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. 18(0) ALfRED BESSETTE ENTERED .... THe NO~ITIAtE OF 11+E RELlC,IOU~ OF Hvl.Y C.RO!)S I WHlC.

H IN:>TITUTION HAD beEN OPENED THE PREC€OlNb ),EA\\



AT COTE-DE5-NE"IGE~,IN ::'UBURBAN MONTREAL •

. HE:NC.E.FORTH I "THY THAT SliME YEIJI( . NAME SHALL BE. BRoTHaR ANORtf.

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He WAS HIMSELF BESET WITH A STRONG DESIRE

TO HONOR

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nE MU!)T HAYE: A CHU~C.k-\

5PEc..lALlY DE.DICATED

"f0 ~A'NT JOSEPH, WE ~ '~H TO DEVOTE. Al.L OU~ &TREN~TH ANn

ENERGY ,~ StPR€ADIN& AN.D DE.VarION TO HIM. THIS C.OULD BE ~RQu(;,KT ABOUT THROU6 C\tURCH IN W",\C.H HE

1'1 '(;~T DAIL. Y '(ReC.EIVE THE: "fU6Llc.. HOMA~E

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®N "tHE MOUNTMN-~\\)E, At~O~~ 1HE. ROAD fRO~ TH'

~ 'COLLE6E, B~OTHeR AMDRe _

NIC-HEP 1\ 5.'ATOETlE OF ~T.-JOSEPH ,I( A N~lUAAl sm - OF FOUAC,E 4tH> fLOW £~. _

~ HEW~ \N ~ k1A~'T OF --_ - ~PENOlNG \'t~ HOM(Nt5 OF :: LEI~URE IN PRAVER BeFOR~ . THL!> t\INlAiURE ~HRlN.. _

5tt OR1LY HE PLA<.ED A lilTS 60~ AT Twe FOO,. OF .' THE UTTl.~ &TATUE. TO ::

C.OL.L.ECT .,.~e OFFE'C\lNC, of PO~18LE. Pll-~fUK~.

I H QuITG btJ:>'f .)t/~T NOW, WHY [)()N'r you T4/(E A WALI( UP THE MOUNTAIN

\t4i.()N6 ST. JO.sEPN:J /30(/l.€VAffJ)( ANi> fjy AI../. H€/lNj PON'r 1=41L TO ,DAiJ.5E AN/) Plf4Y BeFORe THE TINY SHRINE. r-----

TilER S(.fPENI()R, , RIit;U£ST 71fE P€RHISSION TO I(E"~P THE PENNIE:' THAT ____ ...._PEOPt.€ LEAVE AT THE'SHNINt:

IN HONO~ OF ?

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lIN LATE ~UMMER , \~O~ , .BROTH~R ANnR~ wA!> GRANTtD P€RM'~~lON TO SUlLO A LITTLE CHAPEL ON THE MOUNTAI~-5IDE.

JNIOVEMBER 19 I 1904' A MEMORABLE DAV ! ~

A LOVELY STATUi OF ~AINT JOSE-PH WA'b St.e.~!.f!I>· AND CARR\E;D IN PRoc..E5Sl0 N f!:,'1 THE ?U$)\l,.!) OP

NOTRE" DAME COLL.E~E, TO THE. ORATORY Wl-\eRe.

M A 5S WAS FOR. ;or H e F l R sr T l M e. 0 N

MO.UNT ROYAL -

THE CHI/PEL AS YET WITHOUT -4

FURNACE, f?£1141 /

CLOSED 4L'- WINTE~. THE: I/vVALI/)S WOUl.O I ntEN GATHER IN TfI£ LITTt.€ TNOLLEYSTII· TION .qCIPO~5 TH€ '§~'£\ ~TRE€T FK()H 11+£

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lfHE FOUN D6R OF THE. ORATORY HAD NO~ REAC.HED NEARLY SIXTY Y€AA5 Or AGE.. A 5~ORT ,LEAN, LITTLE. OLD MAN, HE WA~

YET ALERT AND LIVELy ,WEARIN~ A

CHEERFUL SMIL(; AT

tK'IIhX' ALL TIM E~ •

HAT COMfORT~ l~ THAT, I N THE AKE OF SACH TRlAL,

OLlOW~ A NEW D€VELOPME.NT OF

T'H~ NEWS OF c.u~es., C.ONV~~'ON' ANP rA~Ofi5 08TAINE"l> STeADILY ReACHED

T~e D,OCe-.sAN AUTHOR'TI~~ I WHO AccoRDINGLY O~De.Reo A CANONICAL fNVESTIQ,ATION.

BROTHER ANDR~ WA~ NOT TROUB«..ED AT ALL OVE5\ THE HEA5U~~ •

OF T~e ~eR \NCREA5ING FLOW of PIL6RIM!> ,THe F~IEND~ OF a.~O"'ri~ At4J)R~ .DE:CJl>ED THE:. II ME wA& RIPE FOR A NEW ",TEMPT .•..

Ow 5E.?Te:MBE~ l4,THE LOCAL COUN CIL 0 F NOTRE DAME COLL,E(?')E: AC:1R€ED TO

TijE. R£Qu€~r OF THt ORA - .

TORY ~ ?'ROMOT€R~.

