The early years of the French Canadian Missionary Society l839-l850
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Published by National Library of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English


  • French Canadian Missionary Society -- Missions -- Microform.

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Statementby Glen G. Scorgie.
SeriesCanadian theses on microfiche -- 56174
The Physical Object
Pagination3 microfiches (228 fr.)
Number of Pages228
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18631509M
ISBN 100315082542

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Seoul: Religious Book and Tract Society. Conference of Federated Missions in Japan. The Christian Movement in the Japanese Empire. vol. Tokyo. de Bretenieres, Appert Camille. For the Faith: Life of Just de Bretenieres, Martyred in Korea, March 8, tr. by Florence Gilmore. Catholic Foreign Mission Society, Maryknoll, NY, Foote. Christianity - Christianity - Protestant missions, – Protestant missions emerged well after Martin Luther launched the Reformation in ; Protestants began to expand overseas through migration, notably to North America. European colonization of North America aroused interest in Native Americans, and the Virginia and Massachusetts charters enjoined their conversion. e-book isbn: the colonial church and school society and the early years of the sabrevois mission, – the french-canadian missionary society: a study in evangelistic zeal and civic ambition. clashes in worldview: french protestants and roman catholics in the 19th century. Look first at the Canadian Library and Archives’ history of the “Black Robes”, or Jesuit missionaries among the Native Americans, which contains a description of the Jesuit Relations, or collection of correspondence between missionary priests and their superiors in Europe, and its mission territory extended far beyond modern-day Canada and New England to include the entire.

Description based on: 5th (). Reports for (35th) and (36th) also bear title. Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jason Zuidema. Find more information about: ISBN: the spirit and mission to Canada / Randall Balmer and Catharine Randall --The colonial church and school society and the early years of the Sabrevois Mission, / Richard W. Vaudry --The French-Canadian missionary society. David Livingstone was a medical missionary with the London Missionary Society. He was born in Scotland in , but spent most of his life in Africa as an explorer and doctor. Coupled with his love for the Lord and desire to spread the Gospel, Livingstone used his understanding of nature and science to help him map much of southern Africa. COBOURG WOMAN'S MISSIONARY SOCIETY In the early days Cobourg had two Auxiliaries. King St. Methodist Church Woman's Missionary Society was organized on March 8th, , by Mrs. S. Williams and Mrs. Willmot of Toronto, with a membership of 19, one of whom was an honorary member. Regular monthly meetings were held with an average attendance of 9.