3 edition of Father Eleutherius Winance found in the catalog.
Father Eleutherius Winance
Written in English
Microfilm. Glen Rock, N.J. : Microfilming Corp. of America, c1973. On 1 microfilm reel with other titles ; 35 mm. (China missionaries oral history collection).
|Series||China missionaries oral history project, China missionaries oral history collection.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 49512 (B)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 131 leaves|
|Number of Pages||131|
|LC Control Number||83130565|
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Eleutherius (Fr. Eleutière), Saint, Bishop of Tournai at the beginning of the sixth ically there is very little known about St. Eleutherius, but he was without doubt the first Bishop of Tournai. Theodore, whom some give as his immediate predecessor, was either a bishop of Tours, whose name was placed by mistake on the episcopal list of Tournai, or simply . (2.) After Yang received his religious name, some still called him "Brother Ta-Teh." His name has appeared in print as An-Jan, An-Yuen, and An Djian. He used "An-Jan" when he wrote the foreword to The Communist Persuasion: A Personal Experience of Brainwashing, by Eleutherius Winance. New York: P. J. Kennedy & Sons, (3.).
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From an interview with Father Eleutherius, conducted by Christopher Zehnder, reprinted from the Valyermo Chronicle, no. Summer A NATIVE of Belgium, Father Eleutherius entered the monastery of St.
André in Belgium in The communist persuasion;: A personal experience of brainwashing [Winance, Eleutherius] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The communist persuasion;: A personal experience of brainwashing5/5(1). The Communist authorities shuttered the Institute of Chinese and Western Cultural Studies and confiscated the books in its library.
Father Winance and the other monks were forced to attend indoctrination sessions on Marxist : Saint Andrews Abbey Cemetery. Zhou, and Joseph Marie Louis Stanislas Winance (Father Eleutherius), who will celebrate his th birthday on J were interviewed extensively for this story.
Father Eleutherius Winance, a longtime Claremont Graduate University philosophy professor and the last of the founding monks of St. Andrew’s Abbey in Valyermo, has died. He was We received word today that Benedictine monk Fr.
Eleutherius Winance passed away today on the Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. He was years old, and still ministering to juvenile prisoners and a retirement home once a week, after a lifetime of missionary work and teaching at the graduate level in theology and philosophy.
With God in China: Father Eleutherius and Brother Peter by Theresa Marie Moreau First Published in The Remnant, April Joseph Marie Louis Stanislas Winance was 4 years old when he stood on a train platform in Mons, Belgium, in Father Winance also wrote an account of his experiences in Communist China, “The Communist Persuasion, A Personal Experience of.
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Father Eleutherius Winance, a longtime Claremont Graduate University philosophy professor and the last of the founding monks of St.
Andrew's Abbey in Valyermo, has died. He was Winance died Saturday at Antelope Valley Hospital in Lancaster. year-old Benedictine Priest-Monk, the Rev. Eleutherius Winance (a Belgian) lived in a Benedictine monastery in Szechwan, China, during the Communist takeover, which happened in St.
Andrew's Abbey announces the death of the last of the Belgian fathers, Fr. Eleutherius Winance agewho died Saturday Aug of a heart attack. During his last hours, Father Eleutherius was surrounded by brother monks who talked to him, prayed with him, and sang hymns for him.
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The theory is that a person who remains in this environment and is subjected to Communist "stimuli" long eniugh will eventually be completely remade in the Image of the Party, without a mind or will of his own, i Father Eleutherius Winance, O.S.B., a Belgian mxssionary expelled from Cliina ingraphically writes in his book.
One year ago: Father Eleutherius Winance. Father Eleutherius Winance was well known among Catholics for founding the St. Andrew's Abbey in Valyermo and for his longtime job as a philosophy professor at Claremont Graduate University.
His dramatic life in China before his Southland days, however, is less known. From Wikipedia. Eleutherius Winance (J – Aug ) was a Belgian -born Benedictine monk and philosophy professor. Winance was the last surviving founders of St. Andrew's Abbey in Valyermo, California.
he taught philosophy at Claremont Graduate University for 38 years. A wonderful simplicity and spirit of compunction were the distinguishing virtues of this holy man.
He was chosen abbot of St. Mark's near Spoleto, and favored by God with the gift of miracles. A child who was possessed by the devil, being delivered by being educated in his monastery, the Abbot said one day: "Since the child is among the servants of God, the devil dares not.
year-old Benedictine Priest-Monk, the Rev. Eleutherius Winance (a Belgian) explains the philosophy of Modernism. Father Eleutherius lived in a Benedictine monastery in Szechwan, China. IN this unusual book Eleutherius Winance, O. B., writes about his experiences with the Chinese Communists: It is unusual in that it is both a personal and philosophical account.
The author was a teacher of philosophy in a Benedictine seminary in West China when the Communists came in. earth. And still for others, like Father Eleutherius, who gave eighty years of his life to prayer and service, and for Brother Raphael and others who endeavor to do the same, this passage from the book of Psalms is a source of encouragement and hope.
It alludes to something more significant and lasting, namely the promise of new and ev erlasting life given.This article is within the scope of WikiProject Biography, a collaborative effort to create, develop and organize Wikipedia's articles about people.
All interested editors are invited to join the project and contribute to the discussion. For instructions on how to .Saint Eleutherius, (born, Nicopolis, Epirus, Roman Empire [now in Greece]—diedRome; feast day May 26), pope from about to During his pontificate the church was involved in a controversy over Montanism, a movement that arose in Asia Minor among Christians who believed that new spiritual revelations could be achieved through the ecstatic trances of .