WORK WA~ ~EGUN ON SEP. TEr\SER 23 I ANt> ~VE~ WE€\(!l LA~~ WALL~ WERe. AD.D€P TO HALF of THE'O~€N ~ltel,;re~ FORHIN(:, THE NA-VE OF AC..uatH OF Wl-tIC.H T~e O~'~INAL t..ltAP. EL.. sesveo A~ Ti-te SANetuAR~·

- WI/AT .DO YOU THINI( OF TIfIS,

BROTHER /fND/?€?

pe~I01'> Or DOUBT ANl) t-IES\TATIOM lS PA~T.

ANI> Now .•••

-IT C£RTIIINL /S /I BEAUTIFUL CHU~CH. IN WI/AT COUNTRY 15 IT I'

IN cU/?O ee , ? NO '/)O{/.8T .. _~..--;

,AND AT THAT TIME J IN EUROPE I THE WA~ WAS DE5iROYINv HUN.DREJ)5

OF CHUR('HE~ •••••

ON THe SL.OPE. 01=' MOUNT ~OVAL l\OSE A LAR~E, MASSIVIi C.RVPT-CtiURe,"" NOT UNL.JKE A FORTR£!»S.

ON A (:~RtAlN AFTERNOON) A . (?EKtl€HAN WltO~£ ARI'1 WA':, ?ARAl1!€O

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- !=/R~T OF /ILL I YOU C;o· TO CONFeSSION / ANI) TH€N you 1'1.4 y

.s rANT vca« NOV6N4/

lfHE MAN OSEyeJ:), ~TUNNet> BEYOND WORD~. T~€ fOllOWING, OA'f H~ CAM€ l>Ac.t<. To "t'~e. ORAro~Y' l=oR C()N~~~\ON A"D ~OL'V COM,MUN\Ol'4. ~~OT~R A-NDiE OHEl'4 TOLP OfT~t AAWY CDI"lVEQSloN of T~I'::> FALLEN-AWAY CATt-IOL-1 c.. .

ON A StTOP·OVER IN FAl.L RIVell/I'iA~~ •. , t!>ROHIs.R AN()R," PAl]) A 'fl~'T TO SAINT JO~ePIi~ ORPHANA~/A'" IN~TITUTIO'" THAT HAt:> e.EEN OPENE.D A 1=EW ""ONTH~ UNOE~r~€ CA~E OF T~E GltEY NUN~.

- TH4r PNOBt.G'H I s SIHPLE ENOUGH ro .30lVE:

~(,/.s T PLACE -4 REMINbE.li BeFO~E rHESTAT1It----==::,-. OF ST. .iosee«,

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PAY ~Ii' DEBTS.f

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IJROTHcli ,4NDRE I PLEASE COME- w/r« HE.,I

MY IfOTNeH-IN-LAUI IS ON THE POINT

OF J>EATH!

ON ~ l~TMA~ E~E, l~~61 a OTl-tICR. AN Re WA~ oSIeAT D ee.HIND THE MAU~ AI..TAft, I H $aANC."'UA 'I OF THE' CRVPT/F~ MIDNIGoHT M~S.. TO I\EC.EIV£ COMMUNI'ON I ME WSNT AROuND TO TMS FRONT OS: Ttte ALTA~, .$OH6T",'"cHe wAt;, NOT AC.C.USTOMe.D

TO DO.

COHc.l8ROTHER, I ~i. flEl.P ¥()V TO YOtJR ROO"'" •

OV6\' '(1R£D. HE WA~ c.OMPsu..eOTO L.EAVE"TMe. CRYPT Se.FOR ... THE. 6ND

OF TI+E THIRI> MA~~. _

-WilEN ()Nc AtC()HPL./~HES SOHE' oooo ONEARrH./ IT IS NorHIN61N COMPIIR/~ON TO WHAT ONE WILL aE ASLG TO /)0 FROM HEAVE'N.

EARL Y IN THE MORNING OF JANUARY 6TH, REV. FATHER ALBERT COUSINEAU, C.5.(., SUPERIOR OF THE ORATORY, OFFICIALLY ANNOUNCED THE PASSING OF THE GREAT APOSTLE OF SAINT JOSEPH:·, THE NEWS SPREAD LIKE WILDFIRE.

EVelV t(ON·C/lTIIO'-IC eDITORj ii/oNLY JPOIIG IN Plfll/S~ OF rNG' j)€CG,4S~f) R€'LltPl

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OUT OF ~E~~e<.T, Bl\orHE"R ANDR~I~ &ODV WA':J WO! "MI?>ALMI;t>. IT WA':l LAID OUT II'! l\ l1ur-tBI..E. C.O~FIN ~IMII..A~ TO THin u~eD I=OR AN'Y OF 111~ c.o~~~~c~.

WiTHOUT INl'EftRupr,oN, 'Faa Sll(. fJAY5 AND tU6ijTj, IN SPlrE OF )NOW AKb Sl.€ET, A HUMAN TU>.

&e~T AGoAtN~T "O"NT ~QV~'-" T"OUbANO~ OF,...6 FA'ntFUl. TOot< THE C.ONFE~~lO"AL~ BY A!>!»AUL T •

BROTHeR ANDRe ,

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