Catholic timeline 3

Timeline created by Lucyclem
  • Establishment of the Maronite Eparchy

    Establishment of the Maronite Eparchy
    In 1584 Pope Gregory XIII founded the Maronite College in Rome, which flourished under Jesuit administration into the 20th century and became a training centre for scholars and leaders. Hardy martial mountaineers, the Maronites valiantly preserved their liberty and folkways.
  • Marist brothers and fathers

    Marist brothers and fathers
    Marist Father, member of Society of Mary (S.M.), a Roman Catholic religious congregation founded in 1816 in the diocese of Belley, Fr., by Jean-Claude Courveille and Jean-Claude-Marie Colin to undertake all ministerial works—parishes, schools, hospital chaplaincies, and the foreign missions—while stressing the virtues.
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    Cardinal Moran

    Patrick Francis Moran was the third Roman Catholic Archbishop of Sydney and the first cardinal appointed from Australia.
  • Immigration from Britain and Ireland

    Immigration from Britain and Ireland
    Irish migration to Great Britain has occurred from the earliest recorded history to the present. There has been a continuous movement of people between the islands of Ireland and Great Britain due to their proximity
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    archbishop mannix

    Daniel Patrick Mannix was an Irish-born Catholic bishop. Mannix was the Archbishop of Melbourne for 46 years and one of the most influential public figures in 20th-century Australia.
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    Cardinal gilroy

    Sir Norman Thomas Gilroy KBE was an Australian archbishop. He was the first Australian-born cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church.
  • Federation

    A federation is a political entity characterized by a union of partially self-governing provinces, states, or other regions under a central federal government.
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    World war 1

    World War I was a global war originating in Europe that lasted from 28 July 1914 to 11 November 1918.
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    Bob Santamaria

    Bartholomew Augustine Santamaria, usually known as B. A. Santamaria, was an Australian Roman Catholic anti-Communist political activist and journalist. He was a guiding influence in the founding of the Democratic Labor Party.
  • Conscription Debate

    Conscription Debate
    Conscription was also a debate about the obligations of citizenship. Those supporting conscription argued that: military service should not be an individual choice. the supreme duty a citizen owed to their country was to fight for it
  • The depression years

    The depression years
    The Great Depression was a severe worldwide economic depression that took place mostly during the 1930s, beginning in the United States. The timing of the Great Depression varied across the world; in most countries, it started in 1929 and lasted until the late 1930s.
  • De La Salle brothers

    De La Salle brothers
    The Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools, also known as the Christian Brothers, French Christian Brothers, Lasallian Brothers, or De La Salle Brothers is a Roman Catholic religious teaching congregation, founded in France by Jean-Baptiste de La Salle, and now based in Rome, Italy.
  • The labor party split

    The labor party split
    The Australian Labor Party split of 1955 was a split within the Australian Labor Party along ethnocultural lines and about the position towards communism. Key players in the split were the federal opposition leader H. V. "Doc" Evatt and B. A.