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File consists of news clippings concerning Bishop Vital J. Grandin, a booklet entitled 'Bishop V. Grandin: a Northern Apostle'. La Survivance Printing. (Edmonton, AB, 1936), and a photograph on card of Bishop Grandin and his brother? Card presented to Bishop Carroll, Calgary by Mrs John R. Costigan, Vancouver, BC. Also includes Ordinance from Archbishop Henry Joseph O'Leary of Edmonton concerning the Beatification of the servant of God, Msgr. Vital Justin Grandin dated Sept 30, 1029.

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Sub-series consists of publications of the Calgary Catholic School District sent to the Office of the Bishop. Includes lists, posters, annual reports, and newsletter, 'Reflections'

Archdiocese of Portland

File consists of news clippings and correspondence related to Bishop John T. McNally's work in the Archdiocese of Portland, Oregon, 1901-1904

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File consists of material related to McNally's time as parish priest at St. Stephen's, Old Chelsea, Archdiocese of Gatineau and at St Mary's, Almonte, Ontario. Includes a letter from Wilfred Laurier congratulating McNally on his appointment to the Diocese of Calgary

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File comprises one photograph of Bishop Emil. J. Legal, c. 1902 and photocopies and description of photograph of Archbishop Legal used in Diocese of Calgary publication, 'Cattolica', 1911-1912. Original copyrighted to Glenbow Library, ref. no. NA-3643-1, c.1911.

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Eucharistic Congress, 1908

File consists of clippings collected, mainly from the Times of London, concerning the nineteenth Eucharistic Congress held in London, England, September 9-13, 1908. Includes programme for the Congress

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File consists of copies of Certificates of Title for Plan B1 Mission dating from 1911 to 1976 collected in relation to development for the Diocesan Association for Senior Citizens. Includes correspondence regarding the fire loss of 201 - 17th Avenue SW and Income Tax Exempt status for the Diocesan Association for Senior Citizens. Also includes lease agreement with Southside Taxi Co. and subsequent insurance papers regarding the fire loss transcripts of the court case between the Diocese (Plaintiffs) and Zurich Insurance Company (Defendants) regarding Diocesan Association for Senior Citizens fire loss. Includes letter naming the settlement amount.

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Bishop Emil J. Legal

File consists of correspondence from Bishop Emile J. Legal, O.M.I. to Bishop John T. McNally concerning the erection of the Diocese of Calgary. It includes a letter to Bishop John T. McNally from Bishop Legal outlining the different parishes and missions in the Diocese of Calgary, July 31, 1913, as well as letters from Archbishop Emile J. Legal, O.M.I. and newspaper clippings concerning his death and funeral.

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File consists of correspondence between the Bishop's Office and the Oblates of Mary Immaculate between 1910 and 1935; Mostly French. Letters from 1912-1927 mainly concern their debts. Some Italian. Also includes copies of contracts between the Oblates of Mary Immaculate and Department of Citizenship & Immigration. Indian Affairs Branch. Includes contracts for Blood Residential School and Crowfoot Indian Residential School, both dated Sept 25, 1962. Correspondence with Bishop Frederick B. Henry, dated Jul 6, 1999.

Apostolic delegate (Nuncio)

File consists of correspondence with the Apostolic Delegate for Canada and Newfoundland, 1924 to 1932, including papers related to the visit of Most Rev. Andrea Cassulo to Calgary on Nov 2, 1927. Also includes correspondence with the Apostolic Delegate from 1944 to 1984 and with the Apostolic Pro-Nuncio from 1987 to 1997. Also includes notification regarding Vassula Ryden from the Sacred Congregation for the Doctrine of Faith.

Parish boundaries

File consists of records of former parish boundaries of rural parishes: Vauxhall, Tilley, Medicine Hat, Brooks, Raymond, Warner, Milk River, Rockyford, Beiseker, Coleman, Blairmore, Calgary: St. Cecilia, St. Anne's; Midnapore, Black Diamond, Canmore, St. Clement's, Corpus Christi circa 1960?

News clippings and miscellaneous papers

File consists of news clippings papers collected by or about Bishop John T. McNally, 1914-1924. Also includes seven photocopied newspaper articles regarding McNally's installation in Calgary in 1913, his transfer from Hamilton to Halifax, and his death in 1952. Also consists of manuscripts of the biography of Bishop John T. McNally, as Calgary's First Bishop. It includes photographs and negatives and an image of his coat-of-arms.

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Sisters of Charity of Nicolet

File consists of correspondence between the Bishop's Office and the Sisters of Charity of Nicolet. Including from the Blood Reserve (1925-1941), Cardston (1936-1942, 1952), and Peigan Reserve (1913-1920). Most in French.

Medicine Hat

File consists of correspondence between the Bishop's Office and the Sisters of Charity of St Louis, Medicine Hat, 1916-1931, 1937-1952, and 1956-1965, 1982. Also includes examination of freedom, departure ceremony program. Mainly in French.

Congregation des Filles de Jesus

File consists of copies of two letters in French from the Congregation des Filles de Jesus to Bishop John T. McNally. Includes one from Sr. Mie. Ste. Osmanne of the Convent at Pincher Creek dated Apr 6, 1918 and the other from Sr. Marie de Ste. Blandine, Superior General in Kermaria, France datedSept 3, 1919. Copied by A.J. Hetherington

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File consists of Bishop John T. McNally's correspondence related to the issue of dances under the auspices of parishes or Catholic societies. Includes publication 'Un Sujet de Meditation: La Danse et Les Bals' by Bishop Mathieu Elzear-Olivier of Regina and one newsclipping. Some material in French

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File consists of general correspondence collected by Bishop McNally.

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File consists of correspondence and other materials regarding the Ursulines from Chatham, Ontario. At the invitation of Bishop McNally, a group of Ursuline Sisters from Chatham arrived in Calgary on September 5, 1921 in order to found a new community that would provide teachers for Catholic schools in the Diocese of Calgary. Bishop McNally wrote that the new community would be “diocesan,” that is, it would exist “exclusively for, and within the limits of the Diocese of Calgary.” A novitiate for the new community was set up at St. Anne’s Convent.


File consists of photographs collected by Bishop McNally of friends, acquaintances, and his houses in Calgary

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Appointment and Installation

File consists of material related to the appointment and installation of Bishop John T. McNally as first bishop of Calgary, including letter of installation from the Apostolic Delegate and the Papal Bull

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File consists of correspondence between the Bishop's Office and St. Paul's, Brocket, 1913-2000, most of the earlier documents in French.

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