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Bishop-elect Mark Hagemoen makes a brief stop in Saskatoon after appointment announced - Installation will be celebrated Nov. 23, 2017

Mackenzie-Fort Smith Bishop Mark Hagemoen, who has been appointed bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Saskatoon, briefly visited his new diocese Sept. 20-21, for a number of meetings and orientation sessions. He met with priests and deacons from across the diocese for prayer and conversation in the Queen of Peace Chapel at the Cathedral of the Holy Family. Bishop Hagemoen will be installed as the eighth Bishop of Saskatoon on Thursday, Nov. 23 at the Cathedral of the Holy Family in Saskatoon.

Bishop Mark Hagemoen greets Colm Leyne, diocesan coordinator of Youth Ministry, during a coffee break – complete with a piece of Saskatoon berry pie – at the Catholic Pastoral Centre Sept. 21. After serving four years as bishop of the northern diocese of Mackenzie-Fort Smith, the Vancouver-born Hagemoen has been appointed as the eighth bishop of Saskatoon. The bishop-elect visited the diocese briefly Sept. 20-21 for a number of meetings and orientation sessions. A date for his installation has not yet been finalized.

 

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