History of the Congregation of the Mission, 1870-1984.

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Vincentians. History of the Congregation of the Mission, 1870-1984.

History of the Congregation of the Mission, 1870-1984.

Material about Vincentian Fathers worldwide includes manuscripts about establishment of missions in Ireland, British Isles, Madagascar, and Australia, and of re-establishment of French mission after French Revolution of 1789, dated 1870. Notes about Superiors Generals and general history of St. Vincent de Paul and origin of Vincentians in France.

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