Church in the French Era : From Colonization to the British Conquest. FirstEdition in dustjacket

By: WALSH, H.H.

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WALSH, H.H. The Church in the French Era : From Colonization to the BritishConquest. Toronto : The Ryerson Press, (1966). First Edition. Pp (6),vii-x iv,(2),1-221,(3). 2 Maps in text (including "New France in Bishop Laval's Time"). 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Henry Horace Walsh (b. September 17, 1899, Ellerslie, Prince Edward Island - d. February 6, 1969, Halifax, Nova Scotia). He served as Anglican rector of Musquodoboit, N.S., of Weymouth, and of Christ Church, Dartmouth, for nine years. At the time of this book's publication he was Associate Professor of Church History at McGill. Volume one of A History of the Christian Church in Canada, edited by John Webster Grant. Preface 1 . Introduction. Basic Assumptions - Patching-onView of Church History - New Techniques - Concept of the Catholic Church - New Themes - Canadian Variations - Problem of Communication. 2. The Great Discovery. Discovery and Reformation - Ecclesiastical Initiative in Exploration - Utopian Visions - An Open Frontier - Missionary Enterprises. 3. The Religious Background of New France. Effective Grace - French Calvinism - A Mystical Invasion - ]ansenism, Quietism and Gallicanism - The Enlightenment. 4. The Challenge of the Aborigine. Early Missions - Indian Origins - Physiographic Factors - Psychological Maturity - Cultural Development - Religious Cults and Symbols - Missionary Techniques. 5. The Acadian Adventure. Early Huguenot Settlements - Opposition to Colonization - Port Royal Precariously Established - Mission to the Micmacs - Teaching Problems - A Year of Tensions - The Wrath of Virginia. 6. The Huronian Experiment. The Founding ofQuebec - Recollet Missions - Brief Return of the ]esuits - Restoration of Quebec - Mission to Hurons - Tragedy in Huronia - Frustration of "The GreatDesign". 7. The Sulpician Intrusion. Ecclesiastical Structures - Ursulines and Augustines - Direction of Policy - Associates of Notre-Dame - The Foun ding of Montreal - Controversy: Sulpicians and Jesuits - A Vicar Apostolic for New France. 8. The New England Incursion. Renewed Missions in Acadia - A New Scotland - Rivalry of Recollets and Capuchins - Manorial Settlements in Maine - Puritan Immigration - Emerging Acadian Culture - Baronial Warfare - English Occupation. 9. The Era of Laval. hurch and State Controversies - A Sovereign Council - A New Religious Establishment - Economic Development - Missions in the West - The Arrival of Frontenac - Missionaries and Explorers - Excommunication and the Liquor Problem - Laval Retires. 10. The Eraof Saint-Vallier. A Period of Treachery Atrocities on the Frontier - Obser vations of a Vicar General - Quebec Seminary - Denounced - An Imperious Bishop - Unshepherded Years: The Religious Orders - Architecture, Art and Music - Problems of Discipline - Diocesan Consolidate - Burden of Office. 11. An Era of Dismay. An Unusual Burial - Problems of a Coadjutor - Canadianization:: Monseigneur de Lauberivière - The Enlightenment - Monseigneur de Pontbriand - Wartime Missions - Church Buildings and Festivals - The Grey Nuns - Disquieting Times: - Expulsion of the Acadians - Defeat and Surrender - ABleak Outlook. With bibliography and index. Very good in edgeworn, lightly chipped dustjacket. 25.00

Title: Church in the French Era : From Colonization to the British Conquest. FirstEdition in dustjacket

Author Name: WALSH, H.H.

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Publisher: Ryerson Press / McGraw-Hill Ryerson, Toronto, 1966,:

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Keywords: CHURCH HISTORY ACADIAN CANADA QUEBEC NATSTU CATHOLICISM NOVA SCOTIA ROMAN CATHOLIC COLONIAL QUEBECOIS CANADIAN RELIGION RELIGIOUS,