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Patrick Short
... Short left for Hawaii from Bordeaux in 1826, along with and Abraham Armand, Alexis Bachelot, and several lay brothers ... Bachelot and Short were deported from Hawaii in December of 1831 ... While Bachelot stayed at San Gabriel, Short left for the San Carlos Mission in Monterey, California ...
Alexis Bachelot - Persecution
... by, for example, forbidding Hawaiians from attending masses and instructing Bachelot not to proselytize ... In December 1831, Bachelot and Short were deported and forced to leave on a ship, the Waverly, bound for North America ... Though Queen Kaʻahumanu steadfastly opposed his work, Bachelot viewed her as a good person who had been deceived by Protestant missionaries ...
Alexis Bachelot - Final Years
... When Bachelot and Short arrived in Honolulu in May 1837, they spent only 13 days on the island ... Bachelot and Short were confined to the ship on which they had arrived, the Clémentine, on May 22 ... proved futile, they blockaded the harbor, boarded the Clémentine, and brought Bachelot and Short ashore ...
Alexis Bachelot
... Alexis Bachelot, SS.CC ... (born Jean-Augustin Bachelot, February 22, 1796 – December 5, 1837) was a Roman Catholic priest best known for his tenure as the first Prefect Apostolic of the Sandwich Islands ... Bachelot was raised in France, where he attended the Irish College in Paris, and was ordained a priest in 1820 ...
Alexis Bachelot - Hawaiian Mission
... Bachelot was appointed the Prefect Apostolic of the Sandwich Islands, and in this role led the first permanent mission to Hawaii ... Bachelot was assisted in his new position by fellow priests Patrick Short and Abraham Armand, as well as several lay brothers ... Unbeknownst to Bachelot, political changes occurred in Hawaii prior to the mission's arrival ...