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Biographies of Sulpician bishops

Biographies of Sulpician Bishops
Throughout the history of the Province of Canada of the Company of the Priests of Saint Sulpice, many Sulpicians have become bishops of various local churches. Here is an alphabetical list of these persons. You can read some of their biographies that are marked by hypertext links. The biographies that exist only in French are identified by the symbol |fr|. Some biographies are still at the stage of creation.


H. Exc. Rodrigo Arango Velásquez
(1925-2008)

auxiliary bishop of Medellín (1981); bishop of Buga (1985)

H. Exc. Louis-Armand Champion de Cicé1, 2 |fr|
(1650-1727)

apostolic vicar of Siam (1701)

H. Exc. Armand-François-Marie de Charbonnel1, 2 |fr|
(1802-1891)

2nd bishop of Toronto (1850)

H. Exc. Pierre-Herman Dosquet1, 2 |fr|
(1691-1777)

4th bishop of Québec (1733)

Fr. Patrick Dowd1 |fr|
(1813-1891)

coadjutor elect of Toronto (1852)

Fr. Nicolas Dufresne1 |fr|
(1789-1863)

coadjutor elect of Québec (1824); coadjutor elect of Montréal (1834)

H. Exc. Héctor Epalza
(1940- )

bishop of Buenaventura (2004)

Cardinal Édouard Gagnon1
(1918-2007)

bishop of Saint Paul (1969); president of the Pontifical Council for the Family and cardinal (1985)

H. Exc. Lionel Gendron
(1944- )

auxiliary bishop of Montréal (2006); bishop of Saint-Jean-Longueuil (2010)

Most Rev. Alberto Giraldo
(1934- )

auxiliary bishop of Popayán (1974); bishop of Chiquinquirá (1977); bishop of Cúcuta (1984); archbishop of Popayán (1991); archbishop of Medellín (1996)

Most Rev. Émilius Goulet
(1933- )

archbishop of Saint Boniface (2001)

H. Exc. Pierre-Saburo Hirata
(1913-2007)

bishop of Oïta (1962); bishop of Fukuoka (1969)

Fr. John Larkin1, 2 |fr|
(1801-1858)

coadjutor elect of Kingston (1832); bishop elect of Toronto (1848)

H. Exc. Jean-Jacques Lartigue1 |fr|
(1777-1840)

1st bishop of Montréal (1836)

Cardinal Paul-Émile Léger1
(1904-1991)

archbishop of Montréal (1950); cardinal (1952)

Fr. Étienne Montgolfier1 |fr|
(1712-1791)

bishop elect of Québec (1763); coadjutor elect of Québec (1784)

H. Exc. Michael O’Farrell1, 2 |fr|
(1832-1894)

1st bishop of Trenton, New-Jersey (1881)

Cardinal Marc Ouellet1
(1944- )

bishop and secretary of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity (2001); archbishop of Québec and Primate of the Church of Canada (2002); cardinal (2003); prefect of the Congregation for Bishops (2010)

H. Exc. Patrick Phelan1  |fr|
(1795-1857)

coadjutor bishop of Kingston (1843); 3rd bishop of Kingston (1857)

H. Exc. Pierre-Adolphe Pinsoneault1, 2 |fr|
(1815-1883)

1st bishop of London (1856)

Fr. Joseph-Vincent Quiblier1 |fr|
(1796-1852)

coadjutor elect of Québec (1833)

Most Rev. Joseph-Mitsuaki Takami
(1946- )

auxiliary bishop of Nagasaki (2002); archbishop of Nagasaki (2003)

H. Exc. Gérard Tremblay1
(1918- )

auxiliary bishop of Montréal (1981)

Most Rev. Émile Yelle1
(1893-1947)

coadjutor archbishop of Saint Boniface (1933)

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  1. We are thankful to Mr. Claude Wilson, editor, for his kind authorization of November 2, 2009 to publish excerpts of Dictionnaire biographique des évêques catholiques du Canada. Les diocèses catholiques canadiens des Églises latine et orientales et leurs évêques. Repères chronologiques et biographiques (1658-2002) of Fr. Jean LeBlanc (Montréal, Wilson et Lafleur, 2002, 881 p.). We are equally thankful for the precious collaboration of Fr. Rolland Litalien, PSS in the realization of this project.
  2. This priest was no longer a member of the Society at the time of his nomination.

ed @ Peter Krasuski Source http://www.sulpc.org/ed/evsulpc_liste_en.html

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