Archbishop John Michael Miller CSB has been Archbishop to Vancouver’s 475,000 Catholics since January 2009. Born in Ottawa in 1946, Archbishop Miller was educated at the University of Toronto, the University of Wisconsin, USA, the University of St Michael’s College, Toronto and the Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome. A member of the Congregation of St Basil (the Basilian Fathers), he was ordained a priest by Pope Paul VI in 1975.
Archbishop Miller has worked in the Vatican’s Secretariat of State. In 2003, Pope John Paul II appointed him secretary of the Vatican’s Congregation for Catholic Education and vice president of the Pontifical Work of Priestly Vocations. He has served on the boards of schools, universities, health-care institutions, and professional and public service organisations.
|Title of event||Priesthood and Ministry in the Service of Communion|
|Description of event||Catechesis|
|Date of event||Wednesday 13th June|
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