Roman Catholic Diocese of Saskatoon

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Saskatoon (Latin: Dioecesis Saskatoonensis) (erected 9 June 1933 when the Diocese of Prince-Albert-Saskatoon was split) is a suffragan of the Archdiocese of Regina. The current bishop is Mark Hagemoen, following the appointment of the former diocesan bishop Donald Bolen as Archbishop of Regina by Pope Francis on July 11, 2016 . The Roman Catholic Diocese of Saskatoon is located in Saskatchewan, a civil province on the Canadian Prairies.

Diocese of Saskatoon

Dioecesis Saskatoonensis
St. Paul's Cathedral, Saskatoon.JPG
Location
CountryCanada
MetropolitanSaskatchewan
Population
- Catholics (including non-members)

95,600 (31.0%)
Information
DenominationRoman Catholic
RiteRoman Rite
Established9 June 1933
CathedralCathedral of the Holy Family
Co-cathedralSt. Paul's Co-Cathedral
Current leadership
PopeFrancis
BishopMark Hagemoen
Metropolitan ArchbishopDonald Bolen
Vicar GeneralKevin McGee
Website
saskatoonrcdiocese.com

BishopsEdit

OrdinariesEdit

Other priest of this diocese who became bishopEdit

  • Murray Chatlain, appointed Coadjutor Bishop of Mackenzie-Fort Smith, Northwest Territories in 2007

Territorial gainsEdit

Year From
1998 suppression of the Diocese of Gravelbourg
1998 suppression of the Territorial Abbey of Saint Peter-Muenster

ReferencesEdit

BibliographyEdit

  • "Diocese of Saskatoon". Catholic-Hierarchy. Retrieved 2007-03-15.[self-published source]

External linksEdit