The resurrection of St. Columban

The resurrection of St. Columban
Published originally in the Ottawa Citizen - Sunday March 20, 2006
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St. Columban Irish Not Forgotten

St. Columban Irish Not Forgotten

From the March 2006 Catholic Times of Montreal

The Irish Settlement of St. Columban

By Bro. Jerome Hart - September 30, 1955

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The Parish of St. Columban

By the Rev. Lawrence P. Whelan

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Saint-Colomban: Une épopée irlandaise au piémont des Laurentides

 Une épopée irlandaise au piémont des Laurentides
An Irish Epic at the foot of the Laurentians

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Éditions d’ici là, 2006

Auteur/Author : Claude Bourguignon, ethnohistorien/ethnohistorian

People in the News

From *Nuacht - May 2006

People in the News
By Kathleen Dunn
(Page 14)

Memories of St. Columban

St. Columban an Irish Settlement Remembered at Last

From the August 2006 Laurentian Sun

Cornelius Phelan, M.D.

Cornelius was the son of John Phelan and Mary Phelan.  Dr. Cornelius J. F. R. Phelan ( married Elidianne Gendron) was born in the parish of St. Colomban, County of Two Mountains, P.Q., May 10,1840, and received a classical education at the College of Ste. Therese. Leaving this institution, he entered the Medical Faculty of McGill University, from which he graduated with the degree of M.D., C.M., in 1865. During the College vacation of 1864, he visited the hospitals of the United States in order to perfect his knowledge of surgery.

Ste-Marthe County, Vaudreuil, Québec, and The Maddens

From February 1997 NUACHT, Newsletter of St. Patrick’s Society of Montreal

Maben Poirier reports on the continuing research into the Irish of the Parish Ste-Marthe. Professor Poirier lectures in the Political Science Department of Concordia.


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