2 edition of Mother Bourgeoys (1620-1700) found in the catalog.
Mother Bourgeoys (1620-1700)
Bibliography: p. 235-236.
|Statement||foreword by Canon Lionel Groulx, translated by Sister Saint Godeliva, C.N.S.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||238 p. front. (port.) illus., facsims.|
|Number of Pages||238|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Charron, Yvon, Mother Bourgeoys (). S.l.: Beauchemin, (OCoLC) Named Person. Marguerite Bourgeoys, C.N.D. (17 April –12 January ), was a French nun and founder of the Congregation of Notre Dame of Montreal in the colony of New France, now part of Québec, in Troyes, she traveled to Fort Ville-Marie (now Montreal) bywhere she developed the convent and educated young girls, the poor, and children of First Nations until Beatified: 12 November by Pope Pius XII.
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Bourgeoys, Marguerite (–)French Catholic founder of the Congrégation de Notre Dame de Montreal who dedicated most of her long life to educating the poor and underprivileged in the pioneer settlement of Ville-Marie, New France, later to become Montreal, Canada.
Name variations: Marguerite Bourgeois; Soeur du Saint-Sacrement. Source for information on. Marguerite Bourgeoys: Pioneer Teacher (Vision Book) First Edition by Mary Louise Genevieve (Author) ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
The digit and digit formats both work. Manufacturer: Mother Bourgeoys book Books. St Marguerite Bourgeoys (), canonized inis a key figure in Canadian and religious history as founder of the first school in Montreal and the Congregation de Notre-Dame de Montreal, one of the first uncloistered religious communities of women.
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By our association with Anne Golon, we have been informed that. Mother, Mother is a real page-turner. I could have plowed through it in about a day if Id had the time.
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Marguerite Bourgeoys is a woman I admire in many ways. She was Canada’s first female saint, canonized in by Pope Saint John Paul II, and is considered the co-foundress of Montreal.
Though she never married, she became the mother to the young women of Montreal, helping new immigrants settle into the city and teaching the young woman what. The bishop replied, "I cannot doubt, Mother Bourgeoys, that you will succeed in moving heaven and earth as you have moved me!" The Congregation remained an active teaching order, one of the very first of its kind for women.
BOURGEOYS, MARGUERITE, dite du Saint-Sacrement, founder of the Congrégation de Notre-Dame de Montréal; b. 17 April at Troyes in Champagne (France); d. 12 Jan. at Montreal and was buried there the next day; beatified 12 Nov. and canonized 31 Oct. Marguerite Bourgeoys was born in France in the century of the Thirty Years’ War and the.
Mother of the Colony: Marguerite Bourgeoys () Marguerite Bourgeoys was born on Good Friday, Ap ; at Troyes, Champagne, France; the sixth child in a family of twelve.
Her parents were Abraham Bourgeoys, a civil servant, and Guillemette Garnier. Mother Bourgeoys Forward by Canon Lionel Groulx, translated by Sister Saint Godeliva, C.N.D.
Binding is tight, spine is solid with slight tears in the cover at the tail of the spine. Cover has very light soiling. Pioneer of the New World. Marguerite Bourgeoys is a historical figure of New France (today, the Province of Quebec, Canada).
Originally from Troyes, France, she contributed, alongside Jeanne Mance and Paul de Maisonneuve, to the development of Ville-Marie (Montreal) and established New France’s first school.
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Bourgeoys learned of the difficulties and hardships in the. Marguerite Bourgeoys née à Troyes, Champagne en France. Elle était la septième d'une famille de treize enfants aux parents dévoués: Abraham Bourgeoys, son père et Guillemette Garnier, sa mère.
Premier mariage à Nicolas Lepeuvrier, à Paris, Isle de France, en: Marguerite Lepeuvrier, Louise Soumillard. Marguerite Bourgeoys was born in Troyes in the Champagne region of France on 17 Aprilthe seventh of thirteen children in the family.
At the age of twenty, Marguerite’s young life was changed forever. During a procession, she found herself deeply moved at the sight of a statue of. Marguerite Bourgeoys (): éducatrice, mère d'un pays et d'une Église. book was published in multiple volumes then this reprint is of only one volume, not the whole set.
This paperback book is SEWN, where the book block is actually sewn (smythe sewn/section sewn) with thread before binding which results in a more durable type of.
Born and raised in Troyes, France, in Marguerite Bourgeoys came as a new recruit to de Maisonneuve's tiny and beleaguered settlement of Ville-Marie, founded in as a Christian missionary society. These early years in New France marked a special period in her life. Firmly committed to the belief that the world would be a better place if people learned to understand.
In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content. The Canadian Historical Review Marguerite Bourgeoys and Montreal, PATRICIA SIMPSON.
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