Faic an sgrìobhainn A Catholic Heroine: Or The Story of Flora MacDonald, Nun of the Convent of LaTrappe, Tracadie, NS
Description:Front cover of "A Catholic Heroine” or “The Story of Flora MacDonald, Nun of the Convent of LaTrappe, Tracadie, NS” 84 pages; softcover; cm 10 x 15; fragile
Subject:Catholic Church;
MacDonald, Flora;
Women in the Catholic Church
Source:Antigonish Heritage Museum
Publisher:Casket Printing & Publishing Company

Faic an sgrìobhainn Faic an sgrìobhainn PDF Athghearradh Teagaisg Chriosta, Air a Cheartachadh
Author/Creator:Cameron, John, 1827-1910
Subject:Catholic Church - Catechisms - Scottish Gaelic;
Diocese of Antigonish
Publisher:Halifax Print Co.
Place:Canada - Nova Scotia - Antigonish Diocese

Faic an sgrìobhainn Faic an sgrìobhainn Microsoft Word Bibliography on Presbyterianism in Nova Scotia
Author/Creator:MacDonald, Jamie
Subject:Presbyterian Church;
Bibliography
Place:Canada - Nova Scotia

Faic an sgrìobhainn Bishop John Cameron, Bishop of Antigonish 1877-1910
Author/Creator:Waldren Studios
Description:Bishop John Cameron, Third Bishop of Antigonish. Photo was taken in 1903.
Subject:Cameron, John, 1827-1910;
Diocese of Antigonish;
Bishop of Antigonish
Source:St. Francis Xavier University Archives

Faic an sgrìobhainn Bishop William Fraser, Bishop of Arichat, 1844-1851, c.1840's
Author/Creator:unknown
Description:This image was scanned from a charcoal drawing, likely done in the 1840's, of Bishop William Fraser, the first bishop of Archat.
Subject:Fraser, William, 1779-1851;
Diocese of Arichat;
Catholic Church;
Bishop of Antigonish
Source:St. Francis Xavier University Archives

Faic an sgrìobhainn Consecration of the Most Rev. James Morrison, dinner
Author/Creator:unknown
Description:Picture taken at the dinner, at St. Francis Xavier University, for the consecration of James Morrison as Bishop of Antigonish in September 1912. Bishop Morrison was Bishop of Antigonish from 1912-1950. He was appointed Archibishop in 1944.
Subject:Morrison, James, 1861-1950;
Diocese of Antigonish;
Bishop of Antigonish
Source:St. Francis Xavier University Archives

Faic an sgrìobhainn Letters on the meaning of baptize, in the New Testament, in reply to the views of the Rev. Charles Tupper
Author/Creator:Trotter, Thomas, 1781?-1855
Description:Front cover of a book by Thomas Trotter, Minister of the Presbyterian Church, Antigonish. Small fragile softcover booklet; cm 11 x 18; 76pgs
Subject:Baptism;
Presbyterian Church
Source:Doris Flikke Collection, Antigonish Heritage Museum
Publisher:Eastern Chronicle Office , Pictou
Place:Canada - Nova Scotia - Antigonish County - Antigonish

Faic an sgrìobhainn List of Subscribers St. James Presbyterian Church
Author/Creator:Unknown
Subject:Subscribers;
St. james Presbyterian Chruch;
Presbyterian Church
Source:Antigonish Heritage Museum

Faic an sgrìobhainn Rev. Donald M. MacAdam c. 1915
Author/Creator:Unknown
Description:Professor of Gaelic at St. Francis Xavier University 1893-1900.
Subject:MacAdam, Donald M. (Rev.);
Catholic Church - Priest;
St. Francis Xavier University Professor
Source:St. Francis Xavier University Archives

Faic an sgrìobhainn Rev. Dr. Hugh MacPherson, c. 1900
Author/Creator:Waldren
Subject:MacPherson, Hugh (Rev. Dr.)
Source:St. Francis Xavier University Archives

