St. Ignatius Mission, Saint Ignatius

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The St. Ignatius Mission is a landmark Roman Catholic mission founded at its present location, St. Ignatius, Montana, in 1854 by Father Pierre-Jean De Smet and Father Adrian Hoecken. The current mission church was built between 1891 and 1893, and listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1973.

The mission church serves the St. Ignatius parish within the Missoula Deanery of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Helena.
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  • Very disappointed the Mission was not open due to restoration going on inside. However, the outside was absolutely beautiful. I walked the grounds where there is a log cabin built in 1854 that served....  more »
  • When we arrived, we went to the two small houses. One was selling crosses and some clothing. There were also clothing of American Indians and how they lived. There were lots to see about the...  more »

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