Fonds CTK - Regina Cleri Major Seminary (Regina, SK) fonds

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Regina Cleri Major Seminary (Regina, SK) fonds

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  • Textual record
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  • Source of title proper: Title based on contents of the fonds.

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FCA CTK

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  • 1912, 1930-1976, 1992 (Creation)
    Creator
    Regina Cleri Major Seminary, Regina
    Place
    Regina, Saskatchewan

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1.3 m of textual and other materials.

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(1932 - 1975)

Biographical history

Regina Cleri Major Seminary was founded on 6 Jan 1932 and opened in 15 Sep 1932. It was established by Most Rev. J.C. McGuigan, Archbishop of Regina, at 2107 McIntyre street, Regina, Saskatchewan. The seminary was housed in what had been the Archbishop's residence, which was purchased by the Franciscans in 1931. The faculty included Director and prefect of studies, Archbishop Mcguigan; spiritual director, Father Celestin Joseph, OFM; professor of moral theology and prefect of discipline, Father Joseph Phelan; professor of dogma, Very Rev. Hadien Malo, OFM; professor of canon law, Very Rev. Dr. Frank Gerein; professor of sacred scripture, Rev. Father Antoine McGolrick. Courses available included dogmatic theology, moral theology, sacred scripture, canon law, church history, liturgy, ecclesiastical chant, spiritual theology, catechetics, social sciences. The Seminary was closed on 5 Jun 1965. The property was leased as a federal youth hostel for four months in 1974. On 18 Feb 1975, the building was sold and was later demolished.

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Fonds consists of records pertaining to the students and the administration of the Regina Cleri Major Seminary. Records include rules and statutes, Seminary chronicles, reports and newsletters, correspondence, student records, and photographs.

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Transferred from the Regina Cleri Major Seminary.

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  • Maintained arrangement of parts of the fonds that were previously processed and arranged by GW.
  • File F8B.150.17 reappraised, File F8B.151.9 refiled elsewhere.

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Restricted access to confidential records in student files.

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Contains accession 05.02. No further accruals expected.

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Previous number F8B.

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