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GENERAL HOUSE OF THE AUGUSTINIANS OF THE ASSUMPTION, ROME, 2003 Cum permissu Superiorum Romae, die 15a januarii 2002 Bayard, Inc. Immersed in the life of his college with its many students, surrounding himself with laity, priests, and religious as collaborators, he did not think of his personal, priestly, and religious life except in terms of team, community, and communion. A Caged Seminarian: d’Alzon at Montpellier............... Stanislas, which had won the esteem of the Catholic youth of the Capital (1824-1828).

Emmanuel, who welcomed the changes of the times and who was a natural leader, who loved the studies that inspired the apostolic options he would undertake for society and for the Church, did not have the temperament of a hermit. Roman Intoxication.................................................... Louis, of aristocratic reputation, for one year (1823-1824), and St.

A Vicar General’s Doll ............................................................... d’Alzon and a kind of compendium of his voluminous correspondence. Siméon Vailhé in 1923, had just been completed through the tenacious work of Fr. The reasons for a new publication, practical to use, appeared to be both simple and imperative: on the one hand, few religious would undertake, on their own, a systematic reading of that imposing corpus unless there was a proposed selection, a good reason for those responsible for the Congregation to encourage a stream-lined version; and, on the other hand, those in charge of formation in all the provinces, unable to count on a translation of this mass of texts in their own language, in the short term, were always obliged to use the usual texts, such as the or the foundational texts (Constitutions), writings that require continually renewed presentations and modernizations in order to keep their value.

d’Alzon, for the greater service to the people of God. FOREWORD In 1999, the General Council asked the archivist to prepare a book that would be a sort of anthology of Fr.

An Original Preacher ................................................................ Significant Evolutions And yet, this “thoroughbred” Southerner, who would visit Rome more often than Paris, escapes easy classification and stereotyping.

Is not his favorite adverb the frequently used word “frankly,” repeated with all its nuances and sometimes dumped on someone with the most brutal honesty?

For a time the education for the elite that he developed in Nîmes by taking on Assumption College in 1844 consumed all the strength of his religious; but very quickly, Emmanuel gave free rein to other initiatives that sought to reach the masses: Fr.

d’Alzon’s Social Streak.......................................................... This aristocrat knew how to speak to the people and aimed to draw the congregations he would found to the service of the needs of the people. The Orient: Mystery and Mirage............................................... d’Alzon, published or unpublished, known, less known, or unknown. Rochebelle, 1865....................................................................... Since 1992, there has been constituted a bank of computerized information that has reviewed, scanned, and classified all the writings of Fr. D’Alzon’s vocabulary, particularly rich in his voluminous correspondence, reveals no fear in juxtaposing the most familiar and the warmest epithets or diminutives with the most direct invectives or calls to order. Also in his writings, expressions of the most polished romanticism, filled with finesse and sensitivity, can be found side by side with fiery attacks highlighted by the purest irony or marked, like Veuillot, by the talent of the polemicist. The Call of Distant Lands: The Universal Vision and Mission ... Riding the Ultramontane Wave................................................. Before we present these extracts, we present a summary of this person.

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