St Theresa's Cathedral Parish

In 1915 a much loved and far-sighted Pastor of St. Theresa’s Parish purchased the land on Cedar Avenue upon which the Cathedral now stands. St. Theresa’s Church was opened in 1932 and was known at the time as the “Church of the Little Flower”. This church structure was built to replace St. Edward’s Church, which was located in Hamilton and which served as the first Catholic Parish in Hamilton established in 1859. When the Diocese of Hamilton in Bermuda was founded on 11th June 1967, St. Theresa’s Church became the Cathedral of the Diocese.

Rev. Paul S. Voisin, C.R. was born in Waterloo, Ontario on 14th August 1951. He joined the Congregation of the Resurrection after graduating from St. Jerome’s High School in Kitchener. Fr. Paul was ordained on 14th May 1977 by the late Bishop Brian L. Hennessy, C.R. When he first arrived in Bermuda he served as Pastor of St. Patrick’s Parish in Smith’s for three years and then on 15th August 2012, he was transferred to Theresa’s Cathedral when he currently serves as the Rector and the Vicar General for the Diocese.
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RECTOR:                                     Rev. Paul S. Voisin, C.R.

OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR:           Mrs. Christina DaCosta
                                                 (Monday-Friday: 10:30am – 4:30pm)

TELEPHONE:                               (441) 292-0607

FAX:                                           (441) 292-2477

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ADDRESS:                                   Cathedral of St. Theresa 
                                                  (Cnr of Cedar Avenue & Elliot Street, Hamilton)
                                                  P.O. Box HM 1191, Hamilton, HM EX)