Pipe Organs

“They were all in one place together.
And suddenly there came from the sky a noise like a strong driving wind,
and it filled the entire house in which they were.”
—Acts 2:1–2



Rushing wind—the Holy Spirit—marked the gathering of the Church at Pentecost. The organ similarly “gathers” the many wind streams in its pipes into a mellifluous sound in praise of God.

The Cathedral will soon have the last of three new pipe organs. Two instruments are already in use: the portable continuo organ and the choir organ. A magnificent gallery organ will be installed above the entrance of the church in April 2024. Juget-Sinclair Organbuilders of Montreal built the new pipe organs.

More information about the instruments is available here:

  • Continuo organ: https://juget-sinclair.com/opus-53/
  • Choir organ: https://juget-sinclair.com/opus-54/
  • Gallery organ: https://juget-sinclair.com/opus-55/





Donations to the pipe organ project can be made through the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart Foundation: https://secure.myvanco.com/L-Z35K/home.