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Jean Pierron, SJ (1631 - 1678)

Sommaire Prêtre jésuite Professeur de rhétorique à Metz (1665-1667) Missionnaire chez les Iroquois à l'est du lac Ontario (1667- 1673); fut massacré pa...

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Fernando Gaete Córdova, jesuita (1670 - d.)

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Père Paul Lejeune (deceased)

Sommaire Missionnaire à Québec (1632-1635). Note to Curators This profile is an orphan. We are looking for merging this profile into the Big Tree. If you find family or ancestor...

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Mgr François-Louis de Pourroy de Lauberiviére (1711 - 1740)

Overview François-Louis de Pourroy de Lauberivière was the 5th bishop of Québec. He was ordained in 1735 at the Jesuit college in Grenoble France. In March 1739 he was appointed ...

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Abbé Adrien Delay (1856 - d.)

Sommaire Ordonné prêtre le 15 août 1890 à Montréal par Mgr Fabre . Jésuite; a servi à Chicoutimi, Saint-Michel de Mistassini, Roberval, Saint-Jose...

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Père Paul Ragueneau (1608 - 1680)

Sommaire Jésuite; missionnaire en Huronnie (1638-50). See Timeline for biography events. Note to Curators This profile is an orphan. We are looking for merging this profile into the ...

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Saint François de Laval MP (1623 - 1708)

Overview Saint Francois de Laval was the first Roman Catholic bishop of New France, appointed at 36 years old. He served as bishop from 1 October 1674 to 24 January 1688. Source Wikipedia

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Saint Gabriel Lalemant (1610 - 1649)

Overview Gabriel Lalemant was a priest, Jesuit, and missionary. He joined the Jesuits in 1632. Lalemant arrived in New France in 1646. He served as assistant to Father Jean de Brebeuf, then was poste...

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Saint Jean de Lalande (c.1610 - 1646)

Overview Jean de Lalande was a Jesuit missionary at Sainte-Marie among the Hurons. He was a member of the party led by Isaac Jogues as an envoy to the Mohawk to protect the precarious peace. However,...

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Saint René Goupil (1608 - 1642)

Overview Rene Goupil was a surgeon, brother, Jesuit, missionary and martyr. He was a surgeon in Orleans before entering the novitiate of Jesuits in 1639. He had to leave the novitiate due to deafness...

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Saint Charles Garnier (1606 - 1649)

Overview Charles Garnier was a priest, Jesuit and missionary. His father was secretary to King Henri III of France. Garnier was ordained in 1635 and travelled to New France in 1636 and immediately tr...

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Saint Antoine Daniel (1601 - 1648)

Overview Antoine Daniel was a priest, Jesuit and missionary. He travelled to New France in 1633 and was first stationed at Cape Breton. He then travelled to Quebec in 1634. He endured extreme hardshi...

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Saint Noël Chabanel (1613 - 1649)

Overview Noël Chabanel was a priest, Jesuit and missionary to the Hurons. He was a brilliant teacher of rhetoric in France. Chabanel was sent to Nouvelle France in 1643 and appointed to the mi...

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Saint Isaac Jogues (1607 - 1646)

Overview St. Isaac Jogues was a Jesuit priest, missionary and martyr who worked with the Hurons and later the Iroquois. He was ordained in January 1636 in France. Jogues arrived in New France (Quebec...

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Saint Jean de Brébeuf MP (1593 - 1649)

Overview Saint Jean de Brébeuf was a French Jesuit missionary who traveled to New France (Canada) in 1625. There he worked primarily with the Huron for the rest of his life, except for a short...

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Père Jean de Quen (1603 - 1659)

This profile is an orphan. We are looking for merging this profile into the Big Tree. If you find family or ancestors for this profile, request a merge and we will accept promptly. Currators: if you ca...

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Luis Jufré de Loaysa Gaete, s.j. (c.1595 - 1670)

Nació en Santiago por 1595, hermano jesuita en Córdoba de Tucumán 1614-1616. Se securalizó y murió siendo cura de Ñuñoa en 1670. Familias Fundadoras p...

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Gonzalo Covarrubias y Lisperguer, s.j. (deceased)

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Antonio Covarrubias y Lisperguer, s.j. (deceased)

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Juan Bautista Madariaga Lecuna s.j. (b. - 1799)

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Francisco Madariaga Lecuna s.j. (b. - 1799)

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Gustavo Arteaga Barros, s.j. (deceased)

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José Joaquín Barros Matte, s.j. (1915 - d.)

José Joaquín Barros Matte, n. Santiago 17 mayo 1915; estudios en Colegio San Ignacio; Filosofía y Teología en la Facultad de San Miguel, Argentina; ordenado Sacerdote 1945 e...

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Juan Enrique Barros Matte, s.j. (1908 - d.)

Juan Enrique Barros Matte, n. Santiago 23 octubre 1908; estudios en Colegio San Ignacio; Bachiller por la Universidad de Chile 1925; Filosofía y Teología en el Colegio Máximo de Sa...

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Ruperto Lecaros Izquierdo, s.j. (deceased)

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Hernán Irarrázaval Lecaros, s.j. (deceased)

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Fernando Ochagavía Echaurren, s.j. (deceased)

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Pedro Antonio de la Cuadra Echavarría, s.j. (b. - 1794)

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José de la Cuadra Echavarría, s.j. (b. - 1784)

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Santiago Larraín de la Cerda, s.j. (1707 - d.)

