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1 Teaching File There was faith in Montreal Activity for the 2nd cycle of elementary school Marguerite-Bourgeoys Museum

2 Table of contents Before your visit In this section, you will find suggestions for preparatory activities to get your student ready for their visit to the Marguerite-Bourgeoys Museum Page 3 Back in class We also suggest follow-up activities to help with the post-visit discussion Page 8 Answer Key Page 11 To reach us Page 16 Page 2

3 Preparatory Activities The preparatory activities suggested will help students to become familiar with some of the major religious communities in the history of New France. You are encouraged to correct the workshops aloud with the entire group. A religious community is a group of women or men who have decided to place themselves at the service of God. They live in a group and work in different missions with young people, the poor, the sick and anyone in need of help. 1) The Religious Hospitallers of Saint Joseph Place the following numbers in the text so that you complete the history of the Religious Hospitallers of Saint Joseph In, Jérôme le Royer de la Dauversière founded a religious community in France called the Religious Hospitallers of Saint Joseph. The first Hospital sisters worked in a small Hôtel-Dieu (the name given to hospitals in France at that time).they wore a long black dress and a veil that covered their hair. When they worked at the hospital, they wore a white apron. In the 17 th century, New France badly needed people who would take care of the sick. When she arrived in Ville-Marie in, Jeanne Mance, a lay nurse, founded a Hôtel-Dieu where she herself welcomed and cared for the sick. One day in the winter of, she fell and hurt her arm. She couldn t work any longer. With Marguerite Bourgeoys, she returned to France to get treatment for her arm and used the opportunity to bring back to Montreal with her three Hospital sisters to help her with the work. All four of them left by boat in the spring of. It took more than months to cross the ocean and reach Montreal. The Hospitallers worked at caring for the sick for many years and, in time, several companions from France came to join them. Marie Morin was the first woman born in New France to enter the community in. Jeanne Mance died on June 18,, leaving Montreal with an institution that would care for the sick until the st century. Page 3

4 2) The Congrégation de Notre-Dame Place the following words in the text so that you complete the history of the Congrégation de Notre-Dame. teaching founder native Mountain Jeanne Mance school stable 1653 Ville-Marie Marguerite Bourgeoys Roy catechism The Congrégation de Notre-Dame was founded in by. Marguerite was born in the city of Troyes, in France. She worked for a long time teaching poor children in her hometown until the day that Paul de Chomedey de Maisonneuve, the of Ville-Marie, asked her to come and open a in New France. She agreed and left France. She arrived in Ville Marie in. For a few years, she couldn t open a school because there weren t enough children. While she waited, she helped in her hospital and did all kinds of work to help other people. She opened the first school in 1658, in an old. There she taught, reading, writing and counting. That same year, she returned to France to find other women who wanted to work with her. Soon, there were enough sisters to open another school for the children. It was called the Mission. The sisters also welcomed the Filles du to prepare them for living conditions in New France while they waited to be married. Little by little, certain sisters went to teach in other parts of the colony such as Lachine, Île-D Orléans or Québec. They wore black dresses, a black and white kerchief tied under their chins and a silver cross around their necks. Their main work was and helping women and mothers. Page 4

5 3) The Society of Jesus (Jesuits) Unscramble the words, placing the letters in the correct order to learn some of the characteristics of the Society of Jesus. The priests of the Society of Jesus are called (itssuje). Jesuits usually wear a black (sockcas) or plain and simple clothes. Before becoming priests, they (udyst) for many years. When they become Jesuits, they make a (ovw) to go wherever they are needed. That was how they were (tsne) to New France. They worked everywhere in the (yonlco). The first Jesuits who arrived at (bcéeuq) in 1625 went to meet the Native Peoples in (orhuani) and in other places to talk to them about the (olichcat) religion. They founded the first classical (elcolge) at Québec in The Jesuits were also the (iprsets) in Ville-Marie until the Sulpicians arrived in They left many (tleters) and books about the things they did in New France. Some Jesuits were killed in the (niveat) missions. Jean de Brébeuf was one of them. He and his companions are called the Canadian (ysrtmar). Page 5

