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diary of Bishop Frederic Baraga

Frederic Baraga

diary of Bishop Frederic Baraga

first bishop of Marquette, Michigan

by Frederic Baraga

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Published by Wayne State University Press in Detroit .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Marquette Region (Mich.)
    • Subjects:
    • Baraga, Frederic, 1797-1868 -- Diaries.,
    • Catholic Church -- Michigan -- Marquette Region -- Bishops -- Diaries.,
    • Marquette Region (Mich.) -- Biography.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited and annotated by Regis M. Walling and N. Daniel Rupp ; translated by Joseph Gregorich and Paul Prud"homme.
      SeriesGreat Lakes books
      ContributionsGregorich, Joseph, 1889-, Prud"homme, Paul, 1895-1975., Walling, Regis., Rupp, N. Daniel, 1940-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBX4705.B18 A3 1990
      The Physical Object
      Pagination338 p. :
      Number of Pages338
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2216520M
      ISBN 100814322956
      LC Control Number89039805


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The Diary of Bishop Frederic Baraga: First Bishop of Marquette, Michigan (Great Lakes Books Series) Paperback – July 1, by N Daniel Rupp (Editor), Regis M.

Walling (Editor), Joseph Gregorich (Translator), Paul Prud’homme (Translator) & 1 more5/5(2). Twenty years later, when Baraga first heard that he might be named Bishop of Upper Michigan, he began to keep a "daybook" or diary.".

Intended as a private document for his own use and reference "It was when Father Frederic Baraga arrived in this country from his native Slovenia/5(5).

Twenty years later, when Baraga first heard that he might be named Bishop of Upper Michigan, he began to keep a "daybook" or diary. Intended as a private document for his own use and reference, It was when Father Frederic Baraga arrived in this country from his native Slovenia.3/5(1).

Twenty years later, when Baraga first heard that he might be named Bishop of Upper Michigan, he began to keep a "daybook" or diary. Intended as a private document for his own use and reference, the diary contains a log of Baraga's missionary journeys, his observations about daily weather conditions, ship movement on the lakes, and a running account of the various works he accomplished.

It was when Father Frederic Baraga arrived in this country from his native Slovenia. He had come to bring Christianity to the Ottawa and Chippewa Indians of the Old Northwest. Twenty years later, when Baraga first heard that he might be named Bishop of Upper Michigan, he began to keep a "daybook" or : Joseph Gregorich.

Twenty years later, when Baraga first heard that he might be named Bishop of Upper Michigan, he began to keep a "daybook" or diary. Intended as a private document for his own use and reference, the diary contains a log of Baraga's missionary journeys, his observations about daily weather conditions, ship movement on the lakes, Pages: The Diary of Bishop Frederic Baraga: First Bishop of Marquette, Michigan.

It was when Father Frederic Baraga arrived in this country from his native Slovenia. He had come to bring Christianity to the Ottawa and Chippewa Indians of the Old Northwest. Description.

The diary of Frederic Baraga, Bishop of Upper Michigan. In Father Frederic Baraga came to this country from his native Slovenia, to bring Christianity to the Ottawa and Chippewa Indians of the Old Northwest.

Twenty years later, when Baraga first heard that the might be named Bishop of Upper Michigan, 3/5(1). Synopsis. The diary of Frederic Baraga, Bishop of Upper Michigan. In Father Frederic Baraga came to this country from his native Slovenia, to bring Christianity to the Ottawa and Chippewa Indians of the Old Northwest.

Twenty years later, when Baraga first heard that 5/5(2). The diary of Frederic Baraga, Bishop of Upper Michigan. In Father Frederic Baraga came to this country from his native Slovenia, to bring Christianity to the Ottawa and Chippewa Indians of the Old Northwest.

Twenty years later, when Baraga first heard that the might be named Bishop of Upper Michigan, he began to keep a ""daybook"" or :   The Diary of Bishop Frederic Baraga (Paperback) First Bishop of Marquette, Michigan (Revised) (Great Lakes Books) By Joseph Gregorich (Translator), Paul Prud'homme (Translator), N.

