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قراءة كتاب The Makers of Canada: Bishop Laval
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The Makers of Canada: Bishop Laval
THE MAKERS OF CANADA
A. LEBLOND DE BRUMATH
MORANG & CO., LIMITED
Entered according to Act of the Parliament of Canada in the year 1906 by Morang & Co., Limited, in the Department of Agriculture.
|ESTABLISHMENT OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN CANADA||1|
|THE EARLY YEARS OF FRANÇOIS DE LAVAL||15|
|THE SOVEREIGN COUNCIL||31|
|ESTABLISHMENT OF THE SEMINARY||47|
|MGR. DE LAVAL AND THE SAVAGES||61|
|SETTLEMENT OF THE COLONY||77|
|THE SMALLER SEMINARY||97|
|THE PROGRESS OF THE COLONY||113|
|BECOMES BISHOP OF QUEBEC||129|
|FRONTENAC IS APPOINTED GOVERNOR||143|
|A TROUBLED ADMINISTRATION||157|
|THIRD VOYAGE TO FRANCE||169|
|LAVAL RETURNS TO CANADA||181|
|RESIGNATION OF MGR. DE LAVAL||195|
|MGR. DE LAVAL COMES FOR THE LAST TIME TO CANADA||211|
|MASSACRE OF LACHINE||223|
|THE LABOURS OF OLD AGE||235|
|LAST DAYS OF MGR. DE LAVAL||249|
|DEATH OF MGR. DE LAVAL||261|
ESTABLISHMENT OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN CANADA
If, standing upon the threshold of the twentieth century, we cast a look behind us to note the road traversed, the victories gained by the great army of Christ, we discover everywhere marvels of abnegation and sacrifice; everywhere we see rising before us the dazzling figures of apostles, of doctors of the Church and of martyrs who arouse our admiration and command our respect. There is no epoch, no generation, even, which has not given to the Church its phalanx of heroes, its quota of deeds of devotion, whether they have become illustrious or have remained unknown.
Born barely three centuries ago, the Christianity of New France has enriched history with pages no less glorious than those in which are enshrined the lofty deeds of her elders. To the list, already long, of workers for the gospel she has added the names of the Récollets and of the Jesuits, of the Sulpicians and of the Oblate Fathers, who crossed the seas to plant the faith among the hordes of barbarians who inhabited the immense regions to-day known as the Dominion of Canada.