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Le pere Jouve y relate l'etablissement recollet en Nouvelle-France sous la protection de Champlain, puis l'etablissement des recollets a Trois-Rivieres, qui furent les premiers religieux a s'y etablir.
Enfin, le decret de Mgr Hubert, datant de 1796, conduisit a la secularisation de douze recollets (20).
3) Pierre TREPANIER, avec le concours de Lise TREPANIER, << Les Recollets et l'Acadie (1619-1759) : plaidoyer pour l'histoire religieuse >>, Cahiers de la Societe historique acadienne (desormais CSHA), 10, 1 (1979), p.
There were some women here who were really new to the city and they were really aware not to walk alone in areas in the park," said Recollet.
Etonne de voir encore de la neige sur la cote et surpris par le temps particulierement froid qui sevissait encore a cette periode de l'annee, l'officier releve que la seigneurie compte 36 familles, qu'il s'agit d'une mission des Recollets et que le seigneur en titre se nomme Lepage.
The Recollet missionary Chretien Le Clercq, working among the Mi'kmaq on the Gaspe peninsula in the mid-1600s, described them as "very faithful in paying whatever they have lost at the game, without quarrelling or expressing the least word of impatience".
who, as Archivist in the McCord Museum, first pointed me to the O'Brien Papers; to the present curators and archivists at the McCord; to Mary McGovern, administrator and archivist at St Patrick's Parish; and to Patricia Simpson and her colleagues at the Congregation Notre Dame, Centre Marguerite-Bourgeois, custodians of records of the Irish congregation from its early years when they met at the Bonsecours and Recollet churches.
Quant a la situation specifique de la Nouvelle-France, terre de mission par excellence, la vocation religieuse la plus commune etait, comine chacun sait, l'appartenance aux ordres missionnaires comme les Jesuites ou les Recollets.
A history of the Huron people in the 16th and 17th centuries is necessarily a history of the French in New France, especially French Jesuits and Recollet friars, the Five Nations Iroquois, and, to a lesser extent, the Algonquian speaking neighbors of the Huron and Iroquois.
Ce janseniste, c'est le recollet Valentin Leroux, commissaire provincial de la mission canadienne et gardien du couvent de Notre-Dame-des-Anges a Quebec, entre 1677 et 1683, avant de devenir, a partir de 1688, gardien du grand couvent de Paris.