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Raimundo Larraín Irarrázaval, s.j. (1918 - d.)

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Pedro Ignacio Ossa Palacios, s.j. (1725 - 1788)

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Martín José Ossa Palacios, s.j. (1731 - 1785)

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Francisco Lyon Hidalgo, s.j. (1906 - d.)

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Father Robert Molyneux, S.J. (b. - 1808)

Father Robert Molyneux, S.J. (died 1808) was the second and fifth Presidents of Georgetown University. Molyneux was born in England. So far as is known, he was one of the first to edit a catechism in...

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Leonard Neale, s.j. (1746 - 1817)

Leonard Neale, S.J. (October 15, 1746 – June 18, 1817) became, in 1800, the first Roman Catholic bishop ordained in the United States, and the second Archbishop of Baltimore. He devoted consider...

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Francis Ignatius Neale, s.j. (b. - 1837)

Father Francis Ignatius Neale, S.J., (died 1837) was an American Roman Catholic priest of the Jesuit Order who became President of Georgetown College on two occasions and who was a leader of the Jesuit...

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William Chandler Neale, s.j. (1743 - 1799)

Father William Chandler Neale, S.J. (1743-1799), who left America to enter the Jesuit order in Flanders and spent his life ministering to the Catholics of England, where he died.

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Charles Neale, s.j. (1751 - 1823)

Father Charles Neale, S.J., (1751-1823) was a leader of the Jesuit mission in America. He was born in the Catholic colony of Maryland to a prominent family, descended from Captain James Neale, who had ...

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Rev. Robert Plunkett, s.j. (b. - 1815)

Rev. Robert Plunkett, S.J. (died 1815) was the first President of Georgetown University. An alumnus of English College, Douai, Plunkett was named to the position by John Carroll, the founder of Georg...

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Bishop John Carroll (1735 - 1815)

John Carroll , (January 8, 1735 – December 3, 1815) was the first Roman Catholic bishop and archbishop in the United States — serving as the ordinary of the Archdiocese of Baltimore. He i...

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Lorenzo Barros Aránguiz, s.j. (deceased)

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Eugenio Infante Fernández, s.j. (1859 - d.)

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Very Rev. Everard Mercurian, S.J. (1514 - 1580)

Very Rev. Everard Mercurian, S.J. (1514 – 1 August 1580) was the fourth Superior General of the Society of Jesus. Born 'Lardinois' into a humble family in Marcourt, near La Roche-en-Ardenne in w...

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Beato José de Anchieta s.j. MP (1534 - 1597)

Saint Jose de Anchieta was canonized by Pope Francis on April 3, 2014. From : José de Anchieta Llarena was born on March 19, 1534, in San Cristóbal de La Laguna on Tenerife in the Can...

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Manoel da Nóbrega MP (1517 - 1570)

Manuel da Nóbrega (old spelling Manoel da Nóbrega) (18 October 1517 – 18 October 1570) was a Portuguese Jesuit priest and first Provincial of the Society of Jesus in colonial Brazi...

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Roque González de Santa Cruz, s.j. Santo (1576 - 1628)

Roque González de Santa Cruz (1576-1628) santo, mártir criollo asunceno fundador de varias misiones y reducciones jesuíticas, proclamado santo por Juan Pablo II en el año 19...

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San Francisco Borja s.j., IV duque de Gandía MP (1510 - 1572)

San Francisfco de Borja, quarto Duque de Gandía, Marques de Lombay, cafó con Doña Leonor de Caftro y Meneses, quarta nieta de Martin Alfonfo de Soufa, fegundo Señor de Morta...

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Father Pierre-Jean De Smet s.j. (1801 - 1873)

Pierre-Jean De Smet (30 January 1801 – 23 May 1873), also known as Pieter-Jan De Smet, was a Belgian Roman Catholic priest and member of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits), active in missionary wo...

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San Francisco Javier s.j. MP (1506 - 1552)

Francis Xavier, born Francisco de Jasso y Azpilicueta (7 April 1506 – 3 December 1552) was a pioneering Roman Catholic missionary born in the Kingdom of Navarre (currently Spain-France) and co-f...

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San Alberto Hurtado s.j. MP (1901 - 1952)

San Luis Alberto Hurtado Cruchaga S.J. (* Viña del Mar, 22 de enero de 1901 – † Santiago, 18 de agosto de 1952), y conocido popularmente como Padre Hurtado, fue un sacerdote jesuit...

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Martín Alonso de Aranda Valdivia, s.j. (b. - 1612)

Martín Alonso de Aranda y Valdivia, + Elicura 15 diciembre 1612; Capitán de Caballos; fundador y Regidor de Riobamba, Perú; ingresó a la Compañía de Jesú...

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Pope Francis MP

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Pope Francis, The People’s Pope - Time Magazine Person of the Year 2013 ] Pope Francis Tops Worldwide Trending Topic List Photos of Pope Francis from Childhood

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San Ignacio de Loyola MP (1491 - 1556)

Ignacio de Loyola (nacido en Azpeitia el 24 de octubre de 1491 y fallecido en Roma el 31 de julio de 1556) fue un religioso español, fundador de la Compañía de Jesús. Decl...

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