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Maryland Jesuits, 1634-1833.

Robert Emmett Curran

Maryland Jesuits, 1634-1833.

by Robert Emmett Curran

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Published by [Corp. of the Roman Catholic Clergymen, Maryland Province, Society of Jesus] in Baltimore .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Maryland
    • Subjects:
    • Jesuits -- Maryland -- History.,
    • Maryland -- Church history.

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsDurkin, Joseph T. 1903- joint author., Fogarty, Gerald P., joint author., Jesuits. Maryland Province.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBX3709.M3 C87
      The Physical Object
      Pagination68 p. :
      Number of Pages68
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4886070M
      LC Control Number76016341

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Maryland Jesuits, 1634-1833 by Robert Emmett Curran Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. The Maryland Jesuits, [Robert Emmett Curran; Joseph T Durkin; Gerald P Fogarty; Jesuits. Maryland Province.]. Maryland Jesuits Baltimore: Maryland Society of Jesuits, 1st Edition.

Paperback. Quarto. Very Good. Item # Extremely scarce title. Staple-bound trade paperback. Square Tight Binding. Clean interior, save just a few library markings. Little wear.

Maryland Jesuits Despite the few library markings, a superior edition. Price: $ Share in the mission of the Maryland Province Jesuits by serving as a volunteer in the Ignatian way.

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The Maryland Tradition,edited by Robert Emmett Cu 5/5(1). The Maryland Jesuits, – (Baltimore: Corporation of the Roman Catholic Clergymen) subsequently was published in Some years later a new provincial approached us about doing a sequel to bring the history up to the present: to celebrate the th anniversary of the founding of Maryland in and of the presence of the.

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The Maryland Jesuits, (Baltimore: priv. publ., ), A small number of diocesan priests and religious, primarily Franciscans, also served in Maryland. This book offers a close. We are the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits), a Roman Catholic order of priests and brothers founded in by the soldier-turned-priest, Saint Ignatius Loyola.

In the vision of our founder, we seek to "Find God in All Things” and commit ourselves to the “Greater Glory of God.” The Jesuit mission has long been dedicated to: Spreading the Gospel.

[Show full abstract] York Province," IX, 2; Gerald P. Fogarty, "The Origins of the Mission, " in The Maryland Jesuits: (Baltimore: The Corporation of the Roman Catholic.

A French Jesuit visiting Maryland in found the lifestyle puzzling, remarking on "two of our Fathers and a Brother, the Fathers being dressed like gentlemen, and the Brother like a farmer." But the substantial manor houses at St. Inigoes, Newtown, and elsewhere were not for all; many Jesuits lived simply on isolated farms.

On display is a map of a section of Jesuit farms by Brother Moberly, S.J., which is taken from the book The Maryland Jesuits Woodstock and Its Makers Written by Patrick J. Dooley, S.J., Woodstock and Its Makers was published in and remains the best comprehensive source for the history of the founding of the Woodstock College.

Thomas J. Murphy, Jesuit Slaveholding in Maryland,New York, Routledge, pages. Reviewed by Maura Jane Farrelly, Voice of America, for the Journal of Southern Religion.

Thomas J. Murphy sets out to accomplish two things with his book: First, he wants to stake a claim for American Catholic history on the historiographic. This video highlights the history of the Jesuits in Maryland from 17th to 19th century.

This is the first video of the three part series, in the Jesuit History Walk. Narration, Video Editing: Herbert Jay Dunmore. Sources: "The Maryland Jesuits " - J.A. Panuska S.J. "Recreating the Chapel" - S. Hurry (SHMC) Images courtesy of: Shutterstock. Jesuit Slaveholding in Maryland, (Studies in African American History and Culture) [Murphy, Thomas] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Jesuit Slaveholding in Maryland, (Studies in African American History and Culture)Cited by: The American mission: Maryland Jesuits from Andrew White to John Carroll ; an exhibit in the Special Collections Division, Georgetown University Library, 27 September - 29 November, (Book) "Our American champions": the first generation of American Jesuit leaders after the Restoration of the Society by Anthony J Kuzniewski (Book).

A map of Jesuit stations in Maryland from the 17th to the 19th centuries, showing the locations of Jesuit plantations, farms, and schools, including Bohemia. See also his edited volume, with Joseph T. Durkin and Gerald P.

Fogarty, The Maryland Jesuits – (Baltimore: Corporation of the Roman Catholic Clergymen, ) and other Curran works cited in this essay. ^ Back to text Jesuits to Sponsor New Cristo Rey High School in Atlanta. The Jesuits of the Maryland Province are sponsoring a new Cristo Rey high school in Atlanta, which will be the first Jesuit school in the city.

The targeted date for the opening of the student school is fall This video highlights the history of the Jesuits in Maryland from 17th to 19th century. Sources: "The Maryland Jesuits " - J.A.

Panuska. Inmen, women, and children were sold by the Maryland Jesuits; a portion of the proceeds was used to pay the debts of Georgetown College (now Georgetown University), also run by the slaves had lived on plantations belonging to the Jesuits in Maryland, and they were sold to Henry Johnson and Jesse sale price was $, equivalent to $2, in Organised by: Thomas F.

Mulledy, William McSherry. Publications. JESUITS Magazine is published three times a year by the Maryland and USA Northeast Provinces of the Society of Jesus. To be added to our mailing list, simply email your name and address to [email protected] JESUITS Magazine Spring/Summer Father Andrew White () Father Andrew White was a Roman Catholic priest and member of the Society of Jesus.

Priests from the Society of Jesus are also called Jesuits. The Jesuits are Catholic priests who devote their lives to learning and science.

They also help people as ministers and as priests.A treasured mentor to many of his students, Durkin was also a prolific author and editor, publishing over two dozen books in his lifetime, including Armorer of the Confederacy, Secretary Mallory (), Alexis Carrel, Savant Mystique (), and The Maryland Jesuits, ().

At the time of his death, he was working on two more books.