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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
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Spiritan Papers -- Number 17

Generalate, C.S.Sp. January 1900 (has links)
FATHER DANIEL BROTTIER, C.S.Sp. 1876 - 1936 -- CONTENTS -- Editorial: A Visit to Auteuil (Pg. 5) -- Jean Gosselin: The Life and Work of Fr. Daniel Brottier (Pg. 8) -- Fr. Jean P. Le Gall, C.S.Sp: The Man Whom Grace Turned into a Saint (Pg. 18) -- Fr. Gabriel David, C.S.Sp: The Heart of Auteuil (Pg. 27) -- Fr. Alphonse Gilbert, C.S.Sp: In the Footsteps of Fr. Libermann (Pg. 35) -- Fr. Marcel Martin, C.S.Sp: Daniel Brottier, the Holy Ghost Father (Pg. 52) -- Fr. Myles L. Fay, C.S.Sp: Epilogue (Pg. 55) -- Further Reading on Father Daniel Brottier (Pg. 57)
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Spiritan Papers -- Number 01

Generalate, C.S.Sp. 1976 October 1900 (has links)
CONTENTS -- Spiritan Papers No. 1 -- October 1976 -- FOREWORD -- (pg. 3) -- THE SPIRITAN STUDIES GROUP -- (pg. 5) -- THE LOCAL OR PARTICULAR CHURCHES ACCORDING TO FATHER LIBERMANN -- (pg. 12) -- ACENTENARY -- (pg. 36) -- INFORMATIONS -- (pg. 43)
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Spiritan Papers -- Number 14

Generalate, C.S.Sp. January 1900 (has links)
CONTENTS -- Amadeu MARTINS: THE CENTENARY OF THE DEATH OF FATHER SCHWINDENHAMMER: WHY FATHER SCHWINDENHAMMER? (Pg. 3) -- Amadeu MARTINS: "MEMORANDUM OF SOME MEMBERS OF THE CONGREGATION...AGAINST THE ADMINISTRATION OF FATHER SCHWINDENHAMMER" (Pg. 26) -- Frans AUGUSTIJNS: FATHER LIBERMANN AND GUINEA (February 2, 1980) (Pg. 32) -- A.M.: REPORT ON THE ANNUAL MEETING OF SPIRITAN STUDIES' GROUP (Pg. 40)
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Spiritan Papers -- Number 15

Generalate, C.S.Sp. January 1900 (has links)
CONTENTS -- Fr. Bernard TENAILLEAU: THE TRIAL OF ILLNESS (Pg. 3) -- CENTENARY OF FR. LE VAVASSEUR'S ELECTION AS SUPERIOR GENERAL (Pg. 13) -- CENTENARY OF THE DEATH OF FR. LE VAVASSEUR (Pg. 17) -- CENTENARY OF THE MISSION OF HUILA (ANGOLA) (Pg. 33) -- DIRECTIVES OF MGR. TRUFFET TO HIS MISSIONARIES (Pg. 49)
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Spiritan Life -- Number 05

The Congregation of the Holy Spirit January 1993 (has links)
Vida Espiritana -- Spiritan Life Vie Spiritaine No. 5 -- Juin 1993 -- PRESENTATION -- UN CHAPITRE RESSOURQANT par Roland Rivard -- (pg 13) -- UNITY - THE MOTTO OF THE CONGREGATION by Augustine Shao -- (pg 13) -- NAS VESPERAS DA CONFERENCIA DE SANTO DOMINGO pelo Cardenal Arns -- (pg 29) -- UTILITE D'UN CHAPITRE par Ren6 Tabard -- (pg 37) -- SPIRITANS WORKING WITH THE ORTHODOX CHURCH IN ETHIOPIA by Brian OToole -- (pg 48) -- A ESTRADA DE EMAUS por Patrick Clarke -- (pg 57) -- MISSION AU NORD CAMEROUN par Gerard Sireau -- (pg 63) -- LE DISTRICT DU SENEGAL APRES CE CHAPITRE par Gerard Vieira -- (pg 74) -- HOMILY FOR THE FEAST OF FR. LAVAL by Bishop Maurice Piat -- (pg 82) -- A IGREJA NA AMERICA LATINA por dom Luciano -- (pg 86) -- ITAICI: DES MOTS POUR LE DIRE par Pierre Jubinville -- (pg 91) -- EN LISANT ITAICI par Jean-Claude Pariat -- (pg 102) -- APPRENTICESHIP IN UNDERSTANDING CONFLICT AND MAKING PEACE by Bill Headley -- (pg 111) -- APPRENTICESHIP IN UNDERSTANDING CONFLICT AND MAKING PEACE by Bill Headley -- (pg 125) -- BOOKS / LIVRES / LIVROS -- (pg 139) -- PUBLICATION / PUBLICAQOES -- (pg 146)
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Spiritan Life -- Number 06

