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Marie-Anne-Rosalda Dragon (Sister Saint-Valérien)

... in Japan was founded, the first mission in a non- Christian country. During her term in office, the Congregation was hit with ...

Introduction: Unique Foundation in the New World

... had its origins in the desire to communicate the Christian faith to the Native Peoples of New France. The Jesuits began ... They believed that, as their ancestors had received the Christian faith through missionaries who had come to northern Europe in the ...

France (XVIIth et XVIIIth centuries)

... of royalty. A strong movement of evangelization and Christian renewal is also developing. France is shining in all cultural ...

1653-1699: “The Colonists who Saved Montreal” - Educating for Life

... and of the Congregation was the transmission of Christian faith and values. For Marguerite Bourgeoys these were summed up ... learned the basic beliefs, prayers and duties of a Christian. But, again like Fourier, she recognized the importance of imparting ...

Portrait of Pierre Fourier

... emphasized reading, writing, small manual tasks and Christian religion. ...

1900-1961: Beyond Old Boundaries - To the Land of the Rising Sun

... the delight of his heart. His work and that of other Christian missionaries in the 16th and early 17th centuries had been ...

1653-1699: “The Colonists who Saved Montreal” - A Congregation Without Borders

... of Jesus and the other women disciples in the early Christian Church . But her spiritual director assured her ...

Congrégation de Notre-Dame Missions in Latin America: interview with Sister Cécile Duplain

... other commitments must soon be taken on: social and Christian formation of children and youth, preparation for the sacraments, ...

Introduction: A Missionary Church

... The sense of the missionary dimension of the Christian calling is apparent in the stated motivation of the ...