Bishop Frederick HenryBorn: April 11, 1943.
Ordained to the priesthood: May 25, 1968.
- 1968 - 1970 Associate Pastor, Christ the King Parish, Windsor, ON.
- 1970 - 1973 Post Graduate Studies: University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana - M.A. Philosophy.
- Gregorian University, Rome, Italy - Licentiate in Theology.
- 1973 - 1986 Associate Professor of Theology and Philosophy at St. Peter's Seminary.
- 1973 - 1981 Group Spiritual Director, St. Peter's Seminary.
- 1981 - 1986 Rector of St. Peter's Seminary.
- April 18, 1985 Named Honorary Prelate, with title, "Monsignor".
- April 23, 1986 Appointed Auxiliary Bishop of London and Titular Bishop of Carinola, Italy.
- June 24, 1986 Episcopal Ordination at St. Peter's Cathedral, London.
- March 24, 1995 Named Bishop of Thunder Bay, ON.
- May 11, 1995 Installed as the fourth Bishop of Thunder Bay, ON.
- January 16, 1998 Named Bishop of Calgary, AB.
- March 19, 1998 Installed as the seventh Bishop of Calgary, AB.
- Former Chairman of Episcopal Commission on Christian Education of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) and member of the Management Committee for the National Office of Religious Education.
- Canadian Delegate to 1990 Synod of Bishops - On the Formation of Priests in the Circumstances of the Present Day.
- Former Liaison Bishop to the English-speaking Seminary Rectors (CCCB).
- Liaison Bishop to Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities of Canada.
- Representative of the Holy See for the Apostolic Visitation of Canadian Seminaries.
- Member of the Executive Committee of the Ontario Conference of Catholic Bishops (OCCB).
- Member of the OCCB Education Commission.
- Member of the OCCB Health/Medical Ethics Committee.
- Member of the Board of Directors of the Catholic Health Association of Ontario.
- Member of the Board of Directors of Catholic Church Extension Society.
- Member of the Executive and National Council of Development and Peace (CCCB).
- Chairman of the Social Affairs Commission (OCCB).
- Member of the Board of Directors of Southdown.