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Public Statements 2005
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31 Bill C-38 and Debate on Marriage: Letter from the CCCB President to Prime Minister of Canada Monday, February 14 2005
32 Hospitalization of Pope John Paul II: Prayers and best wishes on behalf of the Bishops of Canada Thursday, February 03 2005
33 Comments by the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops on Bill C-38, an act respecting certain aspects of legal capacity for marriage for civil purposes Wednesday, February 02 2005
34 Letter to Leader of the Conservative Party of Canada: The Catholic Bishops of Canada encourage Stephen Harper to maintain his position on the definition of marriage Monday, January 31 2005
35 Letter to Prime Minister Paul Martin: The Catholic Bishops of Canada stand united in their opposition to legislation that would redefine marriage Sunday, January 30 2005
36 Letter to Leader of Bloc Québécois Caucus, Gilles Duceppe: The Catholic Bishops of Canada stand united in their opposition to legislation that would redefine marriage Sunday, January 30 2005
37 Letter to Leader of NDP, Jack Layton: The Catholic Bishops of Canada stand united in their opposition to legislation that would redefine marriage Sunday, January 30 2005
38 Open letter on Canadian response to the tsunami disaster Monday, January 03 2005
39 Briefing Note for the Bishops of Canada Concerning Sanctuary for Refugees in Catholic Churches Monday, January 03 2005
 
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On January 13th 2010, Most Reverend Vincent Nguyen became Canada’s first Catholic Bishop of East Asian descent. He is the great-grandson of a Vietnamese Martyr.