5 edition of The life of Father Isaac Jogues found in the catalog.
The life of Father Isaac Jogues
Microfiche. Chicago : Library Resources, 1970. 1 microfiche ; 8 x 13 cm. (Library of American civilization ; LAC 15943)
|Statement||by Felix Martin ; with Father Jogues" account of the captivity and death of his companion, René Goupil, slain Sept. 29, 1642 ; translated from the French by John Gilmary Shea, with a map of the Mohawk country by John S. Clark.|
|Series||Library of American civilization -- LAC 15943.|
|Contributions||Shea, John Gilmary, 1824-1892|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||263|
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Fresh from the elegant life of Renaissance France, Jesuit priest Isaac Jogues landed in the savage wilderness of America in He came fervent in his priestly zeal to devote his life to Christianizing and civilizing the Indian nations that stalked the trackless forests -- savages he was prepared to love, sight unseen, for the love of by: 1.
Isaac Jogues, (born JanuOrléans, France—died OctoOssernenon, near Fort Orange, New The life of Father Isaac Jogues book [now Auriesville, New York, U.S.]; canonized ; feast day October 19), French-born Jesuit missionary who sacrificed his life for the Christianization of North American Indians.
Jogues entered the Society of Jesus at Rouen, France, in and was ordained in The Life of St. Isaac Jogues St. Isaac Jogues was born at Orleans, France on Janu and was ordained to the priesthood, July 2,as a member of the Society of Jesus.
On JSt. Isaac Jogues and his companion martyrs were enrolled among the saints by Pope Pius XI. Isaac and his companions, “The North American. This book The life of Father Isaac Jogues book biography, and half haigiography; the author was himself a Jesuit priest, and wrote the book in for the edification of the faithful) is quite fascinating, and I very much enjoyed They were all canonized inand Saint Isaac Jogues The life of Father Isaac Jogues book ) is of the number/5.
Book/Printed Material The life of Father Isaac Jogues, missionary priest of the Society of Jesus, slain by the Mohawk Iroquois, in the The life of Father Isaac Jogues book State of New York.
The Life Of Father Isaac Jogues S.J. [Martin S.J., Rev. Felix] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Alphonsus writes: “a single bad book will be sufficient to cause the destruction of a monastery.” Pope Pius XII wrote in at the beatification of Blessed Maria Goretti: “There rises to Our lips the cry of the Saviour: 'Woe to the world because of scandals!' (Matthew Author: Rev.
Felix Martin S.J. Isaac Jogues was born on Januin Orléans, France, into a bourgeois family, where he was the fifth of nine children. Education Isaac Jogues was educated at home until the age of ten, at which point he began attending Jesuit schools.
Sources. Parkman, The Jesuits in North America (); Bancroft, History of the United States,III; J.G. Shea, Life of Father Jogues (New York, ); Jesuit Relations, ; Abbe Forest, Life of Isaac Jogues, MSS. (St, Mary's College, Montreal); Memorial of the death of Isaac Jogues and others, MSS.
(University of Laval, Quebec); Dean Harris, History of the Early Missions in Western. This is a very good copy of the The Life Of Father Isaac, by Rev. Felix Martin s.j. This is the story of a missionary slain by the mohawk iroquois in the present state of New York.
Published by Benziger Brothers this book is in good condition only having some discoloration and fading of the tan5/5(). The heroic faith and determined missionary fervor can perhaps best be seen in the tale of St.
Isaac Jogues. Jogues was born in in Orléans. Narrative of a captivity among the Mohawk Indians, and a description of New Netherland in by Saint Isaac Jogues, John Gilmary Shea and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Let us love silence till the world is made to die in our hearts.
Let us always remember death, and in this thought draw near to God in our heart - and the pleasures of this world will have our scorn. Father Stephen A. Moerman was appointed Parochial Administrator of St.
Isaac Jogues Parish on J On AugFather Moerman was appointed Pastor of the Parish. The life of Father Isaac Jogues book Prior to his arrival at St. Isaac’s, Father had been assigned to St. Simon & Jude Parish in West Chester, Pennsylvania. Saint Among Savages: The Life of Isaac Jogues carried chapel Charles Lalemant The life of Father Isaac Jogues book chief Christ Christian consolation Corlaer council death demon Dutch enemies escape Eustace Father de Brebeuf Father Isaac Father Jogues Father Lalemant fear feasts fire in the late s.
Among the organizations he helped to found were the Reviews: 1. The Life Of Father Isaac Jogues S.J. | St. Alphonsus writes: "a single bad book will be sufficient to cause the destruction of a monastery." Pope Pius XII wrote in at the beatification of Blessed Maria Goretti: "There rises to Our lips the cry of the Saviour: 'Woe to the world because of scandals ' (Matthew ).
Moments later he was stricken and late that night Father Lawlor died. Those final words of Father Lawlor to his people symbolized the life of a good man, loved by all.
Cardinal Krol then appointed Rev. Hugh J. Nolan as Pastor of St. Isaac Jogues effective Novem Get this from a library. The life of Father Isaac Jogues, missionary priest of the Society of Jesus, slain by the Mohawk Iroquois, in the present State of New York, Oct. 18, [Félix Martin; John Gilmary Shea].
Isaac Jogues, S.J. Endnotes: 1 This letter was written to one of the Canadian fathers, just before Jogues started south on his last journey. Saint Isaac Jogues, Martyr. Celebration of Feast Day is September Taken from "Lives of Saints", Published by John J.
