Rev. Alexander Carter
1909-2002

From: "Canadian Who's Who 1986"
Ed. Kieran Simpson, University of Toronto Press, 1986


CARTER, Most Rev. Alexander, B.A., L.Th., J.C.L., LL.D. (R. C.); bishop. 

Born Montreal, Que. 16 Apr. 1909; son of Thomas J. Carter and Mary (Kelty) Carter. Educated at St. Patrick's School (Grad. 1924); College de Montreal (Grad. 1930); Semy. of Philosophy, B.A. 1932; Grand Semy. of Theol., L.Th. 1936; Appolinaris Law School, Rome, J.C.L. 1939; Laurentian University, LL.D. (hon. causal 1962; BISHOP OF SAULT STE. MARIE 1958- ; Chancellor, University of Sudbury; Vice-Chancellor, Montreal, 1940-46; Chancellor, Winnipeg,1946-47; Vice-officials Matrimonial Tribunal, Montreal, 1948-53; Parish Priest, Holy Family, Montreal, 1953-57; President, Canadian Catholic Conference of Bishops 1967-69; member Secretariat for Non-Believers 1967-73; member Vanier Institute of the Family; National Director, Pontifical Mission-Aid Societies for Canada 1971-77; President, Ontario Catholic Conference of Bishops 1977-81; Chairman CCCB Episcopal Commission for the Laity 1978-83.

Publication: "Answers"
Recreations: fishing, hunting 
Address: 480 McIntyre, North Bay, Ont. PIB 2Z4


See Also: 
His brother Cardinal Gerald Emmett Carter


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