spirit of Saint Jane Frances de Chantal as shown by her letters

by Chantal, Jeanne-Françoise de Saint

Publisher: Longmans, Green, and co. in London, New York [etc.]

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Statementtr. by the Sisters of the visitation, Harrow-on-the-Hill; with a preface by His Eminence Cardinal Bourne.
ContributionsSisters of the Visitation (Harrow (London), England).
The Physical Object
Pagination466 p.
Number of Pages466
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16426835M
LC Control Number22010112

During the three decades before her death in , she established and governed eighty-seven Visitation convents by appointing gifted women to lead them and crisscrossing France in arduous journeys to encourage the nuns in person. Appropriately, Jane became known as Mother de Chantal as she tenderly mothered her sisters as her own daughters. Jane Frances de Chantal was a widow and an extremely good person, carrying out her family duties in a way that attracted the friendship and affection of everyone. If it were a revolutionary family of our days, she would be persecuted; but it was a very good family, so she was esteemed by all the members. The bulletin, published every Sunday, is your best source of St. Jane Frances de Chantal parish news. Our bulletin includes articles from staff, news from the Archdiocese, and faith-based resources in our area. Want to view the bulletin? All editions are listed below. The latest edition can be picked up in our Parish Office. St. Jane Frances de Chantal, Born at Dijon in France in , Jane was very pious and religious from a very young age. In she married the Baron de Chantal, who inherited many debts along with his title. Despite the early financial worries, she and he.

Office Fax Religious Education Office St. Michael Mission St. Jane Hall St. Joseph Hall The St. Jane De Chantal Schola has recorded some pieces for our Sunday morning Masses. Let this “Ave Maria” by Arcadelt comfort you and be a sign of hope in these difficult times. For the Solemnity of Pentecost: Come, Holy Ghost Spirit of the Living God. For the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity: God So Loved the World My Lord, What a Morning.   Selected letters of Saint Jane Frances de Chantal by, , R. & J. Washbourne edition. Saturday of the Third Week of Easter The great method of prayer is to have none. If in going to prayer one can form in oneself a pure capacity for receiving the spirit of God, that will suffice for all method. — St. Jane Frances de Chantal.

  She was beatified in , canonized in , and 21 August was appointed as her feast day. The life of the saint was written in the seventeenth century, with inimitable charm, by her secretary, Mother de Chaugy. Monsignor Bougaud, who died Bishop of Laval, published in a "Histoire de Sainte Chantal" which had a great and well-deserved.

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Spirit of Saint Jane Frances de Chantal as shown by her letters (OCoLC) Named Person: Jeanne-Françoise de Chantal, Saint; Francis, de Sales Saint; Jeanne-Françoise de Chantal, Saint; Francis, de Sales Saint; Jeanne-Françoise de Chantal, Saint: Document Type: Book.

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Her mother died when she was 18 months old, and her father, head of parliament at Dijon, France, became the main influence on her education. Jane developed into a woman of beauty and refinement, lively and cheerful in : Franciscan Media. Saint Jane Frances of Chantal, ; canonized ; feast day August 21), French cofounder of the Visitation Order.

In she married Baron de Chantal, who was killed in a hunting accident (), leaving her with four children. In she heard St. Francis de Sales preach the Lent at Dijon and. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker.

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Francis de Sales, Jane de Chantal: Letters of Spiritual Direction (Classics of Western Spirituality Reviews: St. Jane Frances de Chantal: "Hold your eyes on God and leave the doing to him. That is all the doing you have to worry about." From the Book of Heaven - V2 – - "Contempt of yourself is praiseworthy when it is well invested with the spirit of Faith; but when it is not invested with the spirit of.

The words of the saint comprise instructions on the religious life, various minor works, among which is the admirable "Deposition for the Process of Beatification of St. Francis de Sales", and a great many letters.

The saint's qualities are seen in her precise and vigorous style, void of imagery but betraying a repressed emotion, and bursting.

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If a gentle kindness, vivified and strengthened by a complete spirit of renunciation, predominates in St.

Francis de Sales, it is firmness and great vigor which prevails in St. Jane Frances; she did not like to see her daughters giving way to human weakness.

At the time of the death of St. Francis de Sales inthe order already counted thirteen houses; there were eighty-six when St. Jane Frances died; and when she was canonized. The remainder of the saint's life was spent under the protection of the cloister in the practice of the most admirable virtues.

Welcome to St. Jane Frances de Chantal Catholic Church in Riviera Beach. Jane Frances is a vibrant and welcoming Catholic parish that brings people to Christ, forms loving, joyful disciples, and sends them out to transform the world.

Together, we actively grow in our relationship with God and seek to share Him with others. I have come to have tremendous love for and devotion to St.

Francis de Sales of late, having recently read his a result, I have also become aware of his great friend, St. Jane Frances de Chantal. Saint Jane was an amazing woman in her own right. The spirit of Saint Jane Frances de Chantal as shown by her letters by Jeanne-Françoise de Chantal (Book) L'unidivers salésien: Saint François de Sales hier et aujourd'hui: actes (Book).

