The Coat of Arms

The Coat of Arms


The blue sky represents the African sky, which is usually full of stars.  One of them is
called the Nosoroma star.   It represents the child of God who reflects the presence of
The hilltop represents Bishop Thevenot’s home area of Manitoba with its wheat fields.
The green field represents the fertility of the African soil in some areas.
The sheaf of wheat represents Saskatchewan and the city of Prince Albert.…

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Autobiography: Most Rev. Albert Thévenot, M. Afr.

Autobiography: Most Rev. Albert Thévenot, M. Afr.


"To help our people rediscover Christ,
the Incarnate Word of God because we are all called to Holiness."


During a snowstorm on the 6th of November 1945, I entered this world as the eleventh of twelve children and found a noisy bunch upon my arrival. Though born in Treherne, Manitoba, I was raised in the neighbouring village of Somerset.


My parents were special to me. My mother shared…

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Appointment of Most Rev. Thévenot, M. Afr.

(From the CCCB website in Ottawa )
26 May 2008

On 26 May 2008, His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI accepted the resignation of Most Reverend Blaise Morand as Bishop of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, and appointed Father Albert Thévenot, M. Afr., as his successor.

At the time of his nomination, Bishop-elect Thévenot was the Provincial Superior for North America of the Missionaries of Africa (White Fathers), which is based in Montreal.…

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