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Notre-Dame Convent - Gloucester Campus

... In 1868, Father Gaillard asked for teachers for the Diocese of Monsignor Joseph-Bruno Guigues, Bishop of Bytown (Ottawa). ...

Marguerite Bourgeoys (1620-1700)

... permission to teach wherever they are needed in his diocese which comprises all of New France. 1670-1672 ... Marguerite and her companions permission to teach in his diocese (which comprises all of New France), Bishop de Laval officially ...

1800-1849: The Challenges of a New Century - The Challenge of Expansion

In 1821 Montreal became a diocese separate from Quebec and in 1840 Ignace Bourget became its second ... of these policies, among them the establishment in the diocese of religious communities of men and women from Europe and the ...

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... the Congregation permission to teach everywhere in his diocese which, at that time, comprises all of New France. 1670 - ... of an entirely state-subsidized system. 1821 - The Diocese of Montreal is established as autonomous with respect to the one in ...

Mount Saint Bernard College

... request of Bishop John Cameron when the seat of the Diocese was transferred from Arichat to Antigonish. Six Sisters were sent ...

Portrait of Mgr. Jean-Olivier Briand

... his functions as Bishop and as administrator of the diocese . He died in the seminary in Quebec on June 25, 1794. ...

Portrait of François de Laval

... of the multiplication of religious orders in his diocese , Laval approved of the work done by the community founded ...

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

... members of the Congregation to teach throughout his diocese , a territory that included all of New France. In 1670, Marguerite ...

1850-1899: New Horizons and New Challenges - Expansion of the Congregation in North America

... Wiseman asked the Congregation to open a school in the diocese of Westminster in England but Bishop Bourget did not permit them to ...

New France (1534-1763)

... de Québec. In1674, Quebec becomes a diocese and he becomes the first bishop of Quebec. 1659 ...