Archbishop J. Michael Miller

Archbishop J. Michael Miller, CSB, joined the Providence Health Care Board/Society in 2008.

He has been shepherd of Vancouver’s 475,000 Catholics since January 2009, and prior to that was Coadjutor Archbishop assisting former archbishop Raymond Roussin. He has held a remarkable number of positions in the 36 years since his ordination, from university president to the Vatican’s secretary for Catholic education. In addition to teaching theology in seminaries in Mexico and Rome, he has served on the boards of schools, universities and health care institutions, as well as professional and public service organizations. He has received six honorary doctorates, and is a specialist on the papacy and modern papal teaching.

He has written seven books on topics ranging from the Holy See’s teaching on Catholic schools, to the development of the papacy and the encyclicals of Pope John Paul II. His book “The Holy See’s Teaching on Catholic Schools” is currently in use in the 45 schools of the Archdiocese.

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