Missionaries

Some articles on missionaries:

Samineni Arulappa - Archbishopric - Works - Missionaries of Charity
... It was only in 1978 that the missionaries of charity started arriving in Secunderabad ... On 15 August 1978, the work of the Missionaries of Charity was inaugurated ...
St Agnes Catholic High School - Crest and Motto
... features of the crest of all schools started by the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary ... barque represents the journey that the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary took to other lands to spread the Catholic Faith ... motto "To Truth Through Love" is used by all Franciscan Missionaries of Mary schools to highlight the schools' approach to educating the whole person ...
St Agnes Catholic High School - History
... called) was established in 1962 by the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary, the school had 29 female students and three staff members, including founding Principal Sister Marcionelle (Burtille ... handed over to laypersons when the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary transferred the school to the Sydney Archdiocese ... the Epileptic Society and, later, the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary ...
List Of Huaorani People - Women
... injured from a stray bullet from one of the missionaries' weapons ... and not intended for her, since it appeared none of the missionaries had seen where she was hiding ... After the attack, she went up into the missionaries' tree house ...
Christianisation Of Iceland - Missionaries
... Beginning in 980, Iceland was visited by several missionaries ... The first of these seems to have been an Icelander returning from abroad, one Thorvald Konradsson (Old Norse Þorvaldr Konráðsson inn víðförli) ...

Famous quotes containing the word missionaries:

    It was very agreeable, as well as independent, thus lying in the open air, and the fire kept our uncovered extremities warm enough. The Jesuit missionaries used to say, that, in their journeys with the Indians in Canada, they lay on a bed which had never been shaken up since creation, unless by earthquakes.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)