3 edition of Father Laval, or, The Jesuit missionary found in the catalog.
Father Laval, or, The Jesuit missionary
|Other titles||The Jesuit missionary.|
|Statement||by James McSherry.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 09497|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 microfiches (117 fr.).|
|Number of Pages||117|
East of the Manitoban lakes, Father Dominique Du Ranquet, S.J., inaugurated in April of the same year the missionary station of Walpole Island, on Lake Superior, whence he visited various posts, and in the following July another Jesuit, Father Choné, took up his residence at Wikwemikong, on Manitoulin Island, where a secular priest had. Find great deals on eBay for jesuit and jesuitism. Shop with confidence.
Du Ru became the first Jesuit to explore the Mississippi from its mouth northward, thus complementing the journey of Marquette from the north. The next Jesuit traveler was Father Joseph de Limoges, who began his missionary life working among the Ottawa tribe. In he traveled down the great river to meet his colleague Du Ru. “Beside the nameless Indian is Father Allouez,” wrote Faulkner, “that early Jesuit missionary who had discovered copper on Lake Superior and was a friend to Marquette as well as the one the one who founded the mission at Green Bay.” The most harrowing experience of their journey occurred in this region.
Page - Jesuit Fathers, our people staying with the baggage. We found there Rev. Father Pinet and Rev. Father Buinateau, who had recently come in from the Illinois and were slightly sick. "I cannot explain to you, Monseigneur, with what cordiality and marks of esteem these Reverend Jesuit Fathers received and caressed us during the time that we had the consolation of staying with them. By father François De crepieul, Jesuit, and an unprofitable. Servant of the Missions of canada from to , — which. completes the 26th wintering in The Service of The. Tadoussak Mission, and the 4th at The Mission of. st. Xavier, — at chegoutimÿ, Ap
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Baltimore: J. Murphy, (OCoLC) Father Laval life. Laval was born on 30 April in Montigny-Sur-Avre in the ancient Province of Perche, now the Department of Eure-et-Loir. His father, Hugues de Laval, a member of the House of Laval, was the Seigneur of Montigny, Montbaudry, Alaincourt and Revercourt.
His mother, Michelle de Péricard was from a family of hereditary officers of the Crown in ocese: Holy See. Father Laval; or, The Jesuit missionary: a tale of the North American Indians Item PreviewPages: The Mission of the Guardian Angel (French: Mission de l'Ange Gardien) was a 17th-century Jesuit mission in the vicinity of what is now Chicago, was established in by Father François Pinet, a French Jesuit priest.
The mission was abandoned by ; its exact location remains unknown. Father Laval, or, The Jesuit missionary a tale of the North American Indians / by James McSherry.
Author/Creator: McSherry, James, Publication. Father Isaac Jogues had been engaged in missionary work in Huronia. He was a man of saintly character, delicate, refined, scholarly; yet he had borne hardships among the Petuns enough to break the spirit of any man. He had toiled, too, among the Algonquin tribes, and at one time had preached to a gathering of two thousand at Sault Ste Marie.
The Society of Jesus (SJ; Latin: Societas Iesu) is a religious order of the Catholic Church headquartered in was founded by Ignatius of Loyola with the approval of Pope Paul III in The members are called Jesuits (Latin: Iesuitæ).
The society is engaged in evangelization and apostolic ministry in nations. Jesuits work in education, research, and cultural d at: Paris, France, officialized in Rome. Biography. Rev. James Martin, SJ, is a Jesuit priest, editor at large of America magazine, and bestselling author of The Abbey, Jesus: A Pilgrimage, The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything, and Between Heaven and Martin has written for many publications, including the New York Times and The Wall Street Journal, and he is a regular commentator in the national and international media.
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US$ the Jesuit Missionary. James McSherry. 01 Aug Paperback. US$ Add to basket. History of Maryland. James McSherry. After taking his first vows, he studied in Laval, France, for two years followed by philosophy studies in Tullabeg and regency as a teacher in Monze, Zambia.
Upon further Jesuit formation in Ireland, he studied Catechetics in Brussels, Belgium, and then returned to Zambia where he was a teacher of the local language at Mukasa Secondary School.
The school would last until the British conquest of and evolve into Laval University, North America’s oldest university. Its first famous alumnus was explorer Louis Joliet who, with Jesuit Father Jacques Marquette, was the first non-native person to reach the Mississippi River.
LE CLERCQ, CHRESTIEN, priest, Recollet, missionary to the Micmacs of the Gaspé Peninsula, historiographer; b. probably at Bapaume (Pas-de-Calais, France); was still living, in France, In he joined the Recollets of Saint-Antoine-de-Padoue, in Artois, and was the first novice and first professed of the order in that province, as he tells us himself.
InPaul VI, alarmed more than ever by the way the Society's members were behaving, tried to stop the onrush of events. He met with the head of the Order, Jesuit Father General Pedro Arrupe, several times. More than a few of those interviews between the two men were stormy. More than once, Paul wanted Arrupe to : Simon & Schuster.
He spent many years as a preacher and home missionary. He died in Florence September 9th, The following account of Father Bressani‘s sufferings among the Indians is translated from two of his own letters in his book Breve Relatione d’alcune Missioni nella Nuova Francia, published at Macerata in Jesuit missionary Father Eusebio Francisco Kino was one of the early Spanish explorers of the deserts of the American Southwest.
In addition to establishing a number of missions in the New World, he proved that Lower California was a peninsula, the Baja Peninsula -- not. MARQUETTE, JACQUES, Jesuit, missionary; b.
at Laon, France, on 10 June ; d. in the territory of the Illinois Indians, near the present day Luddington, Michigan, 18 May The son of Nicolas Marquette, seigneur of Tombelles and councillor of Laon, and of his second wife, Rose de La Salle, Jacques Marquette descended from two distinguished families of warriors and officials, his father.
General Histories. While a comprehensive history of Jesuits in Canada has yet to be written, the recently released three-volume Jesuit History Series by Novalis Publishing is an essential resource for researchers interested in the work of Jesuits in English Canada.
4 The title of each volume indicates the national impact of their contributions. Volume I, entitled Teachers of a Nation, provides.Full text of "Father Pierre François Pinet, S. J., and his Mission of the guardian angel of Chicago (L'Ange gardien) " See other formats Google This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online.Jesuit martyrs in Micronesia A Caroline Island "Palau" stamp honors the Jesuit missionaries who labored there and recalls three Spanish Jesuits martyred during the First World War.
King Charles III A Spanish stamp is a reminder of the Jesuit expulsion from Spain by King Charles III whose egotism was easily manipulated.