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Henry Roe (22 February 1829 – 3 August 1909) was a Church of England minister. He was also a professor and author. He was born in Henryville Lower Canada to a large family and his father, John Hill Roe, was a doctor.
Roe was a professor of divinity at Bishop’s College when It was an emerging institution. He also published theological treatises and letters that were in opposition to a number of Roman Catholic teachings. In performing his teaching, writing, and ministry, he advocated a particular brand of Canadian Anglicanism. It was not necessarily an intellectual approach but it became the norm for the Anglican Church in Quebec.