Citations with the tag: MISSIONARY settlements
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- A Neglected Heritage.
Main, Jeremy // Archaeology; Mar/Apr2001, Vol. 54 Issue 2, p50
Discusses the mission ruins of Jesuit priests in Argentina. Restoration efforts of the Argentinian government in the 1940s; Description of the mission's main plaza in San Ignacio Mini; Proposed amount for the restoration of San Ignacio; Structure of the chapel of the Virgin of Loreto;...
- Yesterday' s People.
Huxford, Gary // Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought; Spring2006, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p82
The article relates the author's experience in Ethiopia during his missionary stint with his wife. According to him, his missionary stint made him experience an epiphany. He said that a few years of reflection plus an additional tour of duty in Haiti have deepened his broodings begun on that...
- California missions.
Lundgren, Julie K. // Rourke's Native American History & Culture Encyclopedia; Feb2009, Issue 2, p19
Information about the California missions, a chain of 21 church communities in the Pacific coast which were believed to spread Christianity among native people in the conquered areas, is presented.
- Jesus Name Church to host missionary Feb.7.
Lundgren, Julie K. // Clarendon Enterprise (TX); 2/1/2007, Vol. 18 Issue 7, p4
The article reports that Jesus Name Church will host Randy Adams as guest missionary in Texas.
- Emerging Church? New thinking about the church in Europe in the 21st century.
Tiplady, Richard // Evangel; Summer2008, Vol. 26 Issue 2, pi
This article discusses the emanation of what is commonly known as missional church or mission-shaped church in Europe in the 21st century. The author begins with by describing the unique characteristics as well as the ethos and driving force, of what he calls as emerging church. He notes how...
MacMillan, Dianne // Missions of the Los Angeles Area; 1996, p10
The article presents an introduction on California's missions. Founded by Spain, the California missions are located on a narrow strip of California's Pacific coast. In the 1600s, Spain built mission settlements on the peninsula known as Baja California, as well as in other areas of New Spain....
- In India, life leavens liturgy.
Gonsalves, Francis // National Catholic Reporter; 1/23/2004, Vol. 40 Issue 12, p11a
Reports on adivasi or aboriginals' celebration of God's wonders at the mission house at Unai in Gujarat's Navsari district in India. Sacramentalizing of tribal life and Jesus' sacrifice in symbols, songs and dance; Concept of the adivasi liturgy; Purpose of the rite of presence of the Kokana tribe.
- Response to Reviews.
Mann, Kristin Dutcher // U.S. Catholic Historian; Spring2011, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p52
The article presents the author's response to the reviews of her book "The Power of Song" on the phenomenon of music as a prism to analyze the mission communities of Northern New, Spain in which she hopes that musicologist will go far beyond her overview of music and dance.
- Fragments of forgotten free state history.
Badenhorst, Leone // Lantern; May93, Vol. 42 Issue 2, p35
Presents the history of French mission stations in South Africa. Contributions of French missionary Jean Louis Prosper Lemue at the Carmel mission station; Beersheba mission station established by Samuel Rolland in 1835; Information on guided visits to the stations.
D. R. H. // Encyclopaedia of Aboriginal Australia; 1994, Vol. 2, p890
An encyclopedia entry for Pormpuraaw, an Anglican mission on the Edward River, is presented. The Anglican mission, which was the third mission in southwest Cape York, was established in Queensland in 1938. The first mission was established in 1905, while the second was made in 1932. The...
- Roper River.
I. H.-W. // Encyclopaedia of Aboriginal Australia; 1994, Vol. 2, p953
An encyclopedia entry for the Roper River is presented. It refers to a river that rises about 55 kilometers southeast of Katherine, Northern Territory (NT) and flows into the Gulf of Carpentaria. The river served as a supply route for the construction of the Overland Telegraph in the early...
- BEING AND BECOMING IN A WORLD THAT WON'T STAND STILL.
Daly, Richard // Social Analysis; Spring2005, Vol. 49 Issue 1, p21
Recently, the historical validity of concepts of aboriginality has been questioned. It is argued here that aboriginality has been and remains a significant feature of identity and a source of cultural renewal in a rapidly changing world. The nature of aboriginality must always be qualified and...
C. K. // America; 2/17/1951, Vol. 84 Issue 20, p577
This section offers news briefs related to religious events as of February 1951. The Fall River Diocese has launched a campaign for the protection of its missionary daughters and sons entitled "Prayers for Missioners." As reported, the sixth annual convention of the Catholic Business Education...
