|Installed||September 1, 1874|
|Term ended||July 17, 1893|
|Predecessor||Diocese erected on August 28, 1874|
|Ordination||September 12, 1844|
|Born||January 26, 1822|
Saint-Ambroise (Loretteville), Lower Canada
|Died||July 17, 1893 (aged 71)|
Séminaire Saint-Charles-Borromée (known as St. Charles Seminary in English) was founded by Racine in 1875, the year after he became the first Bishop of Sherbrooke. A degree-granting institution, perhaps its most famous alumnus was Prime Minister of Canada Louis St. Laurent, who graduated in 1902.
He is the namesake of Saint-Antoine-de-Padoue parish, also known as St-Antoine-de-Lennoxville.
- "Antoine Racine". Dictionary of Canadian Biography (online ed.). University of Toronto Press. 1979–2016.
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