Daniel Rupp (Editor) Wayne State University Press,pp. Publication Date: July 1. For more information, including biographies of the bishop (unfortunately, I did not have these books as references for this article), you can contact the Bishop Baraga Association / Rock St.

/ Marquette, MI Or phone () Servant of God, Bishop Frederic Baraga, pray for us, and pray for America. Baraga, Frederic (). The Diary of Bishop Frederic Baraga: First Bishop of Marquette, Michigan.

Translated by Joseph Gregorich and Rev. Paul Prud'homme. Great Lakes Books. Ceglar, Charles A. Baragiana Collection. Hamilton: Baragiana Publishing. Lambert, Bernard J. Shepherd of the Wilderness: A Biography of Bishop Frederic Province: Detroit. The diary of Bishop Frederic Baraga: first bishop of Marquette, Michigan / edited and annotated by Regis M.

Walling and N. Daniel Rupp ; translated by Joseph Gregorich and Paul Prud'homme, S.J. series title. Great Lakes books. imprint. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, BARAGA, FREDERIC (Irenaeus Fridericus, Irenej Friderik, Friedrich), Roman Catholic priest, missionary, and bishop; b.

29 June near Dobrnič (Yugoslavia) at the castle of Malavas where his father was overseer, son of Maria Katharina Josefa Jenčič and Johann Nepomuc Baraga; d. 19 Jan. at Marquette, Mich. Frederic Baraga was born into a prosperous Slovenian family, but not into the. Am a native U-per and have followed the life of Bishop Baraga for years.

Have seen monument in Lanse, Mi and visited his crypt at St. Peter's in Marquette. But was hooked when local weather man wrote of Bishop Baraga's weather observations when he trekked across the UP in the s.

Hope he attains sainthood some day.5/5. There are no items selected for comparison. Compare Items Reset. My Account. Sign In Forgot your password.

Celebrating the Wisdom of Bishop Frederic Baraga Weekly parish Bulletin inserts – Quotes of Bishop Frederic Baraga accept when noted. Jan. 6: Jan. In the middle of the severest month of winter, January,Fr.

Baraga set out for a village five days distance to speak with an Indian Chief who had requested his Size: 18KB. First Bishop of Marquette, Michigan, U.S.A., b. 29 June,at Malavas, in the parish of Dobernice in the Austrian Dukedom of Carniola [present-day Slovenia — Ed.]; d.

at Marquette, Mich., 19 January, He was baptized on the very day of his birth, in the parish church of Dobernice, by the names of Irenaeus Frederic, the first of which, however, he never used, retaining only the second. Venerable Bishop Frederic Baraga, first bishop of the Diocese of Marquette (from until ), was the first of many Slovenian missionaries to come to the.

Get this from a library. The diary of Bishop Frederic Baraga: first bishop of Marquette, Michigan. [Frederic Baraga; Joseph Gregorich; Paul Prud'homme; Regis Walling; N Daniel Rupp] -- "It was when Father Frederic Baraga arrived in this country from his native Slovenia.

He had come to bring Christianity to the Ottawa and Chippewa Indians of the Old Northwest. Venerable Frederic Baraga’s History. Venerable Bishop Frederic Baraga, first bishop of the Diocese of Marquette (from until ), was the first of many Slovenian missionaries to come to the United States to help build up the American Catholic Church.

The Venerable Frederic Irenaeus Baraga (Slovene: Friderik Irenej Baraga), was a Slovenian Roman Catholic missionary to the United States and a grammarian of Native American became the first bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Marquette, Michigan, [1] originally sited at Sault Sainte Marie, which he led for 15 years.

His letters about his missionary work were published widely. InBishop Frederic Baraga hired the school's first teacher, Mr. Nicholas Murray. Bishop Baraga's diary entry notes, “Arrived in 'Cheboigan'; the teacher is very good and satisfied. For $30 I bought the schoolhouse, for which previously I had to pay $15 annual rent.” Bya new schoolhouse had been built and 23 students were on: West Lincoln Avenue, Cheboygan,MI.

