Top 20 Religious Leader celebrities in Canada
Here is the latest list of the world's top 20 Religious Leader celebrities [Updated June 2, 2023].
Paul S. Morton was born
on July 30, 1950
His music singles include "Let It Rain" and "I'm Still Standing"; he also recorded an album called Crescent City Fire.
Net Worth 2020: $10 Million
Gerald Bray was born
on November 16, 1948
He taught at Alabama's Beeson Divinity School and, later, at the Knox Theological Seminary in Florida.
Patrick William Riordan was born
on August 27, 1841
in Chatham, Canada.
He was serving as Archbishop of San Francisco during the city's devastating 1906 earthquake. Following the disaster, he offered prayers and comfort to San Francisco residents who had lost their homes.
Marc Ouellet was born
on June 8, 1944
A world traveler and student of languages, he is fluent in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian and German.
James Macdonald was born
on October 4, 1960
He began broadcasting on Walk in the Word, a Bible teaching radio program in 1997.
Clarendon Worrell was born
on July 20, 1853
He was unanimously elected to the position of Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada.
Aimee Semple McPherson was born
on October 9, 1890
The Foursquare Church, which she founded, now has over 8 Million members.
Richard John Neuhaus was born
on May 14, 1936
He was an outspoken advocate of the pro-life position on abortion.
Clarence Wiseman was born
on June 19, 1907
He published his autobiography, A Burning in My Bones, in 1980.
Erwin Lutzer was born
on October 3, 1941
He published more than two dozen Christian-themed books, including One Minute After You Die: A Preview of Your Final Destination and Failure: The Back Door to Success.
Joseph Owens was born
on April 17, 1908
He was the author of nine books and almost 150 academic papers throughout his career.