Monday, December 31, 2012

Archbishop Miller conducts many activities in 2012

Intl. Eucharistic Congress in Dublin, Anglican conversions, St. Kateri’s canonization remembered
Archbishop J. Michael Miller, CSB, speaks at the International Eucharistic
Conference in Dublin, Ireland, June 13. Photo courtesy of
Alistair Burns reviews Archbishop J. Michael Miller, CSB's, 2012 in this B.C. Catholic article:
Archbishop Miller travelled far and wide in 2012, from every corner of the archdiocese to Rome and Dublin.
In February he attended “One Conference,” an annual event held at the Vancouver Convention Centre. The education of adult Catholics was first on the agenda.
In June the archbishop flew to the Emerald Isle for the 50th International Eucharistic Congress in Dublin, where he delivered a catechesis on “Priesthood and Ministry in the Service of Communion” (the entire speech can be read here).

June 30 was a unique day for the archbishop: he officially welcomed former Anglicans home, as 11 members of the Anglican Catholic Church of Canada came into the Roman Catholic Church during a Mass at Holy Rosary Cathedral.

The end of October provided an opportunity for the archbishop to declare archdiocesan goals for 2013. At the first annual Archbishop’s Dinner, held Oct. 25, he laid out his blueprint in front of a thousand Catholics gathered at the Hyatt Regency Hotel.
Read the full story at The B.C. Catholic website.

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