Oblates

Some articles on oblates, oblate:

Community Of Jesus - Oblates
... Oblates of the Community of Jesus, therefore, are those who choose to closely and formally associate themselves with the community ... There are about 130 Oblate members of the Community of Jesus ...
Oblates Of The Virgin Mary
... The Oblates of the Virgin Mary is a religious institute founded by the Venerable Bruno Lanteri, who was born on 12 May 1759 in Northern Italy and died 5 August 1830 ... The Oblates of Mary Most Holy began in 1816 as a diocesan congregation ... The Oblates of the Virgin Mary received papal approval from Pope Leo XII on September 1, 1826, almost four years before Lanteri's death ...
Jean-Claude-Léonard Baveux
21 November 1865) was a Sulpician priest and a member of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate ministry ... In 1842 he entered the noviciate of the Oblates at Longueuil, Quebec, Canada, and was immediately active in that organization ... In October 1846 Joseph-Bruno Guigues encouraged Baveux to recruit new Oblates for the Canadian mission and he was very successful in France and Belgium ...
Roman Catholic Archdiocese Of Vancouver - History - Oblates of Mary Immaculate Years
... the name Louis-Joseph D'Herbomez, from the Oblates of Mary Immaculate, became the first Vicar Apostolic of the newly formed territory ... Another Oblates of Mary Immaculate French Bishop, Pierre-Paul Durieu, took over the responsibilities and served the community until his death in 1899 ... the community until he resigned, to become the Superior General of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate, in 1908 ...
Order Of Saint Benedict (Orthodox) - Oblature
... The word oblate derives from the Latin oblatus, which means "one offered" ... Oblates of Saint Benedict offer themselves to God in much the same way that monks and nuns do, except that they do not take monastic vows or necessarily live within the monastic enclosure ... spiritual and practical needs of each oblate by the abbot or oblate master of the monastery to which he or she is to retain a bond of practical support and ...