Upfront with the Archbishop

Residential Schools and Priesthood w/ Fr. Cristino Bouvette (Part 1)

May 24, 2022 Catholic Archdiocese of Edmonton Season 1 Episode 3
Upfront with the Archbishop
Residential Schools and Priesthood w/ Fr. Cristino Bouvette (Part 1)
Show Notes

In a special two part series, we sit down with Fr. Cristino Bouvette to talk about the legacy of the Canadian residential schools, the Church's relationship with Indigenous people, and Fr. Cristino's own perspective on the past year as an Indigenous Catholic priest.

Fr. Cristino Bouvette is a born and raised Albertan ordained for the Diocese of Calgary on June 22, 2012. He served as a seminarian and associate pastor in a number of parishes before taking up his current role as Vicar for Vocations and Young Adults in July, 2017. Since then he has helped to establish the St. Francis Xavier Chaplaincy for university students and young adults in the Diocese of Calgary. He oversees that growing project based out of St. Mary's Cathedral.

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Upfront with the Archbishop is a weekly podcast seeking to bridge the gap between the hierarchy and the faithful by discussing the beauty, truth, and challenges of our Catholic faith. The podcast features our host Jenny Connelly, as well as Archbishop Richard Smith, of the Catholic Archdiocese of Edmonton Alberta.

Produced by Matthew Bodnarek