Faic an sgrìobhainn Rev. John Angus Rankin, c. 1983
Alternative title:Promoter of Gaelic Culture
Author/Creator:Unknown
Subject:Rankin, John Angus ;
Catholic Church - Priest
Source:St. Francis Xavier University Archives

Faic an sgrìobhainn Rev. Malcolm MacDonell, President, Sr. Francis Xavier University, 1970-1978
Author/Creator:Gaby
Subject:Catholic Church - Priest;
MacDonell, Malcolm (Rev.);
St. Francis Xavier Univeristy - President
Source:St. Francis Xavier University Archives

Faic an sgrìobhainn Rev. Ronald MacGillivray (Sagart Arasag) c. 1860's
Author/Creator:Unknown
Subject:MacGillivray, Ronald (Rev.);
Catholic Church - Priest
Source:St. Francis Xavier University Archives

Faic an sgrìobhainn Rt. Rev. Dr. Patrick J. Nicholson, c. 1950's
Author/Creator:Unknown
Subject:Nicholson, Patrick J. (Rt. Rev. Dr.);
President, St. Francis Xavier University, 1944-1954;
Catholic Church - Priest
Source:St. Francis Xavier University Archives

Faic an sgrìobhainn Sister Margaret Beaton, cnd
Alternative title:Promoter of Gaelic Culture
Author/Creator:Unknown
Subject:Beaton, Margaret (Sister) cnd;
Sister St. Margaret of Scotland;
St. Francis Xavier University - Honourary Degree, May 1971
Source:St. Francis Xavier University Archives

Faic an sgrìobhainn Sister Saint Veronica Macdonald, cnd, c. 1950's
Alternative title:Promoter of Gaelic Culture
Author/Creator:Unknown
Subject:Macdonald, Veronica (Sister Saint);
Macdonald, Mairi
Source:St. Francis Xavier University Archives

Faic an sgrìobhainn St. Ninian's Cathedral, c. 1930's
Author/Creator:unknown
Description:St. Ninian's Church was constructed between 1866 and 1874 and dedicated on September 13, 1874. It becamse a cathedral in 1886 when the seat of the Diocese was moved from Arichat to Antigonish under Bishop Colin F. MacKinnon.
Subject:St. Ninian's Cathedral;
Diocese of Antigonish
Source:St. Francis Xavier University Archives

Faic an sgrìobhainn Suim an Teagaisg Chriosd, Air a Thionnadh o Bheurla Ard-Easbuig Bhutler, gu Gaelic
Author/Creator:Donullach, Tormaid
Description:Tormaid Donullach (Norman MacDonald) was a native of Glenuig in Moidart who came to Nova Scotia in 1843. He taught at the Beaver School (St. Joseph's District, Antigonish, Co.) for sevreal years. [Ref: MacLean, Raymond, "History of Antigonish", Vol. 11, pg. 74]. This Cathecism belonged to Florence Helm's father, Hugh MacDougall (Rear Long Point) born March 18, 1871 died Nov 29, 1955 son of Roderick MacDougall and Mary MacIsaac. 71 pages; fragile condition
Subject:Catholic Church - Catechisms - Scottish Gaelic;
MacDougall, Hugh, 1871-1955;
Diocese of Arichat;
MacDonald, Norman
Source:From the collection of Florence Helm, Antigonish Heritage Museum
Publisher:Clo-Bhuailte Le S. H. Holmes, Pictou

Faic an sgrìobhainn The Most Rev. Colin F. MacKinnon, c. 1860's
Author/Creator:Unknown
Description:Founder of St. Francis Xavier University
Subject:Catholic Church - Priest;
MacKinnon, Colin F. (Most Rev.)
Source:St. Francis Xavier University Archives

Faic an sgrìobhainn Xavier Hall, St. Francis Xavier University c. 1920's
Author/Creator:Unknown
Subject:St. Francis Xavier University;
Xavier Hall
Source:St. Francis Xavier University Archives