Monseigneur Louis Corriveau
Bishop Louis Corriveau, a native of Sainte-Marie-de-Beauce, entered the Grand Séminaire de Québec to prepare for the priesthood in 1983. He was ordained on June 16, 1990 for the Archdiocese of Quebec. He started as a vicar and then pastor in various parishes. To know more about our chaplain, click here.
A word about the departure of our latest chaplain:
It is with regret that last fall, Bishop Luc Bouchard announced to me that he had to leave the Federation of Pueri Cantores Canada. Since 2014, Bishop Bouchard has been our chaplain. During this journey, he supported us by his interviews offered to general assemblies, by his quality of presence during the major events of the Pueri Cantores, among others during the tour of the Choir of Pueri Cantores Canada in Toronto in 2016, during the tour American PCTR, at the international congress in Barcelona in 2018. Her sound advice has always supported me in my role as president, and I was very saddened by her departure. He made me observe the office of a bishop in his diocese and taught me that a bishop cannot retire before the age of 75. I understand that there comes a time when, in order to fulfill your mandate well, you have to preserve your health. So it is for this reason that he leaves us, not without regret. Faithful to our dear little singers, he "recruited" Mgr Louis Corriveau, new bishop of Joliette (previously auxiliary bishop in Quebec) who accepted with pleasure this new function. In another publication, I will have the pleasure to introduce you to Bishop Louis Corriveau. On your behalf, I would like to offer my most fraternal thanks to our dear Bishop Bouchard for his involvement, his interest and his loyalty. Let us unite in prayer so that he may continue his invaluable work as a pastor at the Bishop of Trois-Rivières.