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Life of Rev. Mother St. John Fontbonne

foundress and first superior-general of the congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph in Lyons.

by ------ Rivaux

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Published by Benziger brothers in New York, Cincinnati [etc.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Translated into English by the Sisters of St. Joseph, Phladelphia. cf. Pref.

StatementTranslated from the French of the Abbé Rivaux.
ContributionsSisters of St. Joseph, Chestnut Hill, Philadephia,
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBX4705.F62 R5
The Physical Object
Pagination295 p., front. (port.)
Number of Pages295
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6552392M
LC Control Number12038031
OCLC/WorldCa3657933

LOUIS. — High praise for the achievements of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet was voiced by the Most Rev. Christopher E. Byrne, Bishop of Galveston, in his sermon at the Solemn Pontifical Mass at the New Cathedral commemorating the Order’s centenary. The Most Rev. John J. Glennon, Archbihhop of St. Louis, was the celebrant of the Mass. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated and a celebration of life to be held at 10 a.m., Saturday, J , at St. John the Baptist Church, 26 Monument Street, Winslow. Arrangement are under the direction and care of Gallant Funeral Home, 10 Elm Street, Waterville.


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John Fontbonne, C.S.J., was a French religious founded the Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Lyon in after the French Revolution and served as its first Superior General.

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The French National Assembly banned religious habits inand the revolutionary government dispersed communities such as the Sisters of St. Joseph and killed other religious at the guillotine. As a result, the Sisters of St. Joseph did not reorganize until under Mother St. John Fontbonne. The blood of the martyrs is the life of the Church.

When, with the fall of Robespierre, the ‘Reign of Terror’ as the French Revolution came to be known, ended, Mother St. John Fontbonne, brave and valiant member of the Congregation of the Sisters of St.

Joseph who had gone into hiding, revived the Congregation at Lyons in 4. Letter of Rev. Francis Jouvenceau, V.G. Letter of Reverend Mother Facemaz. Letters of Reverend Mother Agatha Guthrie. Letters of Mother Julia Littenecker. Letters written by Sisters in the various Arizona houses from 9.

Correspondence between Sisters and Father Stephan, Director of the Catholic Missions. reverend mother delphine, nee fontbonne, niece of mother st. john, was the foundress of the sisters of st. joseph of toronto, canada, where she died february 7th, st, joseph lilies the story of the community of saint joseph by reverend j.

part p. treacy, d.d. story the heroism of st. joseph's comiinmiiy is a religious iliad. The French Foundress Sr. Donna maintained her connection to Fontbonne, receiving the Founders Award inand then serving on Telling the story of Mother St. John. In the year the Right Rev.

Joseph Rosati of St. Louis, Missouri, called at the mother-house of the Sisters of St. Joseph at Lyons and asked Mother St. John Fontbonne, the superior, to send a colony of her daughters to America. The financial aid necessary was obtained through the Countess de ]a Roche Jacquelin.

Holy Rule. One of these, Mother St. John Fontbonne formally re-established the order, and on 14 Julyat St. Etienne, ceremonially received 12 women, who for a year had been living as postulants, and robed them in the habits of the Sisters of St.

Joseph. Under the direction of Mother St. John, the order expanded rapidly and. She graduated from Eden Theological Seminary inFontbonne University in and is a graduate of Belleville West High School.

Rev. Torigian is the author of a number of articles on the Huffington Post Religion page including “Between Childless and Childfree,” a reflection for Mother’s Day.

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John, née Fontbonne, First Superior-General — Rivaux, Abbe / Srs of St. Joseph, Lindsay, Ont., trs $ With Father John Pierre Médaille, Mother St. John Fontbonne and the Sisters of St. Joseph who have gone before them, they are responding to a vision of a world shaped by profound love of God and love of neighbor without distinction.

The CSJ mission and charism are alive, indeed. We are so grateful to all of you. Your faith in the mission of. This building, designed by Edward Shulte, and the Chapel of the Holy Family, were dedicated on Novem by Archbishop John T McNicholas, O.P.

He requested that the name be changed to “The Fontbonne” in honor of Mother St. Jeanne Fontbonne, who re-established the Sisters of St. Joseph in France after the French Revolution. Rev. Speratus Kamanzi, Fontbonne University chaplain, contributed an epilogue for a book titled “Lives and Times of Bishop Sisto Mazzoldi and Fr.

John Marengoni ” Adjunct. From the mid ’s to late ’s, Sister Mary Louise taught 1st-3rd grade at St. Veronica in Detroit and St. John Bosco where she was not only a teacher, but also the Principal.

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See more ideas about History photos, Catholic and History.9 pins. Gravesite of Mother St. John Fontbonne. In Bishop Francis Patrick Kenrick, Bishop of Philadelphia, requested the St. Louis Mother General to send Sisters to Philadelphia.

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The financial aid necessary was obtained through the Countess de la. By the time of the French Revolution almost years later, there were some 30 communities of St.

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The first St. John Capistran Church was a sectional building erected on land donated by John H. Hoffman, the son of a farmer who settled in the area in December The chapel, a mission of St. Agatha Church in Bridgeville, was dedicated.

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