Bibliographie Recente De L'histoire De l'Eglise Canadienne / A Current Bibliography of Canadian Church History 1995-1996

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Bibliographie Recente De L'histoire De l'Eglise Canadienne / A Current Bibliography of Canadian Church History 1995-1996


Sous la direction de / Under supervision of

Michel Bergeron

Universite Saint-Paul University (Ottawa, Ont.)

En collaboration avec / In collaboration with:

Paul Aubin

(Sainte-Foy, Que.)

Margaret Sanche

St. Thomas More College (Saskatoon, Sask.)

Peter McGuigan

(Halifax, N. S.)

Preparee par / Prepared by:

Centre de recherche en histoire religieuse du Canada

Research Centre for the Religious History of Canada

Universite Saint-Paul University (Ottawa, Ont.)

Avertissement / Foreword

Veuillez prendre note qu'a la suite d'une decision editoriale visant a respecter les limites de la publication, certains sujets tels que les inscriptions des monuments, la genealogie, les registres (bapteme, mariage, sepulture) ont ete retires de la bibliographie. Dorenavant, ces donnees retrouvees auparavant sous la rubrique <> ne seront donc plus disponibles.

Please note that following a decision aimed at respecting the limits of the publication, some subjects such as monument inscriptions, genealogies, registers (baptism, marriage, burial) have been removed. From now on, these data mentioned under the "Sources" section will not be available anymore.

Introduction

Dans chaque section, les ouvrages sont presentes par ordre alphabetique d'auteurs, sauf dans les sections 5, 6 et 8 ou ils sont classes selon l'ordre alphabetique du sujet (en caracteres gras), i.e., les confessions, les histoires regionales et les biographies. Le titre des ouvrages n'est pas repete mais au debut de chaque section, le symbole utilise <> renvoie aux titres qui figurent sous d'autres rubriques.

For each section, references are listed in alphabetical order of the author's name. In Sections 5, 6 and 8, however, the list is in alphabetical order of subjects (in bold characters), i.e., communions, regional history and biography. Items are not repeated, but at the beginning of each section, references are given to relevant items in earlier or later sections by using the symbol "SA=see also".

                  Table des matieres / Table of Contents
1.   Instruments de travail / Guides.................................
      4
2.   Sources.........................................................
      4
3.   Ouvrages generaux / General Works...............................
      5
4.   Histoire de l'Eglise: philosophie et principes / Church History:
     Philosophy and Principles.......................................
      5
5.   Les confessions / The Communions................................
      5
     A. Histoire generale / General History..........................
      5
     B. Chacune des confessions / Particular Communions..............
      6
6.   Histoire regionale / Regional History...........................
      8
     A. Diocese, congregation, synode / Diocese, Congregation, Synod.
      8
     B. Histoire paroissiale / Parish History........................
      9
7.   Institutions....................................................
     10
8.   Biographie / Biography..........................................
     11
     A. General / General............................................
     11
     B. Individus / Individuals......................................
     11
9.   Pratique religieuse et pastorale / Religious
     15
     Practice and Pastoral Care......................................
10.  Missions........................................................
     16
11.  L'Eglise et les arts / The Church and the Arts..................
     16
12.  L'Eglise et l'education / The Church and Education..............
     17
13.  L'Eglise, la migration et la colonisation / The Church,
     18
     Migration and Settlement........................................
14.  L'Eglise, la politique, le travail et la pensee sociale /
     18
     The Church, Politics, Labour and Social Thought. … 

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