Diocese of

Prince Albert

Canada Canada

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Continent: North America

Rite: Roman (Latin)

Type: Diocese Diocese

Name: Prince Albert (English) / Prince-Albert (français) / Principis Alberten(sis) (Latin)

Ecclesiastical Province: Regina

Depends on: Dicastery for Bishops

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Celebrations

Patron Saint: Sacred Heart of Jesus (moveable)

Cathedral Dedication Anniversary: June 15 (1980)

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History

Contact Info

Address: 1415 - 4th Avenue West, Prince Albert, SK S6V 5H1, Canada

Phone: +1 (306) 922-4747

Present Prelates

Bishop (2021.03.25 – ...):Bishop Stephen Andrew Hero (54)Bishop Stephen Andrew Hero (54)

Ordinaries

Bishops of Prince Albert (Roman Rite)

Bishop Stephen Andrew Hero (54)Bishop Stephen Andrew Hero (54)
(2021.03.25 – ...)

Bishop of Prince Albert (Canada)

Deus solo

Born:1969.12.19 (Montréal, QC, Canada)
Ordained Priest:2000.06.29
Consecrated Bishop:2021.06.11

Priest of Edmonton (Canada) (2000.06.29 – 2021.03.25)

Bishop of Prince Albert (Canada) (2021.03.25 – ...)

Bishop Albert Thévenot, M. Afr. (78)Bishop Albert Thévenot, M. Afr. (78)
(2008.05.26 – 2021.03.25)

Bishop emeritus of Prince Albert (Canada)

ut vitam habeant

Born:1945.11.06 (Treherne, MB, Canada)
Ordained Priest:1980.08.02
Consecrated Bishop:2008.08.06

Bishop of Prince Albert (Canada) (2008.05.26 – 2021.03.25)

Bishop Blaise-Ernest Morand (91)Bishop Blaise-Ernest Morand (91)
(1983.04.09 – 2008.05.26)

Bishop emeritus of Prince Albert (Canada)

Dum spiro spero

Born:1932.09.12 (Tecumseh, ON, Canada)
Ordained Priest:1958.03.22
Consecrated Bishop:1981.06.29

Priest of London (Canada) (1958.03.22 – 1981.04.22)

Coadjutor Bishop of Prince Albert (Canada) (1981.04.22 – 1983.04.09)

Bishop of Prince Albert (Canada) (1983.04.09 – 2008.05.26)

Bishop Laurent Morin
(1959.02.28 – 1983.04.09)

Born:1908.02.14 (Montréal, QC, Canada)
Ordained Priest:1934.05.24
Consecrated Bishop:1955.10.30
Died:1996.12.31 († 88)

Titular Bishop of Arsamosata (1955.09.08 – 1959.02.28)

Auxiliary Bishop of Montréal (Canada) (1955.09.08 – 1959.02.28)

Bishop of Prince Albert (Canada) (1959.02.28 – 1983.04.09)

Bishop Léo Blais
(1952.07.04 – 1959.02.28)

Born:1904.04.28 (USA)
Ordained Priest:1930.06.14
Consecrated Bishop:1952.08.28
Died:1991.01.21 († 86)

Bishop of Prince Albert (Canada) (1952.07.04 – 1959.02.28)

Auxiliary Bishop of Montréal (Canada) (1959.03.18 – 1971.05.11)

Titular Bishop of Hieron (1959.03.18 – 1991.01.21)

Bishop Reginald Duprat, O.P.
(1938.03.17 – 1952.06.29)

Libere recta

Born:1877.08.28 (Canada)
Ordained Priest:1904.02.14
Consecrated Bishop:1938.05.31
Died:1954.02.13 († 76)

Bishop of Prince Albert (Canada) (1938.03.17 – 1952.06.29)

Titular Bishop of Tremithus (1952.06.29 – 1954.02.13)

Bishop Joseph-Henri-Jean-Marie Prud’homme
(1933.06.09 – 1937.01.29)

Ut sint unum

Born:1882.09.09 (Canada)
Ordained Priest:1904.10.09
Consecrated Bishop:1921.10.28
Died:1952.01.05 († 69)

Bishop of Prince Albert–Saskatoon (Canada) (1921.06.16 – 1933.06.09)

Bishop of Prince Albert (Canada) (1933.06.09 – 1937.01.29)

Titular Bishop of Saldæ (1937.01.29 – 1952.01.05)

Bishops of Prince Albert–Saskatoon (Roman Rite)

Bishop Joseph-Henri-Jean-Marie Prud’homme
(1921.06.16 – 1933.06.09)

(see above)

Bishops of Prince Albert (Roman Rite)

Bishop Albert Pascal, O.M.I.
(1907.12.02 – 1920.07.12)

In verbo autem laxabo rete

Born:1848.08.03 (France)
Ordained Priest:1873.11.01
Consecrated Bishop:1891.06.28
Died:1920.07.12 († 71)

Titular Bishop of Mosynopolis (1891.06.02 – 1907.12.02)

Vicar Apostolic of Saskatchewan (Canada) (1891.06.02 – 1907.12.02)

Bishop of Prince Albert (Canada) (1907.12.02 – 1920.07.12)

Vicars Apostolic of Saskatchewan (Roman Rite)

Bishop Albert Pascal, O.M.I.
(1891.06.02 – 1907.12.02)

(see above)

Former Prelates

Special Churches

Churches by City (89)

Edmonton (←), Saint-Paul (↖), Keewatin–Le Pas (↗), Regina (↘), Winnipeg (↘), Saskatoon (↓)

Statistics (2021.12.31)

Area: 118,000 km²

Population: 30,620 Catholics (14.0% of 219,070 total)

Pastoral Centres: 81 parishes, 3 missions

Personnel: 35 priests (30 diocesan, 5 religious), 11 deacons, 40 religious (5 brothers, 35 sisters), 2 seminarians

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