History of French Protestantism in Canada and the United States Volumes 1 and 2 (PDF) (Histoire du protestantisme français au Canada et aux États-Unis Tomes 1 et 2 (PDF))
Would you be surprised to learn that French Protestantism has existed in Quebec and Canada for over 400 years? This inspiring, but little-known, long story is told in this unabridged edition which brings together the two volumes of the original work written by R.-P. Duclos. The story begins with the founding of New France and goes until the beginning of the 20th century.
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R.-P. Duclos , born in La-Pointe-aux-Fourches (Saint-Pie and Saint-Damase sector), on March 29, 1835, served as pastor of the Union synodale des Églises evangéliques canadienne-française (1858- 1877) and the Presbyterian Church of Canada (1877-1912). He died in Vevey, Switzerland, on September 13, 1912. He was then buried in Mount Royal Cemetery in Montreal. R.-P. Duclos was the first French Canadian to be ordained a Reformed pastor. He liked to put his gifts at the service of society. He was highly regarded, including by Catholics.
Author : R.-P. Duclos
Publisher : Impact Inheritance
Pages : 718
Format : PDF