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Canada 150 - The Legacy Of Bishop Michael Power, The First Bishop of Toronto

July 21, 2017
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It's Canada’s 150th anniversary and for the next year, we Canadians are celebrating the sesquicentennial anniversary of Canadian Confederation.
You can’t talk about the Catholic Church’s contribution to Canada over the past 150 years without talking about the first Catholic Bishop of Toronto, Bishop Michael Power.
Archbishop Cardinal Thomas Collins takes a moment to talk to us at the crypt chapel underneath St. Michael's Cathedral Basilica , about the legacy of this great man to Toronto and to Canadians, and why the Archdiocese of Toronto is working towards his beatification.

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