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The support of the people of Montreal and of the Sulpicians would be needed for the Grey Nuns to obtain royal letters patent in 1753.These recognized the legal existence of the community and officially and definitively entrusted the administration of the establishment to it.
Eight Sulpicians remain at the seminary: the vice rector, a graduate student and six faculty members.
(53) Carriere taught moral theology at Saint Sulpice, first at the elementary level and later within the cours superieur established by the Sulpicians for students who had already completed their training for ordination.
Charity was channeled through the clergy, and the aumonier du pauvre assigned by the Sulpicians for the Irish kept a pocket notebook of his expenditures: cotton shirting, an entire raft of firewood, cloaks for four women, a blanket, two pairs of shoes, a coffin for an orphan ...
To study the cultural achievements of the Montreal Sulpicians is to plunge deep into the history of Montreal, given the central role of the Sulpician Order in the development of Montreal and Lower Canada.
Montgolfier, Superior of the Sulpicians, in his capacity as Vicar General of Bishop Briand.
The "crisis" that took place in 1990 was the result of over three hundred years of struggle on the part of the Kanien'kehaka (or what colonizers have termed the "Mohawk") to maintain some "control of their ancestral lands" in response to colonial encroachments by French Sulpicians and, later, the Canadian, Quebec, and municipal governments claiming authority over the region.
Hence the Crown often supported new orders such as the Sulpicians simply in order to offset the dominance of the Jesuits.
In general, bishops also succeeded in undermining the Sorbonne through their continued support for diocesan and Parisian seminaries, often championed in alliance with the Jesuits and Sulpicians. The pedagogical importance of the Sorbonne was, thus, greatly undermined by the growth and relative curricular strength of Lazarist, Sulpician, and Jesuit seminaries that benefited greatly from these close relationships to the high clergy.
Mary Willan Mason's last article For Catholic Insight was "Sacred art and the Sulpicians of Montreal," C.I.
(34) This early urbanization and industrialization was founded on three bases: the subdivision of the Sulpicians' and other orders' seigneurial properties, which provided the opportunity for residential development; the renovation of the Lachine Canal, which attracted industries to its banks; and the introduction of the railway, which reinforced Montreal's position as a hub and led to the creation of an important industrial complex in Pointe-Saint-Charles.
When the paths of Elizabeth and Dubourg had intersected providentially in New York, he had assured her that the Sulpicians would assist her in "forming a plan of life" (E.