6 4) The Society of the Priests of Saint-Sulpice (Sulpicians) Read this short text and then reconstruct the history of the Society of the Priests of Saint- Sulpice by answering True or False to the questions. If the answer is false, give the correct answer. Use a dictionary if there are words you don t understand. The Society of the Priests of Saint-Sulpice was founded in Paris in 1641 by a parish priest, Jean- Jacques Olier. The Sulpicians were sent to New France in 1657 to replace the Jesuits in taking care of the parish of Ville-Marie. Their work included saying Mass, celebrating baptisms, weddings and funerals and organizing religious feasts. The parish church was called Notre- Dame. Today s Notre-Dame Basilica faces the location of the first church. Like other priests of that time, the Sulpicians wore long, black cassocks. And they were recognized by their priests collar, a kind of white collar. In 1663, they obtained the right to the property of the seigneury of the Island of Montreal. Because of this, as well as being parish priests, they became seigneurs. The Sulpicians also took care of the education of young boys. Around 1668, Gabriel Souart, a Sulpician, ran an elementary school for boys. Later, the Sulpicians opened other schools. True or False? 1. The Society of the Priests of Saint-Sulpice was the first religious community to come to New France. T or F? 2. They arrived in Ville Marie in T or F? 3. The Sulpicians became the seigneurs of the Island of Montreal six years after their arrival. T or F? Page 6

7 4. The habit worn by the Sulpicians was white. T or F? 5. The parish church for which they are responsible is called Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours. T or F? 6. In 1986, Gabriel Souart ran an elementary school for boys. T or F? 7. Jean-Jacques Olier, the founder of the Society of the Priests of Saint-Sulpice, was a priest. T or F? Page 7

8 Post-visit Activities Post-visit activities propose a brief review of the museum visit and a sharing of personal thoughts. It is suggested that the children be allowed to answer the questions before beginning group discussion. Holding such a discussion is left to the discretion of the teacher. 1) People In their own way, several people left their mark on the history of New France. Connect each of them to the community to which they belonged and with which they worked and then, to their achievements. People Marguerite Bourgeoys Jeanne Mance Jean de Brébeuf Gabriel Souart Religious communities and groups Religious Hospitallers of Saint Joseph (Hospitallers) Society of the Priests of Saint-Sulpice (Sulpicians) Society of Jesus (Jesuits) Congrégation de Notre-Dame Achievements A. First Sulpician parish priest of Montreal, he was also a school teacher and seigneur of the Island of Montreal representing his community B. First lay nurse in New France, she founded the first hospital in Ville-Marie. C. Teacher for the children of Ville-Marie, she worked on many missions. She is the founder of her community. D. Founder of a mission to the Hurons, he left many written accounts about native societies. He is one of the Canadian Martyrs Page 8

9 Person s name Name of the community Achievements Page 9

10 2) Personal thoughts You came to visit the Marguerite Bourgeoys Museum and Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours Chapel. When you think of your visit, what did you like to do? Marguerite Bourgeoys was an important person in the history of New France. Now that you know her story, tell us about her in the space below. Marguerite worked hard for the colony. She gave her time, her love and her energy to the settlers of New France. Why do you think she did it? Do you think religious communities played an important role in New France? Why? Page 10

11 ANSWER KEY Preparatory Activities 1) The Religious Hospitallers of Saint Joseph Place the following numbers in the text so that you complete the history of the Religious Hospitallers of Saint Joseph In 1636, Jérôme le Royer de la Dauversière founded a religious community in France called the Religious Hospitallers of Saint Joseph. The first Hospital sisters worked in a small Hôtel-Dieu (the name given to hospitals in France at that time).they wore a long black dress and a veil that covered their hair. When they worked at the hospital, they wore a white apron. In the 17 th century, New France badly needed people who would take care of the sick. When she arrived in Ville-Marie in 1642, Jeanne Mance, a lay nurse, founded a Hôtel-Dieu where she herself welcomed and cared for the sick. One day in the winter of 1657, she fell and hurt her arm. She couldn t work any longer. With Marguerite Bourgeoys, she returned to France to get treatment for her arm and used the opportunity to bring back to Montreal with her three Hospital sisters to help her with the work. All four of them left by boat in the spring of It took more than 2 months to cross the ocean and reach Montreal. The Hospitallers worked at caring for the sick for many years and, in time, several companions from France came to join them. Marie Morin was the first woman born in New France to enter the community in Jeanne Mance died on June 18, 1673, leaving Montreal with an institution that would care for the sick until the 21 st century. Page 11