The Congregation of the Holy Spirit January 1994 (has links)
Vida Espiritana -- Spiritan Life Vie Spiritaine No. 6 -- Juin 1994 -- CONTENTS -- EDITORIAL -- (pg 5) -- Jean-Claude Pariat VOCATIONS AMONG THE IGBO OF NIGERIA by Chukwuma James Okoye -- (pg 10) -- CARTA DOS ESTUDANTES DO BRASIL A RESPEITO DO CAPITULO GERAL os Estudantes de Teologia -- (pg 23) -- SEMENCES LIBERMANNIENNES par des etudiants spiritains -- (pg 27) -- LA CONGREGATION EN HAITI par Emile Jacquot -- (pg 40) -- PRESENCE D'EGLISE EN TERRE D'ISLAM par Raymond Gonnet -- (pg 49) -- SPIRITAIN ZAIROIS EN ALGERIE par Innocent Nzemba Muanda -- (pg 54) -- GOD HEARS THE CRY OF THE POOR by John Skinnader -- (pg 63) -- S E D O S by William Jenkinso -- (pg 70) -- ON SPIRITAN EDUCATION by Henry Koren -- (pg 79) -- LIBERMANN'S TIME IN RENNES by Allan Collins -- (pg 93 ) -- LIBERMANN, HOMME APOSTOLIQUE par Jean-Claude Pariat -- (pg 104) -- IDENTIDADE ESPIRITANA E CULTO MARIAL NO CONTEXTO BRASILEIRO por Pedro Iwashita -- (pg 122) -- BOOKS / LIVRES / LIVROS -- (pg 131) -- PUBLICATION / PUBLICAQOES -- (pg 136) -- From the Bulletin General, do Boletin Geral, du Bulletin General 1990-1993, Vol. LVII, no 781 -- (pg 138)
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Notes Biographiques

Congrégation du St-Esprit Unknown Date (has links)
Notes biographiques (textes combinés) -- Claude-François Poullart des Places -- (p. 3) -- M. Jacques-Hyacinthe Garnier -- (p. 17) -- M. Louis Bouic -- (p. 20) -- M. Pierre Caris -- (p. 45) -- M. Pierre Thomas -- (p. 48) -- M. François Becquet -- (p. 49) -- M. Jean-Marie Duflos -- (p. 71) -- M. Jacques Lars -- (p. 87) -- M. Joseph Roquelin -- (p. 91) -- M. Pierre-Thomas Rupalet -- (p. 92) -- M. Charles-Marie Pichon -- (p. 94) -- M. Dominique de Glicourt -- (p. 97) -- Déclaration -- (p. 106) -- Notices Biographiques -- (p. 109) -- M. Jacques-Magdeleine Bertout -- (p. 109) -- M. Jean-Baptiste Boudot -- (p. 286) -- M. Amable-Jacques-Célestin Fourdinier -- (p. 290) -- M. Nicolas-Joseph Warnet -- (p. 304) -- M. Alexandre-Jean-Baptiste Leguay -- (p. 309) -- M. Alexandre-Hippolyte-Xavier Monnet -- (p. 331) -- Notices Biographiques -- Le P. Pierre Gobbé -- (p. 1) -- Le P. Joseph Moreau -- (p. 6) -- Le F. Aristide David -- (p. 35) -- Le R.P. Henri Van Haecke -- (pp. 5-73) -- Notices Biographiques -- Le P. Louis Lévéque -- (p. 1) -- Le F. Gebhard Forderkuntz -- (p. 6) -- Le P. Louis Dédianne -- (p. 11) -- Le P. Charles Vogler -- (p. 18) -- Le R. P. François Ségala -- (p. 25) -- Le P. François Girard -- (p. 39) -- Le P. Paul Bernhard -- (p. 78) -- Le P. Auguste Nussbaumer -- (p. 82) -- Le P. Lucien-Auguste Risbourg -- (p. 88) -- Le F. Wilhelm Derkum -- (p. 92) -- Le F. Raoul Condon -- (p. 95) -- Le P. Auguste-Théophile-Marie Le Belley -- (p. 97) -- Le F. Ignace Bœglin -- (p. 138) -- Le F. Lazare Stinner -- (p. 146) -- Le P. Louis Bride --(p. 153) -- Le F. Mauricio Marques -- (p. 158) -- Le R.P. Louis-Philippe Walter -- (p. 161) -- Le P. Léon Pierre -- (p. 177) -- Le P. Martin Streicher -- (p. 183) -- Le F. Antoine Erdel -- (p. 189) -- Le F. Canisius Schemel -- (p. 193) -- Le F. Bérard Mehr -- (p. 195) -- Le P. Étienne Riegert -- (p. 202) -- Le F. Firmin Santier -- (p. 209) -- Le F. Amaro Antunés dos Santos -- (p. 215) -- Le F. Raymundo Alves Torquato -- (p. 217) -- Le P. Augustin Forestier -- (p. 220) -- Le Père Benoit Courtine -- (p. 225) -- Le F. Ambroise Le Ven -- (p. 231) -- Le P. Paul Trochon -- (p. 234) -- Le P. Vincent Nicol -- (p. 252) -- Notices Biographiques -- Le Père Gabriel-Etienne-Jean Courtade -- (p. 258) -- Le Père René Le Mauguen -- (p. 262) -- Le Père Antoine Kullmann -- (p. 268) -- Le Frère Corneille Siepe -- (p. 271) -- Le Frère André Bernard -- (p. 275) -- Le Père Joseph-Julien Kocher -- (p. 279) -- Le Père Jean-Michel Dangelzer -- (p. 287) -- Le Révèrend Père Pierre Cotel -- (292)
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Spiritan News 08