- BOSANSKI FRANJEVCI, TURSKE PA�E I UGARSKI BISKUPI.
T�th, Istv�n Gy�rgy // Scrinia Slavonica; 2007, Vol. 7, p107
A unique example of double hierarchy of the Catholic Church that led to a conflict of jurisdictions between the Hungarian king and the Pope arose in central Hungary at the time of Turkish rule. In accordance with their old right, Hungarian kings continued to appoint Hungarian bishops even after...
- "Everywhere at Home": The Eighteenth-Century Moravian Movement as a Transatlantic Religious Community.
Vogt, Peter // Journal of Moravian History (Moravian Archives); Fall2006, Issue 1, p7
Beginning in the 1730s, the Moravians established their presence as a religious renewal and missionary movement in the Atlantic world. Operating with a global vision, they founded congregations and societies throughout Europe and established numerous settlements and mission stations in North...
- Chapter 5: MISSION DOLORES: HUICMUSE BECOMES MARINO.
Vogt, Peter // Chief Marin: Leader, Rebel & Legend; 2007, p44
Chapter 5 of the book "CHIEF MARIN: LEADER, REBEL AND LEGEND" is presented. It revealed that the chosen site for the mission was near the Ohlone village of the Yelamu tribe and the main objective of the mission is to convert native Americans to Catholicism. It describes how the Europeans induce...
- Chapter 6: EARLY SAN RAFAEL MISSION.
Vogt, Peter // Chief Marin: Leader, Rebel & Legend; 2007, p71
Chapter 6 of the book "CHIEF MARIN: LEADER, REBEL AND LEGEND" is presented. It narrates how Indians continued to die in horrifying numbers throughout 1817 and the reaction of the native Indians to the menace. It describes how mission Rafael was organized and with the main purpose of...
- BOOZE AND 'BACCY IN THE BASIN.
Vogt, Peter // Heritage New Zealand; Spring2006, Issue 102, p6
The article reports that evidence of indulgence in alcoholic drinks and tobacco during the early days of the Kerikeri Mission Station in New Zealand is now being shown at a mini-exhibition at the Historic Places Trust's Kerikeri Stone Store. The exhibit is entitled "Measures for Pleasures" and...
- Southern hospitality.
Gary, Heather Grennan // U.S. Catholic; Aug2004, Vol. 69 Issue 8, p4
Looks at the mission work organized by Msgr. Greg Schaffer, a native of Minnesota, in San Lucas, Guatemala. Measure of hospitality and generosity among the villagers and mission workers to visitors.
- Centralization of Missionary Agencies.
Hagspiel, Bruno // America; 10/21/1916, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p30
The article discusses the development and centralization of the missionary collecting agencies in the U.S. It views that the American Catholics are becoming more alert and conscious of their missionary duty. The said union and centralization in the missionary agencies improve strength in...
D�az, Katharine A. // Hispanic; May2005, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p54
Provides information on several Web sites about historic missions throughout the U.S. Establishment of Spanish La Florida area; Missions that were established in places like Virginia and New York; Spanish missions of California.
- Thank you letters.
D�az, Katharine A. // Confederated Umatilla Journal; Aug2012, Vol. 17 Issue 8, p24
Several letters to the editor are presented including one which gives thanks to the candidates who attended and the volunteers who helped at the Candidates Forum of Mission Community Forum on July 25, 2012, one which expresses thanks to the members of the Umatilla Reservation Community, and one...
D�az, Katharine A. // Baltimore Jewish Times; 10/26/2012, Vol. 328 Issue 8, p15
A correction to the article "LifeBridge Launches New Center" and "Ode to a Matriach" that was published in the October 19, 2012 issue is presented.
- Good news in the mission field.
Scherer-Edmunds, Meinrad; Abella, Josep Maria // U.S. Catholic; Mar2006, Vol. 71 Issue 3, p32
Presents an interview with Father Josep Maria Abella, superior general of the Claretians missionary congregation. Reason of Abella for joining a missionary congregation; Challenges encountered in spreading Christianity in Japan; Role of the Catholic Church in changing the community.
- Missionary builds trust, aids sick children.
Schulzetenberg, Sue // National Catholic Reporter; 12/21/2007, Vol. 44 Issue 8, p10
The article focuses on the effort of Bob McCahill, a Catholic missionary and his commitment to serve the oppressed area of the Muslim and Hindu community in Bangladesh. McCahill has been called the Mother Theresa of Maryknoll and it has given him an edge in reaching out particularly the ailing...
