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A Mission Too Far (PDF)
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Jan Snijders, born in the Netherlands in 1928, was professed in the Society of Mary in 1948 and ordained a priest in 1953. The same year he was sent out to the Solomon Islands where he worked as a missionary on the islands of Makira (San Cristoval) and Malaita. From 1967 to 1970 he was involved in the training of catechists and teachers for village schools. From 1971 to 1981 he was a member of the general administration of the Marist Fathers where he took a special interest in the foreign missions of the Society. During 1982 he had a sabbatical during which he obtained his doctorate in philosophy. From 1983 to 1987 he was a lecturer of philosophy in Holy Spirit Seminary, Bomana, Papua New Guinea. At the end of 1987 he returned to his home country and was provincial of the Marist Fathers in the Netherlands until 1994 and provincial bursar until 2004. After his retirement he started a study of the founder of the Society of Mary, John-Claude Colin, and especially of the founder’s involvement in the beginning and the administration of the Pacific Missions. Learn More

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Letters from the Marist Missionaries in Oceania 1836-1854 (PDF)
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Charles Girard, member of the Society of Mary, is originally from Louisiana, USA. He holds a doctorate in medieval French, Tulane University, New Orleans. He has transcribed, annotated, and indexed the 1365 letters received from Oceania by the General Administration of the Marist Fathers between 1836 and 1854. Held in the archives of the Marist Fathers in Rome, these are now published in a ten volume critical edition by Éditions Karthala, Paris. The present anthology is a selection of this opus magnum of historical sources for the Pacific. Learn More

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Thinking about Political Things: An Aristotelian Approach to Pacific Life (PDF)
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Andrew Murray is a Marist Father who has taught philosophy for over thirty years largely at Catholic Institute of Sydney but also at Catholic Theological Union and the Aquinas Academy in Sydney and at Catholic Theological Institute at Bomana in PNG and Holy Name Seminary at Tenaru in Solomon Islands. His interests are in the history of philosophy, political philosophy, rhetoric and knowledge. He has travelled extensively in the Pacific, which first drew him to the Society of Mary.
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Thinking Things Through (eBOOK/ePUB)
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Andrew Murray is a Marist Father and Senior Lecturer in Phi- losophy at Catholic Institute of Sydney. He has a doctorate in philosophy from Catholic University of America. His interests are in the history of philosophy, political philosophy, rhetoric and knowledge. Between 1996 and 2001 he wrote a column for The Catholic Weekly, and it is these essays that are published in this volume. In addition to many published articles he wrote What Can the Church Say? Politics and Religion in Contemporary Aus- tralia. He also edited his grandfather’s memoir, Major General John Joseph Murray, I Confess: A Memoir of the Siege of Tobruk. Learn More

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A Mission Too Far...Pacific Commitment (eBOOK/ePUB)
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Jan Snijders, born in the Netherlands in 1928, was professed in the Society of Mary in 1948 and ordained a priest in 1953. The same year he was sent out to the Solomon Islands where he worked as a missionary on the islands of Makira (San Cristoval) and Malaita. From 1967 to 1970 he was involved in the training of catechists and teachers for village schools. From 1971 to 1981 he was a member of the general administration of the Marist Fathers where he took a special interest in the foreign missions of the Society. During 1982 he had a sabbatical during which he obtained his doctorate in philosophy. From 1983 to 1987 he was a lecturer of philosophy in Holy Spirit Seminary, Bomana, Papua New Guinea. At the end of 1987 he returned to his home country and was provincial of the Marist Fathers in the Netherlands until 1994 and provincial bursar until 2004. After his retirement he started a study of the founder of the Society of Mary, John-Claude Colin, and especially of the founder’s involvement in the beginning and the administration of the Pacific Missions.
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Thinking Things Through (PDF)
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Andrew Murray is a Marist Father and Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at Catholic Institute of Sydney. He has a doctorate in philosophy from Catholic University of America. His interests are in the history of philosophy, political philosophy, rhetoric and knowledge. Between 1996 and 2001 he wrote a column for The Catholic Weekly, and it is these essays that are published in this volume. In addition to many published articles he wrote What Can the Church Say? Politics and Religion in Contemporary Australia. He also edited his grandfather’s memoir, Major General John Joseph Murray, I Confess: A Memoir of the Siege of Tobruk. Learn More

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Thinking about Political Things: An Aristotelian Approach to Pacific Life (PAPERBACK)
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The Author
Andrew Murray is a Marist Father who has taught philosophy for over thirty years largely at Catholic Institute of Sydney but also at Catholic Theological Union and the Aquinas Academy in Sydney and at Catholic Theological Institute at Bomana in PNG and Holy Name Seminary at Tenaru in Solomon Islands. His interests are in the history of philosophy, political philosophy, rhetoric and knowledge. He has travelled extensively in the Pacific, which first drew him to the Society of Mary.
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Letters from the Marist Missionaries in Oceania 1836-1854 (HARDBACK)
$105.00
Charles Girard, member of the Society of Mary, is originally from Louisiana, USA. He holds a doctorate in medieval French, Tulane University, New Orleans. He has transcribed, annotated, and indexed the 1365 letters received from Oceania by the General Administration of the Marist Fathers between 1836 and 1854. Held in the archives of the Marist Fathers in Rome, these are now published in a ten volume critical edition by Éditions Karthala, Paris. The present anthology is a selection of this opus magnum of historical sources for the Pacific. Learn More

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Letters from the Marist Missionaries in Oceania 1836-1854 (PAPERBACK)
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Charles Girard, member of the Society of Mary, is originally from Louisiana, USA. He holds a doctorate in medieval French, Tulane University, New Orleans. He has transcribed, annotated, and indexed the 1365 letters received from Oceania by the General Administration of the Marist Fathers between 1836 and 1854. Held in the archives of the Marist Fathers in Rome, these are now published in a ten volume critical edition by Éditions Karthala, Paris. The present anthology is a selection of this opus magnum of historical sources for the Pacific.

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Verguet’s Sketchbook: A Marist Missionary Artist in 1840s Oceania (PAPERBACK)
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Two Marists, Alois Greiler of Germany and Merv Duffy of New Zealand have produced a book about a treasure in the General Archives of the Society of Mary in Rome. Learn More

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