Archbishop Miller Coat of Arms

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Coat of Arms

Archbishop Miller adopted the motto Veritati Servire, a Latin phrase meaning “To Serve the Truth,” when he became a bishop in 2003.

Explanation of the Coat of Arms

Explanation of the Coat of Arms

The Book

  • Symbolizes the Word of God, which a bishop must proclaim and teach
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Archbishop Miller Biography

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Archbishop J. Michael Miller, CSBArchbishop J. Michael Miller, CSB

Archbishop Michael Miller, chief shepherd of Vancouver’s 430,000 Catholics since January 2009, has been part of the city’s religious landscape since 2007, when Pope Benedict XVI named him Coadjutor Archbishop. Born in Ottawa in 1946, Archbishop Miller... Read More

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The Archbishop

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The Most Reverend J. Michael Miller, CSB, is the present shepherd of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Vancouver.

Motto: Veritati Servire (To Serve the Truth) Archbishop of Vancouver: January 2, 2009 – present Coadjutor Archbishop: June 1, 2007 to January 2, 2009... Read More

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Seafarers

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Apostleship of the Sea - Port of Vancouver

Think of the Seafarers during Christmas

You are invited to extend an act of God's love to those sailors who will be spending their Christmas in Vancouver, away from their families.  Christmas gifts... Read More

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Contact Marriage Tribunal

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Contact

To arrange for a confidential appointment and to discuss your particular situation, please contact the Marriage Tribunal at 604 683 0281.

Marriage Tribunal

Archdiocese of Vancouver 4885 Saint John Paul II Way Vancouver BC V5Z 0G3 Phone: 604 683 0281 Fax: 604 683 4593 Email: tribunal(at)rcav.org... Read More

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Research Requests Sacramental Records

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Sacramental Records

Requesting Sacramental Records

The Archives of the Archdiocese of Vancouver holds microfilm backup tapes for security purposes only and they are NOT indexed. Requests for baptism, confirmation, or marriage records must be made in writing to the Parish at which the Sacrament took place. Parish addresses can be found in the following places: