A mission too far ... Pacific commitment and the Marist Missions, 1835-1841 / Jan Snijders Snijders, Jan, 1928-

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Snijders, Jan, 1928-
Subjects
Colin, Jean-Claude, 1790-1875.; Catholic Church; Missionaries - Oceania - Archives.
Audience
Specialized
Contents
  • 1. How it all began
  • Excursus A. Role of Father Jean-Claude Colin
  • 2 Launching the mission
  • Excursus B. How are missions governed?
  • 3. 1837: 'Towards the fight proposed to us'
  • 4. 1838 Part 1: the second wave
  • 5. 1838 Part 2: still worlds apart
  • 6. 1839 Part 1: the separate worlds connect
  • Excursus C. Power Encounter and Iconoclasm
  • 7. 1839 Part 2: gathering speed
  • 8. 1840 Part 1: wave after wave
  • 9. 1840 Part 2: the burden of the day
  • Excursus D. Champagnat and the first Marist Brothers in Oceania 1836-1841
  • 10. 1841: 'The hour to reap'
  • Excursus E. How did they come to kill Peter Chanel?
  • Epilogue : the first five years
  • Appendix : the real heroes.
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