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  • Secular Priests serving during WWII in 'CAF'

    Diocese/Archdiocese Military chaplains
    Montreal 17
    Quebec City 14
    Toronto 13
    Edmonton 10
    Ottawa 10
    Pembroke 10
    Winnipeg 10
    London 8
    Charlottetown 6
    Halifax 6
    Hamilton 6
    Regina 6
    Rimouski 6
    Valleyfield 6
    Joliette 5
    Moncton 5
    Sault-Ste-Marie 5
    Vancouver 5
    Antigonish 4
    Bathurst 4
    Kingston 4
    Saint-John (NB) 4
    Trois-Rivières 4
    Amos 3
    Calgary 3
    Gravelbourg 3
    Peterborough 3
    Saskatoon 3
    St. Hyacinthe 3
    Timmins 3
       
     Diocese/Archdiocese Military chaplains
    Amos 3
    Calgary 3
    Alexandria 2
    Chicoutimi 2
    Nelson 2
    Nicolet 2
    Prince Albert 2
    Victoria 2
    St. Boniface 1
    Saint-Jean (QC) 1
    Saint John’s (NL) 1
    Sherbrooke 1
    Gaspé 0
    Ukrainian Rites 3
    Canadian clerics abroad 5
    Total: 219
  • Data Info taken from

    Fighting for the Chaplains:
    Bishop Charles Leo Nelligan and the Creation of the Canadian Chaplain Service
    (Roman Catholic), 1939-1945
     
    by Author: Yves Yvon J. PELLETIER
    CCHA Historical Studies, 72 (2006), 95-123
  • Religious Orders serving in 'CAF' during WWII

    Congregation of the Most Holy Redeemer (Redemptorists)
    English-Canadian province (24);
    French-Canadian province (7)
    31
    Oblates of Mary Immaculate (Oblates) –
    English-Canadian province (7);
    French-Canadian province (18); Province of Regina (2)
    27
    Society of Jesus (Jesuits) –
    English-Canadian province (9); French-Canadian province (8)
    17
    Order of Friars Minor (Franciscans) 11
    Missionaries of China 7
    Congregation of Holy Cross (Holy Cross Fathers) 6
    Congregation of St. Basil (Basilians) 5
    Clerics of Saint Viator (Viatorians) 4
    Missionaries of the Company of Mary (Montfort Missionaries) 4
    Congregation of St. Paul 4
    Missionaries of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (Sacred Heart Missionaries) 4
    Other religious orders 16
    Total for all religious orders 136