|Cardinal, Archbishop of Montreal|
|Installed||April 20, 1968|
|Term ended||March 17, 1990|
|Other posts||Auxiliary Bishop of Montreal|
|Ordination||May 22, 1937|
|Created Cardinal||June 28, 1988|
October 24, 1911|
Viauville, Montreal, Quebec
|Died||October 30, 1993(aged 82)|
Paul Grégoire, OC (October 24, 1911 – October 30, 1993) was a Canadian Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church. He served as Archbishop of Montreal from 1968 to 1990, and was elevated to the cardinalate in 1988.
Paul Grégoire was born in Viauville, Montreal, to J. Albert Grégoire and Marie Lavoie, but his family moved to Verdun shortly after his birth. He had two younger brothers, but his parents later adopted nine of his cousins. He studied at the Minor Seminary of St. Thérèse in Blainville from 1925 to 1933, and then at the Major Seminary of Montréal from 1933 to 1937, where he obtained a licentiate in theology. He was ordained a priest on May 22, 1937, and then taught at St. Thérèse in Blanville until 1939. From 1939 to 1942, he furthered his studies at the University of Montréal, where he earned doctorates in philosophy and history, licentiate in letters, and diploma in pedagogy.
In 1979, he was made an Officer of the Order of Canada.
|Consecrated by:||Paul-Émile Léger|
|Bishop||Date of consecration|
|Leonard James Crowley (Titular Mons in Numidia, Auxiliary Montreal)||February 8, 1971|
|Gérard Tremblay (Titular Trisipa, Auxiliary Montreal)||March 20, 1981|
|Jude Saint-Antoine (Titular Scardona, Auxiliary Montreal)||March 20, 1981|
|Jean-Claude Turcotte (Titular Suas, Auxiliary Montreal)||14 April 1982|
|Gilles Lussier (Titular Augurus, Auxiliary Saint-Jérôme)||December 23, 1988|
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