From the article,
“When he finally was given this permission (to keep the Most Blessed Sacrament in his personal vice-regal Chapel), it was on condition that he be personally responsible for its safe and proper keeping. And my father was a man who lived up to his obligations at all costs.”
May the Martyr of the Blessed Sacrament, Paul Comtois, pray for us and, especially, for his people of Quebec!
From Andrew Cusack (link in sidebar)
Jean-Paul-François Comtois was born in Saint-Thomas-de-Pierreville, in Québec’s Yamaska County on August 22, 1895. His father, Urbain Comtois, was a merchant of old Québécois farming stock while his mother, Elizabeth (née McCaffrey) was of Irish descent. After completing the cours classique at the Collège de Nicolet, Paul Comtois was admitted to the Université de Montréal. He studied agronomy at the Institut agricole d’Oka, an agricultural institute run by monks at a Trappist monastery, and received his degree in 1918.