Fonds CTK - Edmond Brochu fonds

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Edmond Brochu fonds

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FCA CTK

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  • [196- - 1975] (Creation)
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    Brochu, Edmond

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8 cm of textual records.

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(4 Aug 1927 - 30 Oct 1975)

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Fr. Edmond Brochu was born on 4 Aug 1927 in Colonsay, SK, to Albert Brochu and Laura Desrochers. He made his solemn profession on 4 Oct 1959 in Montreal and was ordained to the priesthood on 24 Aug 1960 in Saskatoon.

From 1960-1961, Fr. Edmond taught Pastoral Theology at Regina Cleri Major Seminary. In 1961, he moved to St. Francis Friary in Edmonton where he served in various capacities. Fr. Edmond was the assistant pastor of St. Francis Church; he taught at St. Anthony's College, Archbishop O'Leary high school, and St. Joseph's Composite high; was director of the Secular Franciscans in Edmonton. He led the Cursillo movement in Edmonton and was active in founding and maintaining the Vanier House.

In 1973, Fr. Edmond was appointed guardian of St. Francis Friary in Winnipeg and the Provincial director of the Secular Franciscans there. He was also chaplain for the Marymount Home for Girls and a team member for the Marriage Encounter Program.

Fr. Edmond died on 30 Oct 1975 in Winnipeg after an extended illness with cancer. He is buried in the Mount St. Francis cemetery in Cochrane.

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Fonds consists of personal records of Fr. Edmond Brochu. Records include his curriculum vitae, talks and meditations for various retreats, notes and papers on liturgy and theology, and personal reflections from retreats.

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Contains accession 10-15. No further accruals expected.

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