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Bishop Gilles Cazabon named Vice President of Canadian Council of Churches

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cazabon.jpg(CCCB – Ottawa)…. Most Reverend Gilles Cazabon, O.M.I., Bishop Emeritus of Saint-Jérôme, was elected one of three Vice Presidents of the Canadian Council of Churches (CCC) during the recent meeting of its Governing Board, held in Ottawa.

Along with Bishop Cazabon, the CCC Executive for the next three years will comprise Rev. Bruce Adema, of the Christian Reformed Church, as President; Major Gillian Brown, of the Salvation Army, and Father John Jillions, of the Orthodox Church in America, also as Vice Presidents; and Mr Don Taylor of the Presbyterian Church in Canada, as Treasurer.

Also during the same meeting of the Governing Board, the Ukrainian Catholic Church in Canada was accepted as a full member of the CCC. The Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops has already been a full member since 1997.

The Canadian Council of Churches is the largest ecumenical body in Canada. Established in 1944, its members comprise 22 Churches and ecclesial communities, including Anglican, Orthodox and Oriental Orthodox, Protestant and Roman Catholics.

Last Updated on Friday, August 07 2009  
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Canada’s oldest diocese, the Archdiocese of Quebec, was established in 1674. Most Reverend François de Laval was its first Bishop.