Monthly Archives: November 2017

THEY UNDERSTAND MY DEDICATION; THEY FEEL STRONGER WHEN I AM WITH THEM

When Eugene had become Vicar General of his uncle in Marseilles, life had not been easy for him. Bishop Fortuné was elderly, and so it was his nephew who had to be the hatchet-man to correct and discipline a diocese … Continue reading

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IN GOD’S NAME, DON’T MEASURE THEIR STOMACHS BY YOUR OWN

Fr. Courtès, the superior of the Aix community, was a frugal sickly person, seemingly with a small appetite. He judged the appetite and needs of his community of hard-working and robust young men by his own measures. Eugene intervened in … Continue reading

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