Vincent Foy

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Monsignor Vincent N. Foy (August 14, 1915 – March 13, 2017[1]) was a Canadian Roman Catholic cleric and theologian.

He consistently wrote and taught on the intrinsic evil of artificial contraception, and strongly upheld Pope Paul VI's encyclical Humanae vitae when the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops issued the Winnipeg Statement.

He was the head of Toronto's archdiocesan marriage tribunal.


  • Did Pope Paul Approve the Winnipeg Statement: A Search for Truth, Life Ethics Information Centre, Toronto (1997)


  1. ^ Swan, Michael (14 Mar 2017). ""Msgr. Vincent Foy, longest-serving priest in Toronto Archdiocese, dies at 101"". Catholic Register.

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