- HARVESTING SOULS.
LIPPERT, JOSEPH // Native Peoples Magazine; Mar/Apr2012, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p50
In this article the author reflects on the clash of European and Native cultures that took place in South Texas Missions between 1550 and 1794. Particular focus is given to the five missions that were built by the Spanish in an attempt to convert Native Americans into Catholic citizens of the...
- Passi, S.
I. H-W. // Encyclopaedia of Aboriginal Australia; 1994, Vol. 2, p848
A encyclopedia entry for Sam Passi, a missionary to Australian aborigines, is presented. He worked at Mer mission school for several decades. He taught at Poid village, Moa, Coconut Island, Darnley Island, Stephens Island and Yorke Island. He managed a local Island Institution Board store and...
I. H.-W. // Encyclopaedia of Aboriginal Australia; 1994, Vol. 2, p930
An encyclopedia entry for Raukkan Mission in South Australia is presented. The mission was established by the Aborigines Friends Association of Adelaide in 1860. Endeavors of the Aboriginal people had been affected by the white presence, except feather-flower making. Education became available...
- From the forklift to the world.
Roewe, Brian // National Catholic Reporter; 2/17/2012, Vol. 48 Issue 9, p8a
The article features Brothers Regis Fust of Salavatorian Mission Warehouse in New Holstein, Wisconsin and Anthony Canterucci of the Missionaries of the Precious Blood. It says that Fust began his work of sending supplies to missionaries in 1963. It mentions that Canterucci has been the head of...
- JANUARY 19, 1847.
Stone, Ron // Book of Texas Days; 1984, p13
The article highlights a historical event that happened in Texas on January 19, 1847. On January 19, 1847, six Ursuline nuns and their mother superior, Sister Arsene Blin, arrived at the Port of Galveston, Texas from New Orleans, Louisiana. Their mission was to establish a series of schools in...
- Swaps & Sales—Historic Properties.
Stone, Ron // Old House Journal; May/Jun2006, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p110
The article features several historic homes for sale in the U.S. The old house in Washington, D.C. is a Victorian design that was built and owned by the same family since 1897. The Lyman Missionary House built circa 1880 is the main building of the My Island Bed & Breakfast Inn in Volcano...
- The Mission (Book).
Deutelbaum, Marshall // Library Journal; 10/15/1986, Vol. 111 Issue 17, p106
Reviews the book 'The Mission: a film journal,' by Daniel Berrigan.
Howie-Willis, Ian // Encyclopaedia of Aboriginal Australia; 1994, Vol. 1, p165
An encyclopedia entry for the Buntingdale mission station in Australia is presented. Located on Barwon River, the Methodist station was founded by missionary Francis Tuckfield. Aboriginal people helped with station tasks in exchange for food and shelter. The station's location near rival tribal...
- The Missionary Enterprise in China and America (Book Review).
Shaw, Yu-Ming // American Historical Review; Oct76, Vol. 81 Issue 4, p934
Reviews the book 'The Missionary Enterprise in China and America,' edited and introduced by John K. Fairbank.
- The Return of the King.
Williams, Michael // America; 11/10/1917, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p104
The article focuses on the mission of Father Junipero Serra at the Mission of San Carlos Borromeo de Carmelo in Carmel, California. The mission of Serra at Carmelo was one of the first to feel the devastating effects of the iniquitous secularization. It was one of the first to fall into total...
- Mission 500 Attends CAA Conference.
Williams, Michael // SDM: Security Distributing & Marketing; Feb2008, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p18
The article offers information on the hosting of California Alarm Association Winter Convention and Western Security Conference in San Francisco, California. The event centers the Mission 500, a nonprofit initiative concentrating on the security industry and providing services to the children...
- CONTINUITY IN CHARISMATA: SWEDISH MISSION AND THE GROWTH OF NEO-PENTECOSTAL CHURCHES IN RUSSIA.
Aronson, Torbjorn // Religion in Eastern Europe; Feb2011, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p33
The article discusses the relationship between Classical Pentecostalism and Neo-Pentecostal churches in Russia. It notes the similarities of the two forms of Pentecostalism such as in the theory and application of the charismata and their differences as well. It concludes that the existence of...
White, Tekla N.; Rawls, James J. // Missions of San Francisco Bay Area; 1996, p74
Each year thousands of tourists and students visit the California missions. Over time, the missions have gone through many changes. The earliest structures were replaced by sturdier buildings with tall towers and long arcades. But even these solid buildings eventually fell into ruin and later...
