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life of M. Olier, founder of the Seminary of S. Sulpice

Edward Healy Thompson

life of M. Olier, founder of the Seminary of S. Sulpice

by Edward Healy Thompson

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Published by Burns and Lambert in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Olier, Jean-Jacques, -- 1608-1657.

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    Statementby Edward Healy Thompson.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 438 p.
    Number of Pages438
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18855054M

    Olier, JEAN-JACQUES, founder of the seminary and Society of St-Sulpice, b. at Paris, Septem ; d. there, April 2, At Lyons, where his father had become administrator of justice, he made a thorough classical course under the Jesuits (); he was encouraged to become a priest by St. Francis de Sales, who predicted his sanctity and great services to the : Catholic Answers. "When we look to the legacy of Jean-Jacques Olier," Most Rev. Donald W. Wuerl, archbishop of Washington and chancellor of Catholic University, has said, "we can find three enduring elements: the priests of the Society of St. Sulpice, the structure of seminary formation and the outline of the spirituality for the diocesan priest.".

      Founder of the seminary and Society of St-Sulpice, b. at Paris, 20 Sept., ; d. there, 2 April, At Lyons, where his father had become administrator of justice, he made a thorough classical course under the Jesuits (); he was encouraged to become a priest by St. Francis de Sales, who predicted his sanctity and great services to the Church. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

    books based on 40 votes: Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis, Institutes of the Christian Religion, 2 Vols by John Calvin, Confessions by Augustine of Hi. St. Mary’s Seminary & University, our nation’s first seminary, was established by the Sulpician Fathers in Sulpicians are diocesan priests dedicated to priestly formation and seminary work. They were founded by Jean-Jacques Olier at the parish of Saint-Sulpice in Paris in Sulpicians direct seminaries in France, Canada, the United States, Columbia, Zambia, Malawi, and Viet Nam.


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Sulpice. The Life Of M. Olier, Founder of the Seminary of St. Sulpice. CONTENTS. EARLY YEARS OF M. OLIER — HIS CONVERSION. His birth and baptism at Paris. First indications of his vocation and mission.

His devotion to the Blessed :   M. de Chansiergues, founder of the Seminary of St. Louis ; his austere and laborious life. Ignace de la Dauversi^re establishes a community of priests. d'Entrechaux, a model of perfection. Direction of a Seminary a special : This missionary project was very close to M.

Olier’s heart. J An exchange of benefices was negotiated at the request of the pastor of the parish of Saint Sulpice. Olier became the curé of that parish and his predecessor, Julien de Fiesque, became the new beneficiary of the priory of Clisson. Founded at Paris by M.

Olier () for the purpose of providing directors for the seminaries established by him (see OLIER). At the founder's death () his society, approved by religious and civil authority, was firmly established.

The Paris seminary and three in the provinces (Viviers, Le Puy, Clermont) were opened to young ecclesiastics to give them besides the elements of the clerical. The Society of the Priests of Saint Sulpice was founded in France in by Father Jean-Jacques Olier (–), an exemplar of the French School of Spirituality.

A disciple of Vincent de Paul and Charles de Condren, Olier took part in "missions" organized by ion: ; years ago. The new building was founded in by parish priest Jean-Jacques Olier (–) who had established the Society of Saint-Sulpice, a clerical congregation, and a seminary attached to the church.

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Olier, Founder of the Seminary of St. Sulpice". The life of Jean-Jacques Olier, founder of the Seminary of St. Sulpice [microform] by Thompson, Edward Healy, Pages: M. de Chansiergues, founder of the Seminary of St. Louis ; his austere and laborious life. Ignace de la Dauversiere establishes a community of priests.

d Entrechaux, a model of perfection. Direction of a Seminary a special vocation. The Priests of St. Lazare and. Saint-Sulpice, SOCIETY OF, founded at Paris by M. Olier () for the purpose of providing directors for the seminaries established by him (see Jean-Jacques Olier).At the founder’s death () his society, approved by religious and civil authority, was firmly established.

The Paris seminary and three in the provinces (Viviers, Le Puy, Clermont) were opened to young ecclesiastics to give Author: Catholic Answers. Founded at Paris by M. Olier () for the purpose of providing directors for the seminaries established by him (see OLIER).

At the founder's death () his society, approved by religious and civil authority, was firmly established. InOlier founded the Society of St. Sulpice, which established seminaries throughout France that became known for their moral and academic teaching. During the period of the Fronde (), the civil war which reduced Paris to widespread misery and famine, Olier supported hundreds of families and provided many with clothing and shelter.

Get this from a library. The life of Jean-Jacques Olier, founder of the seminary of St. Sulpice. [Edward Healy Thompson]. Jean-Jacques Olier (there is a plaque commemorating his work in the church of St. Sulpice) became parish priest and on AugOlier began a seminary for the diocese of Paris, started the present church, and founded the Company of Priests of St.

Sulpice. An earlier attempt to found the seminary at Vaugirard had failed. Founder of the seminary and Society of St-Sulpice, b. at Paris, 20 Sept., ; d. there, 2 April, At Lyons, where his father had become administrator of justice, he made a thorough classical course under the Jesuits (); he was encouraged to become a priest by St.

Francis de Sales, who predicted his sanctity and great services to the Church. The Society of the Priest of Saint Sulpice is proud to announce the publication of a new, critical biography of Father Jean-Jacques OLIER, founder of the Sulpicians.

Written by a renowned expert in spirituality, Father Bernard Pitaud, PSS, this biography is the result of extensive research in the Memoirs of Father Olier and related materials.

In Olier relinquished his pastoral charge of the parish of Saint-Sulpice and devoted the rest of his life primarily to seminary work. He had the happiness of assigning priests of his community to four other seminaries: Nantes (), Viviers (), Le Puy (), and Clement ().

Society of Saint-Sulpice. From the Catholic Encyclopedia. Founded at Paris by M. Olier () for the purpose of providing directors for the seminaries established by him (see OLIER).

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Sulpice. London: Burns and Oates, (OCoLC) Named Person: Jean-Jacques Olier; Jean Jacques Olier; Jean-Jacques Olier: Material Type: Biography, Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Edward Healy Thompson.