Diocese of

Saint-Jérôme–Mont-Laurier

Canada Canada

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Continent: North America

Rite: Roman (Latin)

Type: Diocese Diocese

Name: Saint-Jérôme–Mont-Laurier (français) / Sancti Hieronymi Terræbonæ–Montis Laurei (Latin)

Ecclesiastical Province: Montréal

Depends on: Dicastery for Bishops

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Celebrations

Patron Saint: Saint Jerome (September 30)

Cathedral Dedication Anniversary: May 13 (1978)

Liturgical Calendar 📅

History

Contact Info

Address: C.P. 580, 355 rue Saint-Georges, Saint-Jérôme, QC J7Z 5A9, Canada

Phone: +1 (450) 432-9742

Present Prelates

Bishop (2022.06.01 – ...):Bishop Raymond Poisson (65)Bishop Raymond Poisson (65)

Ordinaries

Bishops of Saint-Jérôme–Mont-Laurier (Roman Rite)

Bishop Raymond Poisson (65)Bishop Raymond Poisson (65)
(2022.06.01 – ...)

Bishop of Saint-Jérôme–Mont-Laurier (Canada)

Adspicientes in Jesum / Les yeux fixés sur Jésus

Born:1958.04.30 (Saint-Hyacinthe, QC, Canada)
Ordained Priest:1983.12.09
Consecrated Bishop:2012.06.15

Priest of Saint-Jean–Longueuil (Canada) (1983.12.09 – 2012.05.01)

Titular Bishop of Gegi (2012.05.01 – 2015.09.08)

Auxiliary Bishop of Saint-Jérôme (Canada) (2012.05.01 – 2015.09.08)

Bishop of Joliette (Canada) (2015.09.08 – 2018.05.18)

Coadjutor Bishop of Saint-Jérôme (Canada) (2018.05.18 – 2019.05.21)

Bishop of Saint-Jérôme (Canada) (2019.05.21 – 2022.06.01)

Vice-President of Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (2019.09.28 – 2021.09.27)

Bishop of Mont-Laurier (Canada) (2020.06.01 – 2022.06.01)

President of Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (2021.09.27 – 2023.09.28)

Bishop of Saint-Jérôme–Mont-Laurier (Canada) (2022.06.01 – ...)

Bishops of Saint-Jérôme (Roman Rite)

Bishop Raymond Poisson (65)Bishop Raymond Poisson (65)
(2019.05.21 – 2022.06.01)

(see above)

Bishop Pierre Joseph Paul Morissette (79)Bishop Pierre Joseph Paul Morissette (79)
(2008.07.03 – 2019.05.21)

Bishop emeritus of Saint-Jérôme (Canada)

Avec l’Évangile du Christ

Born:1944.11.22 (Thetford-Mines, QC, Canada)
Ordained Priest:1968.06.08
Consecrated Bishop:1987.06.12

Priest of Québec (Canada) (1968.06.08 – 1987.02.27)

Titular Bishop of Mesarfelta (1987.02.27 – 1990.03.17)

Auxiliary Bishop of Québec (Canada) (1987.02.27 – 1990.03.17)

Bishop of Baie-Comeau (Canada) (1990.03.17 – 2008.07.03)

Vice-President of Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (2007.10 – 2009.10.23)

Bishop of Saint-Jérôme (Canada) (2008.07.03 – 2019.05.21)

President of Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (2009.10.23 – 2011.10.18)

Bishop Gilles Cazabon, O.M.I. (91)Bishop Gilles Cazabon, O.M.I. (91)
(1997.12.27 – 2008.07.03)

Bishop emeritus of Saint-Jérôme (Canada)

Notre espérance est dans le Dieu vivant

Born:1933.04.05 (Sault Sainte Marie, ON, Canada)
Ordained Priest:1960.06.11
Consecrated Bishop:1992.06.29

Bishop of Timmins (Canada) (1992.03.13 – 1997.12.27)

Bishop of Saint-Jérôme (Canada) (1997.12.27 – 2008.07.03)

Bishop Charles-Omer Valois
(1977.06.10 – 1997.01.22)

Assidus à la prière et au service de la parole

Born:1924.04.24 (Montréal, QC, Canada)
Ordained Priest:1950.06.03
Consecrated Bishop:1977.06.29
Died:2013.08.04 († 89)

Bishop of Saint-Jérôme (Canada) (1977.06.10 – 1997.01.22)

Bishop Bernard Hubert
(1971.06.25 – 1977.01.27)

Notre salut est objet d’espérance

Born:1929.06.01 (Beloeil, QC, Canada)
Ordained Priest:1953.05.30
Consecrated Bishop:1971.09.12
Died:1996.02.02 († 66)

Bishop of Saint-Jérôme (Canada) (1971.06.25 – 1977.01.27)

Coadjutor Bishop of Saint-Jean-de-Québec (Canada) (1977.01.27 – 1978.05.03)

Bishop of Saint-Jean-de-Québec (Canada) (1978.05.03 – 1982.02.27)

Bishop of Saint-Jean–Longueuil (Canada) (1982.02.27 – 1996.02.02)

President of Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (1985 – 1987)

Bishop Émilien Frenette
(1951.07.05 – 1971.06.11)

Caritas pro fide

Born:1905.05.06 (Canada)
Ordained Priest:1931.05.30
Consecrated Bishop:1951.09.12
Died:1983.03.03 († 77)

Bishop of Saint-Jérôme (Canada) (1951.07.05 – 1971.06.11)

Former Prelates

Special Churches

Churches by City (82)

Pembroke (↙), Ottawa–Cornwall (↙), Gatineau (←), Rouyn-Noranda (↖), Amos (↑), Joliette (↗), Montréal (↘)

Statistics (2021.12.31)

Area: 22,084 km²

Population: 500,732 Catholics (64.3% of 778,476 total)

Pastoral Centres: 45 parishes

Personnel: 85 priests (74 diocesan, 11 religious), 19 deacons, 71 religious (14 brothers, 57 sisters)

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