Louis Joseph Napoléon Paul Bruchési
Louis Joseph Napoléon Paul Bruchési, (October 29, 1855 – September 20, 1939) was a Canadian prelate.
Ordained as a priest in 1878, he was appointed Archbishop in 1897. Both these appointments were in the Roman Catholic archdiocese of Montréal. The seat of the diocese is Mary, Queen of the World Cathedral in Montréal, Canada.
In all, Paul Bruchési was a priest for over 60 years and a bishop for 40 years. He succeeded Archbishop Édouard-Charles Fabre and was followed by Archbishop Georges Gauthier.