Holy Ghost Fathers Unknown Date (has links)
No description available.
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The Anniversaries of the October Revolution, 1918-1927: Politics and Imagery

Corbesero, Susan Marie 17 March 2006 (has links)
This dissertation explores the politics and imagery in the anniversary celebrations of the October Revolution in Moscow and Leningrad from 1918 to 1927. Central to Bolshevik efforts to take political and symbolic control of society, these early celebrations not only provided a vehicle for agitation on behalf of the Soviet regime, but also reflected changing popular and official perceptions of the meanings and goals of October. This study argues that politicians, cultural producers, and the urban public contributed to the design and meaning of the political anniversaries, engendering a negotiation of culture between the new Soviet state and its participants. Like the Revolution they sought to commemorate, the October celebrations unleashed and were shaped by both constructive and destructive forces. A combination of variable party and administrative controls, harsh economic realities, competing cultural strategies, and limitations of the existing mass media also influenced the Bolshevik commemorative projects. Approaching political culture through a study of civic ritual and revolutionary symbolism, this work examines the official mass parades, street art, mass media, popular entertainment, and workers' club campaigns in the holidays during this turbulent era of civil war, reconstruction, and political consolidation. The study concludes by looking at Moscow's Decennial of the October Revolution in 1927 and explores how the Bolsheviks ultimately mobilized the population and harnessed cultural forces to project legitimacy and the image of national consensus as the regime embarked on the Stalinist path of rapid societal and industrial transformation.
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Theater of Death: Capital Punishment in Early America, 1750-1800

Gottlieb, Gabriele 30 March 2006 (has links)
This dissertation analyzes capital punishment from 1750 to 1800 in Boston, Philadelphia, and Charleston. All were important Atlantic ports with bustling waterfront and diverse populations. Capital punishment was an integral part of eighteenth-century city life with the execution day as its pinnacle. As hangings were public and often attended by thousands of people, civil and religious authorities used the high drama of the gallows to build community consensus, shape the social order, and legitimize their power. A quantitative analysis of executions reveals patterns of punishment over time. The number of executions was relatively low in the colonial period, varied greatly during the Revolution, rose sharply in the mid- to late-1780s, and then declined during the 1790s in Boston and Philadelphia but remained high in Charleston. There were also important differences between the cities which influenced the death penalty: the fusion of civil and religious authority in Boston, most visible in execution sermons; a penal reform movement and opposition to capital punishment in Quaker-influenced Philadelphia; and the relations between masters and slaves as well as the question of dual sovereignty over life by the state and the master in Charleston. This study argues that capital punishment was an important tool of social control in early urban America. Executions were especially frequent in moments of real or perceived crisis. The mindset of juries was therefore essential in determining the punishment of a crime. More importantly, the death penalty was especially deployed to control the lower classes, as the majority of the condemned were young, male, and poor. Executions were correlated to forced labor. Boston, the city with the lowest percentage of forced labor, experienced the lowest rate of executions. Charleston, the city with the highest percentage, also witnessed the highest rate. Philadelphia fell between. The 1780s, a time when contemporaries believed that they experienced an unprecedented crime wave, saw the highest numbers of executions in all three cities with a peak late in the decade. By then the protection of property had become the primary agenda of the death penalty in urban areas.

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