Père Jean, or, The Jesuit missionary

a Catholic story founded on facts by McSherry, James

Publisher: J.B. Piet in Baltimore

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Other titlesThe Jesuit missionary.
Statementby J. McSherry.
The Physical Object
Pagination3 microfiches (114 fr.).
Number of Pages114
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21042538M
ISBN 100665496044

Facsimile of Père Marquette's Illinois prayer book: It's history by the owner, Colonel J.L. Hubert Neilson, M.D by Claude Allouez (Book) 21 editions published between and in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide. PERE CLAUDE JEAN ALLOUEZ & JESUITMISSION DE SAINT JOSEPH FORT ST. JOSEPH Father Pere Claude Jean Allouez was a French Jesuit Missionary who founded the "Jesuit Mission de Saint Joseph" circa , on the shores of the St. Joseph River in what is now Niles, Berrien County, Michigan. The Mission existed before the French built "Fort St. Joseph.   The company was named after Father Jacques Marquette S.J. (–), a French Jesuit missionary who founded Michigan’s first European settlement, Sault Ste. Marie, and left his mark and his name all over the mid-West of USA, having travelled vast distances by foot or in a canoe – all the way down the Mississippi. The French cartographer Jean-Baptiste D’Anville () never left Paris but created beautiful maps of the world, often drawing on the works of Jesuits. China Illustrata Although based at the Roman College, Kircher used missionary writings to compile this work about China’s geography, flora and fauna.

  Plaque de plomb Jean de Brébeuf , 4, × 3,; MB Sainte-Marie among the Hurons Brebeuf and Lalement grave 1, × 1,; KB San Juan de × 1,; KB. The depth and clarity of description contained in early Jesuit books are undoubted reasons for the ongoing popularity of these writings. At the time of their publication - from the time of the foundation of the order in through to their suppression in - they were well received because of the information they contained about everything from customs to culture. From to Decreux was a Jesuit missionary. Ederer, Roselynn. On the Banks of the Beautiful Saugenah. Saginaw, MI: Thomastown, Includes a chapter, "The Four German Missionary Colonies." Eliza, the Indian Sorceress. American Tract Society, no. CLXXX. Jean Mermet, who is now the Jesuit missionary at Kaskaskia, writes (March 2, ) to [Page 12] his brethren in Canada an account of the Illinois mission. He reports good news “from this village, except that they threaten to leave us at the first word.

  Previously, missionaries had attempted to impose Western customs and the use of the Latin language in religious rites. The new approach of adaptation to national customs was established by Alessandro Valignano, who had received Ricci into the Jesuits and was at this time visitor of the Jesuit missions in East Asia. (A visitor is the official.   In fact, Acosta, "perhaps the most accomplished Jesuit missionary to Latin America" (p. 48), actively campaigned on behalf of mestizo clergy. In general, the Latin American missions could have been treated with greater nuance. This reservation aside, Wright's book is highly recommended. Jean-Baptiste Du Halde (Chinese: 杜赫德; 1 February – 18 August ) was a French Jesuit historian specializing in China. He did not travel to China, but collected seventeen Jesuit missionaries’ reports and provided an encyclopedic survey of the history, culture and society of China and “Chinese Tartary,” that is, Manchuria. - The Jesuit Relations: and Allied Documents Travels and Explorations of the Jesuit Missionaries in New France by Paul Le Jeune. $

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Posted on by toke. The Society of Jesus, The Jesuits - Jean de Brébeuf (French: [ʒɑ̃ də bʁe.bœf]) (25 March – 16 March ) was a French Jesuit missionary who travelled to New France in There he worked primarily with the Huron (Wyandot people) for the rest of his life, except for a few years in France from to He learned their language and culture, writing extensively about each to aid other missionaries.

Père Jean, or, The Jesuit missionary [electronic resource]: a Catholic story founded on facts / By James McSherry. Abstract. Electronic of access: Internet.4 Topics: Indiens, Indians of North America. Publisher: Baltimore: J.B. P Re Jean, Or, the Jesuit Missionary A Tale of the North American Indians.

Posted on By mysuv. P Re Jean, Or, the Jesuit Missionary A Tale of the North. François Xavier d'Entrecolles ( in Lyon – in Beijing; Chinese name: 殷弘绪, Yin Hongxu) was a French Jesuit priest, who learned the Chinese technique of manufacturing porcelain through his investigations in China at Jingdezhen with the help of Chinese Catholic converts between andduring the rule of the Kangxi Emperor.

His observations were published in a long letter. CHINA -- Père Jean-François FOUCQUET (, Jesuit missionary). Autograph inventory of his library of Chinese books, inscribed on the first page 'Liste des livres chinois apportés sur le vaisseau nommé Le Prince de conty' and, in a different hand, 'Par le P[ére] Fouquet [sic]', n.p.

