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Vital Justin Grandin

diaries of Bishop Vital Grandin

by Vital Justin Grandin

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Published by Historical Society of Alberta, Amisk Waskahegan Chapter in Edmonton, Alta., Canada .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Grandin, Vital Justin, 1829-1902 -- Diaries.,
  • Catholic Church -- Canada -- Bishops -- Diaries.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementtranslated by Alan D. Ridge ; editors, Brian M. Owens and Claude M. Roberto.
    ContributionsOwens, Brian M., Roberto, Claude M., Historical Society of Alberta. Amisk Waskahegan Chapter.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX4705.G6176 A3 1989
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. <1 > :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1957040M
    ISBN 10092912300X
    LC Control Number90186145

      Bishop Grandin Boulevard and St. Vital are well-known names in Winnipeg. The former is a major east-west thoroughfare that runs the length of southern end of the city. The latter is a neighbourhood nearby. The National Book Critics Circle Awards are a set of annual American literary awards by the National Book Critics Circle to promote "the finest books and reviews published in English". The first NBCC awards were announced and presented Janu There are six awards to books published in the U.S. during the preceding calendar year, in six categories: Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, Memoir.

      In , one of the eventual founders of our Working Circle realized that the Grandin LRT station, named after Bishop Vital Grandin, had a . Vital Grandin was born on February 8, , in Saint-Pierre-la-Cour, France. His parents were hotel-keepers and farmers. From an early age he feels a religious vocation and in enters the Petit Séminaire, with the intention of becoming a parish priest. In he decides to become a missionary and enters the Grand Séminaire in [ ].

    Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. Bishop Vital Grandin, Oblate of Mary Immaculate: first bishop of St. Albert (Alberta) Canada. Saved in: Bibliographic Details; Corporate Author: Oblates of Mary Immaculate. Format: Book: Language: English: Published. MicroData Summary for Vital-Justin Grandin (VIAF: ) Bishop Vital-Justin Grandin O.M.I. (born 8 Feb , died 3 Jun ) Bishop of Saint Albert. Event Place Birth Place: St-Pierre-la-Cour, Diocese of Le Mans, France; Ordained Bishop: Trinite, Marseille, Diocese of Marseille, France;.


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He served the Church in the western parts of what is now Canada both before and after Confederation and was an early supporter of the Canadian Indian residential school system. A volume of Grandin’s journals has been published as The diaries of Bishop Vital Grandin, ed.

[M.] Owens and C. [M.] Roberto (1v. to date [–77], Edmonton, ). Arch. de l’Évêché de Prince Albert, Sask., [V.-J. Grandin], “Mémoire de l’évêque de St. Historic Sites of Manitoba: Grandin School (Pembina Highway, Winnipeg) The Diaries of Bishop Vital Grandin edited by B.

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Vital Justin Grandin was born on February 8, at Saint-Pierre-la-Cour, now called Saint-Pierre-sur-Orthe, in the diocese of Le Mans, France. His parents were Jean Grandin and Marie Veillard. His father was a farmer but later became a hotelier and a butcher. While Vital. Bishop Grandin Blvd, Winnipeg, Manitoba R2M5S1.

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Bishop Grandin, who worked in the Red River Settlement, was disliked by many in the Métisse community and almost loathed by the Cree, Ojibwa and Saulteaux for his support of residential schools.

The new thoroughway linking Fort Garry and St. Vital in south Winnipeg has been named in honour of Bishop Vital J. Grandin. [] With the opening of Bishop Grandin Boulevard citizens of Winnipeg are encountering the name, regrettably unfamiliar to many, of a man who played a significant role in the development of the northwest.

GRANDIN, HENRI (named at birth Henri-François), Roman Catholic priest, Oblate of Mary Immaculate, and educator; b. 20 May in Sillé-le-Guillaume, France, son of Florent-Thomas Grandin, a butcher, and Modeste-Françoise Morin; nephew of Vital-Justin Grandin*; d.

16 Feb. in Paris. Like his uncle, the bishop of St Albert (Alta), Henri Grandin attended the Petit Séminaire de. On June 3, many returning teachers, faculty and alumni packed Vital Grandin’s gymnasium to celebrate the 60 th anniversary celebration.

The school, named after the first Bishop of St. Albert, began some classes on Feb. 1,though its official opening was on Nov.

18 of that year. Bishop Vital Justin Grandin. Vital Justin Grandin was born at St. Pierre de la Cour, France, on February 8, He was ordained priest of the Order of Oblate Fathers of Mary Immaculate on Ap Following his ordination, he was sent to Canada and.

This initiative takes its name from Vital-Justin Grandin, the Oblate missionary who was appointed the first Bishop of the Diocese of St.

Albert, which later became the Archdiocese of Edmonton. When established inthe Diocese covered a vast territory: large parts of the present Alberta, Saskatchewan and the Northwest Territories. Vital Grandin Elementary School is located in the South-East part of St. Albert. We currently have approximately students attending preschool to grade six.

We are pleased to offer the first Rec Academy program in our district to our students in grades 4. Parish History. Shortly after Battleford was named the capital of the North West Territories, Bishop Vital Grandin O.M.I. decided it was time to found a mission in the village.

At his urging, Father Alexis Andre travelled to Battleford to establish a new mission. The mission was dedicated to the patron saint of Msgr. Vital Grandin, and called St. Vital. Biography. Bishop Vital Justin Grandin was born on February 8,at Saint-Pierre-sur-Orthe, in Mayenne, France.

He was born of very poor parents. At the age of seven, Vital felt the desire to become a priest. With the help of many benefactors his dream was indeed to become a reality. Vital Justin Grandin, O.M.I., First Bishop of St. Albert, Alberta. BY THE REV. BROTHER MEMORIAN, F.S.C. Of late years, the name of Vital Justin Grandin has been the focus of considerable attention in ecclesiastical as well as in civil circles, due mainly to the fact that the cause of his beatification and canonization is being.

Biography of Bishop Vital Grandin () Short Background Statement: Vital Justice Grandin () was born February 8, in France and was ordained in the Oblate Missionaries of Mary Immaculate in “despite a pronounced lisp, ill health and incomplete studies” all of which found him rejected by other seminaries as these were “deemed too great a handicap.”.Books at Amazon.

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