The Archdiocese of Keewatin-Le Pas 
invites your contributions to assist with
the Education and Formation of
Lay Ministers for our Diocese through the establishment of the

Bishop Charlebois Bursary Fund

 

Bishop Ovide Charlebois was born on February 17th, 1862, and at the age of twenty entered the novitiate of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate. In 1887 he was ordained priest and sent to the missions of the West. For sixteen years he lived alone at Cumberland House working closely amongst the native people. Named Vicar Apostolic of Keewatin in 1910, he laboured at the difficult task of organizing his vast vicariate with humble yet indomitable patience and courage until he died a holy death on November 20, 1933. The archdiocese of Keewatin Le Pas was officially estabished in 1967.

This missionary archdiocese continues the legacy of Bishop Charlebois, in bringing the Good News to the people of a vast northern territory.  In the contemporary life of our church, the formation and preparation of laity continues to be a priority.  We invite your assistance in helping us reach our potential through your generous contributions.

Kindly forward your contributions to:
Bishop Charlebois Bursary Fund
Archdiocese of Keewatin-Le Pas
Box 270, The Pas Manitoba, R9A 1K4
Ph: (204) 623-6152 Fax: (204) 623-6121
Email: chancery@keepas.ca


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