[Canton or Macau?], n.d. [], including numbered entries written by Foucquet, neatly written in. The Jesuit community had a strong missionary spirit, beginning in with their first mission to New France, including missionary pioneers, Énemond Massé, and later, Jean de Brébeuf.

Lallement had two brothers and a nephew serving as missionaries in the colony of New France. These Jesuit missionaries inspired Jogues, and he aspired to.

Père Jean, or, The Jesuit missionary a tale of the North American Indians / by: McSherry, James, Published: () Relation de ce qui s'est passé en la Novuvlle France, és années & envoyée au r.p.

provincial de la province de France. by: Le Mercier, François, Jesuit missionary, born at Condé-sur-Vire in Normandy, 25 March, ; died in Canada, near Georgian Bay, 16 March, His desire was to become a lay brother, but he finally entered the Society of Jesus as a scholastic, 8 November, According to Ragueneau it was 5 October.

Though of unusual physical strength, his health gave way completely when he was twenty-eight, which interfered. Pierre-Jean de Smet, (born JanuTermonde [now in Belgium]—diedSt. Louis, Missouri, U.S.), Belgian-born Jesuit missionary whose pioneering efforts to Christianize and pacify Indian tribes west of the Mississippi River made him their beloved “Black Robe” and cast him in the role of mediator in the U.S.

government’s attempt to secure their lands for settlement. McSherry, a strong Catholic, is best known for his "History of Maryland" (Baltimore, ). He was a frequent contributor to the "United States Catholic Magazine", and also wrote "Pere Jean, or the Jesuit Missionary" () and "Willitoff, or the Days of James the First: a Tale" (), republished in German (Frankfort, ).

Family. “Jesuit Circular to Missionaries India ()” was a document circulated among Jesuit missionaries in early 18th century southern India. The document was circulated by emissaries sent by Father Guy Tachard (Père Tachard, ).

At the time, Tachard, a French Jesuit missionary, was the vice-provincial of the India missions. Pierre-Jean de Smet was a Belgian-born Jesuit missionary whose efforts to Christianize Native Americans and facilitate peace were ultimately met with heartbreak.

His first mission, founded in what is now Iowa inserved the Potawatomi, and he gained a reputation as a peacemaker after a successful negotiation between them and the Yankton Sioux.

Jean de Brébeuf, (born MaCondé-sur-Vire, Normandy, France—died MaSaint-Ignace, Huronia, New France [Canada]; canonized ; feast day October 19), Jesuit missionary to New France who became the patron saint of Canada. Brébeuf entered the Society of Jesus inwas ordained a priest inand arrived in New France in   At 17, joined the Society of Jesus and became a Jesuit missionary.

He died onen route to St. Ignace at the mouth of a river later named Père Marquette in his honor. Students from all over Europe flocked to the burgeoning schools, and Jesuit missionaries opened schools where none before had existed. Even prior to the establishment of Georgetown University, the Jesuits were operating more than universities, seminaries and secondary schools around the globe.

Catholic Press Association Book Award in the History category Apostles of Empire is a revisionist history of the French Jesuit mission to indigenous North Americans in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, offering a comprehensive view of a transatlantic enterprise in which secular concerns were integral.

Between andJesuits were sent from France to North America to. Many of the earlier texts were published to mark an anniversary in order to highlight the longevity of the Jesuit presence in the Middle East and to justify the legitimacy of their actions. 12 InJean Ducruet, rector of Saint Joseph University, published “golden books” (livres d’or) on several faculties, which he describes as a.

Claude-Jean Allouez, (born June 6,Saint-Didier, Fr.—died August 27/28,near Ft. Joseph, New France), Jesuit missionary to New France who has been called the founder of Catholicism in the West.

Allouez entered the Society of Jesus at Toulouse, was ordained priest inand sailed for Quebec in He was stationed at settlements along the St. Lawrence River until his. De Pere, a suburb of Green Bay, is located in Brown County. InJesuit missionary Father Claude-Jean Allouez () set up a mission, Rapides Des Pères (Rapids of the Fathers), five miles west of Green Bay on the bank of the Fox River to convert members of the Ho-Chunk and Potawatomi tribes.

Jean de Brébeuf was a French missionary to Canada, a Jesuit priest who suffered martyrdom in North America. Background Jean de Brébeuf was born on Main Condé-sur-Vire, Normandy, France, where his family belonged to the petty landed aristocracy.

Claude Jean Allouez () b. Haute Loire, France, d. Niles, Michigan, Claude Jean Allouez was an influential Jesuit missionary who worked in the upper Midwest and parts of Canada. Allouez established and maintained a number of notable missions in this region.

Pere Marquette was Father James Marquette, a French Jesuit missionary who founded Michigan's first European settlement and in was one of. One such stream that would pool in the Rocky Mountain regions of what is now Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming began with a reconnaissance tour in the summer of by missionary Pierre-Jean.

After 14 years as a missionary, Jean de Brébeuf died on Ma He was He was At his death his heart was eaten as a way for the .