Adélard Langevin

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Louis Philippe Adélard Langevin
Archbishop of Saint-Boniface
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Adélard Langevin, 1895
Archdiocese Saint Boniface
Installed 1895
Term ended 1915
Predecessor Alexandre-Antonin Taché
Successor Arthur Béliveau
Personal details
Born (1855-08-23)August 23, 1855
Saint-Isidore, near La Prairie, Lower Canada
Died June 15, 1915(1915-06-15) (aged 59)
Montreal, Quebec

Louis Philippe Adélard Langevin (August 23, 1855 – June 15, 1915) was a Canadian Oblate priest and Archbishop of Saint-Boniface. He founded the La Liberté newspaper published in Manitoba on May 20, 1913.

Born in Saint-Isidore, near La Prairie, Lower Canada, he became Archbishop of Saint-Boniface in 1895.