Benedict Labre House: 1952-1966, the History of an Unofficial Lay Apostolate

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Benedict Labre House: 1952-1966, the History of an Unofficial Lay Apostolate
Abstract
The Benedict Labre House was founded 1952 by Tony Walsh and other lay people from Montreal’s English Catholic community as a house of hospitality for the poor and as a center of lay apostolate. This thesis examines the evolution of Benedict Labre House’s lay theology, its theory and praxis during its founding years (1952-1955), its developmental years (1955-1959), and its peak and decline in the Vatican II years (1960-1966).
Type
Master's thesis
University
Concordia University
Place
Montreal
Date
2001
Language
en
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Nolan, Patricia A. E. “Benedict Labre House: 1952-1966, the History of an Unofficial Lay Apostolate.” Master’s thesis, Concordia University, 2001. http://www.nlc-bnc.ca/obj/s4/f2/dsk3/ftp05/MQ64037.pdf.
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