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Matching Articles"Catholicism" (Total 14)
Erasmus Stourton; 9 October, 1628
Examination of Erasmus Stourton before the Justices of the Peace at Plymouth, dated October 9, 1628.
[Brother] Simon Stock; 1 January, 1631
Letter to Propaganda Fide from Brother Simon Stock, dated January 1, 1631.
Statistics : The Confederation Debate
Denominational Percentages (Percentage of Roman Catholic and Protestant politicians) during the Confederation Debate.
Bishop Fleming and the Roman Catholic Church
The Franciscan priest and bishop Michael Anthony Fleming was a religious, social, political, and cultural agentr for the Irish in Newfoundland.
Building the Cathedral
The Roman Catholic Chapel was constructed in 1786 on leased land on what later became Henry Street in St. John's.
Newfoundland and Daniel O'Connell
Background information about the famous Irish politician, Daniel O'Connell and his influence on Newfoundland.
The Irish Christian Brothers in 19th-century Newfoundland
A lay order of religious men, the Irish Christian Brothers were recognized as a 'congregation' whose mission was to serve and educate the poor.
Bishop James Louis O'Donel (1737-1811)
About the life of Bishop James Louis O'Donel, who came to St. John's and formally established the Roman Catholic Church in Newfoundland.
Bishop Patrick Lambert
About the life of Bishop Patrick Lambert, second Roman Catholic bishop of St. John's.
Religion and Politics, 1829-1850
About the relationship between religion and politics in Newfoundland from 1829-1850.
Religion in Newfoundland and Labrador
A broad look at religion in Newfoundland and Labrador throughout the centuries.
Roman Catholic Religious Orders and Education
The Roman Catholic religious orders and their influence on education in Newfoundland during the 18th and 19th centuries.
The Roman Catholic Church
Roman Catholic presence and influence on Newfoundland society, and advancements in the Roman Catholic church.
Bishop Thomas Scallan (1766-1830)
Biography on Bishop Thomas Scallan, Roman Catholic bishop of St. John's, NL.
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