forever.

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Episodes

Saving Places: The Church of the Holy Cross Video
4
Episode 1 Saving Places: The Church of the Holy Cross
Saving Places: The Church of the Holy Cross (2010)
Episode 1
, 47 minutes
Without a new foundation, the Church of the Holy Cross will likely fall down. Before a cathedral falls in the forest, will anybody care?
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Saving Places: The Tilting Post Office Video
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Episode 2 Saving Places: The Tilting Post Office
Saving Places: The Tilting Post Office (2010)
Episode 2
, 47 minutes
Once the center of social life in this remote fishing village, the old post office is now falling apart. Could restoring the old post office keep the past – and the small town of Tilting - from fading away?
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Saving Places: Homer Watson House Video
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Episode 3 Saving Places: Homer Watson House
Saving Places: Homer Watson House (2010)
Episode 3
, 47 minutes
Homer Watson was a world-class painter – a Canadian national treasure whom history almost forgot. Now, the house where he lived – and where his artwork is preserved and shown – is in danger of falling apart.
Only available in United States

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