12 2) The Congrégation de Notre-Dame Place the following words in the text so that you complete the history of the Congrégation de Notre-Dame. teaching founder native Mountain Jeanne Mance school stable 1653 Ville-Marie Marguerite Bourgeoys Roy catechism The Congrégation de Notre-Dame was founded in Ville-Marie by Marguerite Bourgeoys. Marguerite was born in the city of Troyes, in France. She worked for a long time teaching poor children in her hometown until the day that Paul de Chomedey de Maisonneuve, the founder of Ville-Marie, asked her to come and open a school in New France. She agreed and left France. She arrived in Ville Marie in For a few years, she couldn t open a school because there weren t enough children. While she waited, she helped Jeanne Mance in her hospital and did all kinds of work to help other people. She opened the first school in 1658, in an old stable. There she taught catechism, reading, writing and counting. That same year, she returned to France to find other women who wanted to work with her. Soon, there were enough sisters to open another school for the native children. It was called the Mountain Mission. The sisters also welcomed the Filles du Roy to prepare them for living conditions in New France while they waited to be married. Little by little, certain sisters went to teach in other parts of the colony such as Lachine, Île-D Orléans or Québec. They wore black dresses, a black and white kerchief tied under their chins and a silver cross around their necks. Their main work was teaching and helping women and mothers. Page 12

13 3) The Society of Jesus (Jesuits) Unscramble the words, placing the letters in the correct order to learn some of the characteristics of the Society of Jesus. The priests of the Society of Jesus are called Jesuits. Jesuits usually wear a black cassock or plain and simple clothes. Before becoming priests, they study for many years. When they become Jesuits, they make a vow to go wherever they are needed. That was how they were sent to New France. They worked everywhere in the colony. The first Jesuits who arrived at Québec in 1625 went to meet the Native Peoples in Huronia and in other places to talk to them about the Catholic religion. They founded the first classical college at Québec in The Jesuits were also the priests in Ville-Marie until the Sulpicians arrived in They left many letters and books about the things they did in New France. Some Jesuits were killed in the native missions. Jean de Brébeuf was one of them. He and his companions are called the Canadian Martyrs. Page 13

14 4) The Society of the Priests of Saint-Sulpice (Sulpicians) True or False? 1. The Society of the Priests of Saint-Sulpice was the first religious community to come to New France. T or F? False. The Jesuits and other communities came before them. 2. They arrived in Ville Marie in T or F? True 3. The Sulpicians became the seigneurs of the Island of Montreal six years after their True arrival. T or F? 4. The habit worn by the Sulpicians was white. T or F? False. Their habit was black; only the collar was white. 5. The parish church for which they are responsible is called Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours. T or F? False. It was called Notre-Dame. 6. In 1986, Gabriel Souart ran an elementary school for boys. T or F? False. It was in Jean-Jacques Olier, the founder of the Society of the Priests of Saint-Sulpice, was a True priest. T or F? Page 14

15 Follow-up activities 1) People Nom du personnage Nom de la communauté Ses réalisations Jeanne Mance Marguerite Bourgeoys Gabriel Souart Jean de Brébeuf Religious Hospitallers of Saint Joseph (Hospitallers) Congrégation de Notre- Dame Society of the Priests of Saint-Sulpice (Sulpicians) Society of Jesus (Jesuits) B First lay nurse in New France, she founded the first hospital in Ville-Marie. C Teacher for the children of Ville- Marie, she worked on many missions. She is the founder of her community. A First Sulpician parish priest of Montreal, he was also a school teacher and seigneur of the Island of Montreal representing his community D Founder of a mission to the Hurons, he left many written accounts about native societies. He is one of the Canadian Martyrs. Page 15

16 To reach us Questions or comments? Please don't hesitate to contact us with any queries! Karine Saint-Louis Coordinator of Educational Service Marguerite-Bourgeoys Museum/Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours Chapel 400, rue Saint-Paul Est Montréal (Québec) H2Y 1H4 Phone number : (514) , # Fax : (514) Page 16

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