History

ARCHDIOCESE OF SAINT BONIFACE (Manitoba)

Dates
1820 Erected in the Red River Episcopal District       
1845  North West Vicariate Apostolic
1847 (June 4) Suffragan Diocese of Quebec
1871 (September 22) Metropolitan Seat
  Succession of Bishops & Archbishops
1822-1847 Mgr Joseph-Norbert PROVENCHER, auxiliary bishop of Quebec, responsible for the North West Vicariate Apostolic         
1847-1853 Mgr Joseph-Norbert PROVENCHER (1st bishop)
1853-1871 Mgr Alexandre-Antonin TACHÉ, OMI (2nd bishop)
1871-1894 Mgr Alexandre-Antonin TACHÉ,OMI (1st archbishop)
1857-1871 Mgr Vital-Justin GRANDIN, OMI, coadjutor with right of succession, transferred to Saint Albert (1871-1902)   
1895-1915 Mgr Louis-Philippe Adélard LANGEVIN (2nd archbishop)
1915-1955 Mgr Arthur BÉLIVEAU (3rd archbishop)
1933-1941 Mgr Émile YELLE, PSS, coadjutor with right of succession, deceased in 1947
1941-1952 Mgr Georges CABANA, coadjutor with right of succession, promoted coadjutor of Sherbrooke, with right of succession, on January 29, 1952
1952-1954 

 Mgr Maurice BAUDOUX, coadjutor with right of succession

1955-1974 Mgr Maurice BAUDOUX (4th archbishop)
1974-2000 Mgr Antoine HACAULT (5th archbishop
2001-2009 Mgr Émilius GOULET, PSS (6th archbishop)
2009 (depuis)

Mgr Albert LeGatt  (7th archbishop)

Chronological History of the Diocese of Saint Boniface

To read the Chronological History of the Diocese (in French), click on 'Centre du patrimoine'.

1st row:

Mgr Provencher, Mgr Taché, Mgr Langevin

2nd row:

Mgr Béliveau, Mgr Yelle, Mgr Cabana

 3rd row:

Mgr Baudoux, Mgr Hacault, Mgr Goulet

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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