A Multifaceted Leader for the Archdiocese of Quebec

Warm Reception for Bishop Juan Carlos Londoño in Archdiocese of Quebec

The Archdiocese of Quebec extends a heartfelt welcome to Bishop Juan Carlos Londoño, expressing eagerness to collaborate with him in serving the expansive and vibrant diocesan community.

Cardinal [Cardinal’s Full Name] conveyed the warm greeting, emphasizing the anticipation of fruitful collaboration with the newly appointed bishop.

Multilingual and Inclusive Leadership:

Bishop Londoño, proficient in Spanish, French, and English, brings a remarkable inclusivity to his role, as he is also well-versed in sign language.

Notably, he possesses basic knowledge of the Indigenous Mi’kmaq language, a valuable skill given the significant Mi’kmaq population in the Archdiocese of Quebec.

Biographical Highlights:

Born on April 3, 1974, in Medellín, Bishop Londoño underwent his formative education at the Seminario Conciliar de Medellin and the Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana, both located in his hometown. These educational institutions have contributed to shaping his journey towards becoming a bishop.

Service Record:

According to the Vatican, Bishop Londoño has previously served in various capacities within the Archdiocese of Medellin.

His roles included being the vicar at Nuestra Señora del Rosario Parish and a chaplain. Additionally, he served as the pastor of Saint-Camille de Lelis, Saint-Antoine Marie Claret, Notre-Dame des Cascapédia Pastoral Sector, and De la Rivière à la Montagne Pastoral Sector.

Collaborative Ministry:

Bishop Londoño will work in collaboration with Auxiliary Bishop Marc Pelchat, contributing to the leadership and spiritual guidance within the Archdiocese of Quebec.

Introduction to the Community:

The Archdiocese plans to introduce Bishop Londoño to the diocesan community through a live webcast on ECDQ.tv, scheduled for Tuesday.

This virtual introduction aims to familiarize the community with their new bishop and foster a sense of connection and unity.

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