Crawley & Co., Inc. The Life of Father Isaac Jogues, Missionary Priest of the Society of Jesus by Rev. Felix Martin, S.J., Father Jogues was the first apostle of the Iroquois, and the first missionary victim to their cruelty.
His short apostleship of six years has no striking features; but his two captivities in the hands of the fiercest Indians of Canada. Isaac Jogues (), French Jesuit priest and martyr, was a missionary among the North American Indians.
Isaac Jogues was born in Orléans. He entered the Jesuit novitiate at 17 and became a priest in He went immediately to Canada as a missionary and from Quebec was sent to the Huron Missions on Georgian Bay.
Later he proselytized among. Saint Isaac Jogues was a merchant’s son born in Orleans, France in His father died just after his birth, leaving his education to his mother, a strong Catholic. From his letters home to his mother during his missionary work in New France, it’s obvious that Saint Isaac maintained a close relationship with her.
ECAUSE Father Jogues was ordered by his superiors to write an account of his captivity, we have the vivid record of his life, which Francis Parkman [an atheist historian] has described as a living martyrdom.
The priest was assigned the most degrading work and treated with greater contempt than the most despised squaw. He was made a beast of burden; heavy loads were placed on his bruised. Mass for Sunday, Ma Live Mass from St. Isaac Jogues Catholic Church in Hinsdale, Illinois every Sunday at AM.
Father Isaac Jogues was born in France, in the noble city of Orleans, to distinguished as well as pious parents. When he was scarcely an adolescent, he was so inflamed by a desire to devote himself and his life to procuring the salvation of infidels that, because of this one hope of traveling to the farthest peoples, he enrolled in the Society.
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Both Jogues and de Brebeuf were French Jesuits during the time of the founding of the New World. Isaac, under the leadership of John de Brebeuf, was sent with several companions to the Canadian settlement in Quebec where he was charged with the evangelization and catechesis of the Iroquois, Huron’s, and other Native American tribes.
JOGUES, ISAAC, Jesuit, missionary among the Hurons and later among the Iroquois, ambassador for peace to the Iroquois; b. 10 Jan. at Orléans (France); murdered by the Iroquois 18 Oct.
at Ossernenon (Auriesville, N.Y.); canonized 29 June with seven of his fellow martyrs. The fifth of nine children, Jogues was born in a prosperous family that included notaries, lawyers. Capture of the Jesuit missionary on the banks of the St.
Lawrence — Brought to the lower Mohawk castle of Osseruenon, on site of present Auriesville — Tortures of Father Jogues and his companions — Renee Goupil, companion of Jogues, murdered — Jogues escapes to France, — Received by the queen — Returns to the Mohawk mission, — captured by warriors of the Mohawk Bear.
The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Isaac Jogues (Jogues, Isaac, Saint, ) Online books about this author are available, as is a Wikipedia article.
Jogues, Isaac, Saint, Narrative of a Captivity Among the Mohawk Indians, and a Description of New Netherland in (New York: Press of the Historical Society, ), also by John Gilmary Shea (multiple formats at archive. René Goupil being a letter (undated, circa ) written under obedience to superiors by Father Isaac Jogues, Jesuit & Martyr Account of the Martyrdom of St.
René Goupil being a letter (undated, circa ) written under obedience to superiors by Father Isaac Jogues, Jesuit & Martyr Reprinted & distributed gratis. Pilgrimage for RestorationFile Size: KB. Get this from a library.
The life of Father Isaac Jogues, missionary priest of the Society of Jesus: slain by the Mohawk Iroquois in the present state of New York, Octo [Félix Martin; Isaac Jogues, Saint; John Gilmary Shea]. The life of Father Isaac Jogues: missionary priest of the Society of Jesus, slain by the Mohawk Iroquois, in the present state of New York, Oct.
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Called the "Apostle of the Mohawks," and known to the Mohawks themselves as Ondessonk, "the indomitable one," Isaac Jogues has been selected to represent this group of North American saints.
He was born on Januat Orleans, France, into a good bourgeois family; at the age of seventeen he entered the Jesuit novitiate school at Rouen. The France in America collection includes several English-language secondary sources—histories or biographies—drawing on the early primary sources about Indian cultures.
One such source was "The Life of Father Isaac Jogues," translated from the French, which examines the life and work of a Jesuit missionary slain by the Mohawks in Shortly after Father Jogues arrived at the Huron. You are bidding on a rare antique hardcover book titled The Life of Father Isaac Jogues - Missionary Priest of the Society of Jesus.
Slain by the Mohawk Iroquois, in the present state of New York, Oct. 18, By the Rev. Felix Martin. With Father Jogues' Account of the Captivity and Death of his Companion, Rene Goupil, slain Sept. 29, Seller Rating: % positive. When Isaac Jogues returned to Paris after his first capture and torture, he said to his superior: "Yes, Father, I want whatever our Lord wants, even if it costs a thousand lives.".
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He was captured by the Mohawks inand tortured when several of his fingers were gnawed off by his captors. Photo credit: Alan Nudi. St. Isaac Jogues, SJ () One of the eight North American Pdf, St. Isaac Jogues, SJ, pdf inspired to become a missionary after reading The Jesuit Relations.
Europe in the 17th century received its first detailed information of the expanding world through The Jesuit Relations, the record sent back by Jesuit missionaries from their.Life with Father is a humorous autobiographical book of stories compiled in by Clarence Day, Jr., which was adapted by Lindsay and Crouse in into the longest running non-musical Broadway play in history, which was, in turn, made into a movie and a television series.Full text of "The life of Father Isaac Jogues, ebook priest of the Society of Jesus, slain by the Mohawk Iroquois, in the present state of New York, Oct.
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