Diary of Bishop Frederic Baraga: First Bishop of Marquette, Michigan (Great Lakes Books) by Editor-Regis M. Walling; Editor-N. Daniel Rupp; Translator-Joseph Gregorich; Translator-Paul Prud'Homme and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Baraga learned to speak the native languages fluently and developed their written language.

His Chippewa grammar and dictionary are still used today. Inhis first Indian Prayer Book was printed in Detroit. In he was elevated to Bishop, becoming the first Bishop in Upper Michigan.

Baraga, Frederic. The diary of Bishop Frederic Baraga: first bishop of Marquette. MICH. BXB18 A3 Croghan, George. George Croghan's journal of his trip to Detroit in MICH. FC76 Doty, William A. Excerpts from the diaries of William A.

Doty of Raisin Township, Lenawee County, Michigan. MICH. Novena in honor of Bishop Frederic Baraga (), holy Catholic missionary and first bishop of Marquette, MI. - A great missionary figure in the history of the American Church, was born in Slovenia. He came to the United States in to devote his life to the Indians of the Upper Great Lakes.

For 37 years Baraga moved about Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Canada, making God known and loved by all men. See more ideas about Great lakes, Michigan and Wisconsin pins.

Bishop Frederic Baraga, Grand Rapids, MI. likes. “God demands nothing else from you but your goodwill.” -Bishop BaragaFollowers:   Bishop Baraga Shrine, L’Anse, photo by RPM-Photo. Bishop Frederic Baraga passed away years ago on Janu He was born on J * in the castle of Mala vas in the Northwestern part of Slovenia, and for over half of the 71 years of his life Baraga covered a vast territory of o square miles in Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Canada.

More information about the Peter Crebassa Collection (MS), of which the Baraga letter is a part, may be found in the collection finding aid (PDF). The best collection of materials pertaining to the life of Frederic Baraga is held by the Baraga Educational Center, a museum and outreach point of the Bishop Baraga Association in Marquette.

Bishop Frederic Baraga was born on J After becoming an orphan at Baraga studied law at the University of Vienna. He graduated with high honors in After meeting St. Clement Horbauer, Baraga was inspired to enter the priesthood.

He was ordained on Septem Baraga gave up all claims to his family estate and dedicated himself to serving God’s people. Bishop Frederic Baraga Skodlica. Loading Unsubscribe from Skodlica. THE SNOWSHOE PRIEST - BISHOP OF BARAGA IN MICHIGAN'S UPPER PENINSULA | Jason Asselin.

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Philomena: Benedict of Bavaria (hardcover) What Saints. The life and Labors of Bishop Frederic Baraga (), holy Catholic missionary and first bishop of Marquette, MI. January 19 – Bishop Frederic Baraga Janu First Bishop of Marquette, Michigan, U.S.A., born 29 June,at Malavas, in the parish of Dobernice in the Austrian Dukedom of Carniola; died at Marquette, Michigan, 19 January, Venerable Bishop Frederic Baraga, first bishop of the Diocese of Marquette (from until ), was the first of many Slovenian missionaries to come to.

Baraga, FREDERIC, first Bishop of Marquette, Michigan, U.S.A., 29,at Malavas, in the parish of Dobernice in the Austrian Dukedom of Carniolia; d.

at Marquette, Mich., Janu He was baptized on the very day of his birth, in the parish church of Dobernice, by the names of Irenaeus Frederic, the first of which, however, he never used, retaining only the second.

The Diary of Bishop Frederic Baraga: First Bishop of Marquette, Michigan. Translated by Joseph Gregorich and Rev. Paul Prud'homme, S.J. (Great Lakes Books, ).by James K. Jamison() By Cross and Anchor is a reprint of book of the adventures of Bishop Frederic Baraga as he traveled the Upper Peninsula of Michigan bringing the Good News to the Native Americans and the imigrants of this vast mostly uninhabited region in the mid's.

pp.Father Frederic Baraga Servant of God was a Slovene American. This Roman Catholic Priest was a missionary, bishop, and grammarian. (29 June - Janu ) He ministered to the indians in the Great Lakes area of the United States.