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Letters from the Marist Missionaries in Oceania 1836-1854

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by Charles Girard
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Letters from the Marist Missionaries in Oceania 1836-1854 by Charles Girard

In 1836, the newly created Society of Mary receives from the Holy See the responsibility of evangelizing Oceania. Jean-Claude Colin, freshly elected Superior General, will eventually send 117 missionaries there. These men record what they observe, they keep their logbooks, they say how they are received, they state the difficulties they meet, they record the works they undertake... in short, they write.

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Pages: 880
Size: 16.4 MB
Publisher: ATF Press
Date published:   2016
ISBN: 9781925232820 (DRM-EPUB)
9781925232844 (DRM-PDF)

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