Roman Catholic Archbishops of Toronto

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This is a list of the Roman Catholic Archbishops of Toronto.

The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Toronto (Latin: Torontinus) was created out of the Diocese of Kingston (and within the Metropolitan Archdiocese of Québec) December 17, 1841.

Michael Power replaced Bishop Rémi Gaulin, the Bishop of Kingston, as the new head of the diocese of Toronto.

On March 18, 1870, it became an Archdiocese. There are 1.6 million Catholics worshiping in 223 parishs in the Archdiocese, in Toronto itself, York Region, Peel Region, Simcoe County, Dufferin County, and Durham Region. The current archbishop is Thomas Christopher Collins. The cathedral church is St. Michael's Cathedral.

Bishops of Toronto[edit]

Archbishops of Toronto[edit]

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Religious titles
Preceded by
Head of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Toronto
1870–present
Succeeded by