Memoirs of the Congregation of the Mission in China, vol. 1, 1911.docx(2020)
The three-volume revision and updating of the Memoirs of the Congregation in China follows the originals completed in 1865-1866. Both publications were based on original documents and are properly annotated. The author of this revision was Alfred Milon, a Vincentian priest working in Paris. Volume 1 presents general introductions to Christian missionary work in China, concluding with the Jesuit missions. The major part of this volume concentrates on the work of the Vincentians in China, beginning in 1697. These missionaries included Chinese clergy as well as Europeans. The volume concludes with the suppression of the Society of Jesus, the Jesuits, in 1773. This would mark the beginning of a major commitment of the Vincentians to China.
- Congregation of the Mission,
Publication DateSeptember, 2020
Citation InformationJohn E Rybolt. Memoirs of the Congregation of the Mission in China, vol. 1, 1911.docx. (2020)
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