- A Specialist Study in New Zealand English Lexis: The Rural Sector.
Bardsley, Dianne // International Journal of Lexicography; Mar2006, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p41
The rural sector has occupied a central position in the culture and economy of New Zealand since sheep were first imported by missionary settlers in 1814 to what was then an isolated and predominantly rain forested land. In 1900, more than 58% of the colonial and indigenous Maori populations...
- The Other CM: Catholic Missionary Outreach to the Indians of Trinidad in the Nineteenth Century.
TAITT, GLENROY // Journal of Caribbean History; 2010, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p151
In contrast to the well-documented work of the Canadian Mission, or CM, which arrived in Trinidad from Nova Scotia in 1868 expressly to Christianize the migrants from India and their offspring, Catholic missionary activity among Trinidad's Indian population is far less known. This article,...
- A ministry of friendship and dialogue.
Ryan, Erin // National Catholic Reporter; 12/21/2007, Vol. 44 Issue 8, p10
The author focuses on the effort of Bob McCahill, a Catholic missionary in establishing a bond of brotherhood between the Christian community to the Muslim citizens in Bangladesh. McCahill was influential in building a friendly relation within the Muslim community. Furthermore, the missionary...
Ryan, Erin // National Catholic Reporter; 12/21/2007, Vol. 44 Issue 8, p10
The article presents a letter concerning the appreciation of Bob McCahill, a Catholic missionary relative to his stay in Bangladesh. It describes the missionary's profound experience concerning his effort and the acts of brotherhood in reaching out his Muslim brothers in the country. It also...
I. H.-W. // Encyclopaedia of Aboriginal Australia; 1994, Vol. 2, p924
An encyclopedia entry for Ramahyuck Mission is presented. The mission was established by Revered F. A. Hagenauer, who joined the Kurnai people at Sale, Victoria, in February 1862. Hagenauer established an authoritarian regime at Ramahyuck. He burnt artefacts and enforced marriages not...
- The Making of Mission Communities in East Africa (Book Review).
Zarwan, John // American Historical Review; Dec79, Vol. 84 Issue 5, p1446
Reviews the book 'The Making of Mission Communities in East Africa: Anglicans and Africans in Colonial Kenya, 1875-1935,' by Robert W. Strayer.
- Phases of Missionization Around the Pacific Ocean, 1500-1900.
Storch, Tanya // World History Bulletin; Spring2008, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p29
The article discusses the history of religious exchanges and missionary activities around the Pacific Ocean region from the sixteenth to the nineteenth centuries. It is stated that religious activities in the area correspond to the phases of the trans-oceanic trade of various products including...
- building the docklands settlement: gender, gentility, and the gentry in east london, 1894-1939.
harris, alana // Material Religion; Mar2013, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p60
This article explores a little-examined but highly influential Church of England religious settlement, the Docklands Mission in Canning Town. Employing a methodology focused on the spatial materiality of the Settlement - its creation and renovation through the efforts of volunteers and the...
harris, alana // New Republic; 06/05/2000, Vol. 222 Issue 23, p10
Presents information about the political conditions across the world. David Brower, a member of the board of director's of the Sierra Club has charged the club with not being strident enough; Refusal of the board to call for immigration barriers; Position of no stance on the United States...
- Butterflies and Barbarians: Swiss Missionaries and Systems of Knowledge in South-East Africa.
Smythe, Kathleen // International Journal of African Historical Studies; 2008, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p137
The article reviews the book "Butterflies and Barbarians: Swiss Missionaries and Systems of Knowledge in South-East Africa," by Patrick Harries.
- Organizing Freedom: De Facto Independence on the Island of Ano Bom (Annob�n) during the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries.
CALDEIRA, ARLINDO MANUEL // Afro-Hispanic Review; Fall2009, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p293
The article explores the presence of de facto independence on the island of Ano Bom (Annob�n) in the 18th and 19th centuries. The author discusses social relations between Dutch and European sailors, the Portuguese inhabitants of the island, and African slaves brought to the island during the...
- The Power of Song: Music and Dance in the Mission Communities of Northern New Spain, 1590-1810.
Senkewicz, Robert M.; Sandos, James A.; Summers, William John // U.S. Catholic Historian; Spring2011, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p47
The article reviews the book "The Power of Song: Music and Dance in the Mission Communities of Northern New Spain, 1590-1810," by Kristin Dutcher Mann.