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Notre-Dame Convent

... concert to be presented to parents and members of the community . The proceeds were to fund the purchase of a piano. The ...

École Marguerite-Bourgeoys

... Baycrest Drive. The personnel of the French speaking community diminished because there were fewer students, and most of the Sisters became involved in community services. In 1974, because the number of English speaking Sisters had ...

Notre-Dame Convent - Gloucester Campus

... the first floor of Saint Joseph House. In 1948, the community purchased the Rogers House, situated on Elgin Street, which ...

Saint Mary Convent

... de Notre-Dame in his parish. The religious community provided the plans for the building. The four-storey brick ... School and Montague Regional High School. In 1970 the community bought property and built a new residence into which the Sisters ... to teaching. They became more involved in pastoral and community ministries, which included such things as teaching catechesis, ...

École Sainte-Thérèse

... in the school. In the absence of a priest , the Community obtained an indult which allowed the Superior to distribute ...

Convent of the Congrégation de Notre-Dame (Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures)

Ville:  Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures (Quebec) Province et/ou pays:  ...

Portrait of Jérôme Le Royer de La Dauversière

... became a tax collector. In 1636, he established a community of nursing Sisters dedicated to Saint Joseph. With ardent ...

Marie Angélique Lefebvre Angers (Sister Saint-Simon)

... of the Congregation. She was admitted to the community in 1728. After participating in apostolic activities in Montreal, ... English and Protestant authorities had in store for her community. The Congregation adopted a positive attitude toward General Jeffrey ...

Marguerite Trottier (Sister Saint-Joseph)

... in Montreal. Later they asked to be received into the community and made their private vows in 1694. Sister Marguerite Trottier ... (Montreal) in 1705 and was appointed Depositary of the community. She remained in office until her election as Congregation ...

Marie-Marguerite Piot de Langloiserie (Sister Saint-Hippolyte)

... were auspicious. Peace and harmony reigned in the community and no deaths had been recorded in two years. Religious and civil authorities in France and in Canada supported the community. All that changed when hostilities between France and Britain began ...