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TO THE MEMORY
MICHAEL FLINTAN POWER AT WHOSE SUGGESTION I FIRST UNDERTOOK AND TO
AT WHOSE SUGGESTION I FIRST UNDERTOOK
MSGR. ANDREW SEARS THROUGH WHOSE SYMPATHETIC ENCOURAGEMENT
THROUGH WHOSE SYMPATHETIC ENCOURAGEMENT
|CHAPTER I -||Religious Conditions of West Newfoundland Before the Time of a Resident Priest|
|CHAPTER II -||The Appointment of the First Resident Priest|
|CHAPTER III-||Fr. Sears Volunteers for West Newfoundland|
|CHAPTER IV -||Fr. Sears Volunteers for West Newfoundland|
|CHAPTER V-||Early Days and Ordination to the Holy Priesthood|
|CHAPTER VI-||First Impressions of Newfoundland - Reports|
|CHAPTER VII-||The Acadian Population of His Mission-Church Building-Hardship of Travel|
|CHAPTER VIII-||Nomination as Prefect Apostolic of St. George's Bay, 17th September, 1871|
|CHAPTER IX-||Monsignor Sears; "Report of State of Mission," 1876|
|CHAPTER X -||The Effects of the French Treaty, Claims|
|CHAPTER XI-||Monsignor Thomas Sears, Builder in West Newfoundland|
|CHAPTER XII-||Monsignor Sears- Church Builder|
|CHAPTER XIII-||Priest Helpers - Struggles to Obtain Them|
|CHAPTER XIV-||Education and Other Statistics|
|CHAPTER XV-||The North-West Coast - The South West Coast|
|CHAPTER XVI-||The Prefecture in 1881. Visit to Rome, Domestic Prelate|
|CHAPTER XVII-||Closing Years - 1884 - Death - Public Tributes to the Dead Prefect|
|APPENDIX-||Letters and Addresses of Monsignor and Others|
Page Transcribed by Bill Crant (1999)
Page Revised Oct. 2002 (Terry Piercey)
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