Saint Jane Frances de Chantal (French: Jeanne-Françoise Frémiot, Baronne de Chantal) is a Roman Catholic saint, who was beatified in by Pope Benedict XIV and canonized in by Pope Clement XIII, with her feast day set as 21 August (later moved to 12 December, and finally to 12 August by Pope John Paul II in )/5(1).

JANE FRANCES DE CHANTAL. Feast: August Born at Dijon, France, 28 January, ; died at the Visitation Convent Moulins, 13 December, Her father was president of the Parliament of Burgundy, and leader of the royalist party during the League that brought about the triumph of.

Today is the optional memorial of St. Jane Frances de Chantal, the foundress of the Order of the Visitation of Mary. Biography Jane Frances Fremiot was born on Januinto a prominent and prosperous family of Dijon, in France.

Her father was the president of the parliament and a wealthy landowner; her mother, who died in childbirth when Jane was about eighteen months old.

Offered here in fresh translation are the letters of spiritual direction of two seventeenth century mystical writers, Francis de Sales and Jane de Chantal.

These letters show us the daily attempts of laity, clergy, cloistered religious, bishops, and obscure widows to live in the authentic spirit of Jesus, and will speak not only to the historian of the period, but to all contemporary readers.

After her beloved husband was killed in a hunting accident, Jane Frances de Chantal sought peace and purpose as a Christian mother.

She established stability for her children at her father-in-law's estate, despite how difficult he made things for her. InJane Frances met St. - Explore Melissa Meyer's board "St. Jane Frances de Chantal", followed by people on Pinterest.

See more ideas about Catholic, Catholic saints, Catholic faith.9 pins. August 12th Chat on St Jane de Chantal- her life, her struggles, her wisdom. Come celebrate her Feast Day and learn more of this Holy Foundress. Ja: I am discerning a vocation to the Visitation and Carmel and trying to see which God wants is hard.

I love to read, I have finally found this book “Answers of Our Holy Mother Jane Frances Fremont. She was beatified incanonized inand 21 August was appointed as her feast day. The life of the saint was written in the seventeenth century, with inimitable charm, by her secretary, Mother de Chaugy.

Monsignor Bougaud, who died Bishop of Laval, published in a "Histoire de Sainte Chantal" which had a great and well-deserved. Beginning Saturday, Jthe Vigil Mass at St. Jane will move to 6 pm, confessions following. The Vigil Mass at St. Michael will remain at 4 pm, with confessions at pm.

The book which may be called her masterpiece, “Réponses sur les Régles, Constitutions et Coutumes”, a truly practical and complete code of the religious life, is not in circulation. MLA Citation. Raphael Pernin. “Saint Jane Frances de Chantal”.

Catholic Encyclopedia, 12 August Web. 26 June   The remainder of the saint’s life was spent under the protection of the cloister in the practice of the most admirable virtues. If a gentle kindness, vivified and strengthened by a complete spirit of renunciation, predominates in St.

Francis de Sales, it is firmness and great vigor which prevails in St. Jane Frances; she did not like to see her daughters giving way to human weakness. This volume consists of letters of spiritual direction written by Francis de Sales (–) and Jane de Chantal (–) that reveal the richness of Salesian spirituality.

The letters show the daily attempts of laity, clergy, cloistered religious, and others to live in the authentic spirit of Jesus. Today’s readers will benefit from this edition, containing instruction still useful. St. Jane Frances de Chantal was born in Dijon, France, on Januand died at the Visitation Convent Moulins on Decem Jane (Jeanne) was born into nobility, her.

Frances de Sales and St. Jane Frances de Chantal. by Fr. John A. Hardon, S.J. Hardon: The Spirituality of St. Frances de Sales.

The written sources are fairly well exhausted in the lineup that I give there. Notice the number of letters that he wrote. Two thousand letters of St.

Frances de Sales we still have in existence. Mother de Chantal’s son was only 31 years old, leaving behind his widowed wife and a one year old daughter, who years later was to become the famous Madame de Sevigne. Jane de Chantal received the news of her son’s death with heroic fortitude and offered her heart to God and said: “Destroy, cut and burn all that opposes your holy will.”.

Today on Saint of the Week, we discuss St. Jane Frances de Chantal, a French baroness and nun from the 16th and 17th centuries. Her feast day is August 12th.

Peace be to you!:). Her body is venerated with that of St. Francis de Sales in the church of the Visitation at Annecy. She was beatified incanonized inand 21 August was appointed as her feast day.

The life of the saint was written in the seventeenth century, with inimitable charm, by her secretary, Mother de Chaugy.St. Jane de Chantal Jane Frances Fremyhot de Chantal was born in in Dijon, France, the second child of a noble family. Her mother died when she was eighteen months old and she was reared by her father who gave her an extraordinary education for a young girl of her time.

She was intelligent, strong-willed and full of faith in God.St. Jane Frances de Chantal. St. Jane Frances Catholic Church in Randolph NE. Liturgy Schedule. Until further notice all masses are lived streamed.

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