Born at Longwy (Meurthe-et-Moselle), February 11, 1822.
Taking of the habit at Notre-Dame de l’Osier, August 14, 1846.
Perpetual oblation at Notre-Dame de l’Osier June 21, 1849. (no. 231)
Left the Congregation in 1861.
Bernard Roure was born at Longwy which was then in the diocese of Metz on February 11, 1822. He
entered the novitiate at Notre-Dame de l’Osier on August 14, 1846 as a coadjutor
brother. On August 15, 1847, he pronounced his first annual vows at Notre-Dame de l’Osier. On December 25, 1848, he pronounced his five year vows and, on June 21, 1849,
he pronounced his perpetual vows.
His name appears very rarely in Oblate correspondence. In the personnel registry drawn up in 1862, we read this after his name: “This brother,
having a very weak mind and being very set in his ways, did not adjust well to exercises and religious submission. He remained at Osier until 1854 and exercised there his
trade as shoemaker. Sent to Aix where his presence became a negative influence, he was called to Montolivet in 1861. Unable to cope with the situation, he returned to Aix
without rejoining the community. He tried to claim as being due to him his alleged rights of service. To avoid any scandal, we committed ourselves to say 500 Masses for
his intentions after his death.
Yvon Beaudoin, o.m.i.
Oblate General Archives in Rome. Oblation formula, June 21, 1849; a sheet signed at Aix on November 18, 1862 by means of which Bernard Roure states that he would no longer
claim anything from the Congregation if it committed itself to have celebrated 500 Masses for his intentions after his death.