|Archbishop of Montreal|
9 October 1871|
|Died||31 August 1940(aged 68)|
Born in Montreal, Quebec, the son of François-Xavier Gauthier and Marie Généreux, he was ordained a Priest in 1894 and ordained a Bishop in 1912. On 20 September 1939, he was appointed the third Archbishop of Montreal and served until his death in 1940.
In 1917, he was appointed Vice-Rector of the Université Laval à Montréal and when it became an independent school in 1920 he served as the first rector until 1923.
- "Catholic-Hierarchy profile". Retrieved March 6, 2006.
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