François de Laval

A bishop, a visionary, a bold man, a founder… and a Saint!

Livre : François de Laval et son époque - Gilles Bureau, 2012   (in French only)


François de Laval, figure marquante de l’histoire québécoise, a consacré cinquante ans de sa vie au développement de la Nouvelle-France sur plusieurs plans : social, économique, éducatif et religieux. Homme de son époque, il vit au rythme des périodes glorieuses, des guerres et des conflits du règne de Louis XIV. Au Québec, le nom de Laval est partout… mais le connaît-on vraiment?


Séminaire de Québec, 264 pages, 6 x 9 po, 15 cm x 23 cm, 2012, ISBN-978-2-9812957-0-5

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Livre : Prier 15 jours avec François de Laval - Doris Lamontagne  (in French only)


François de Laval naît dans une période qualifiée d'épopée mystique.  Élève des Jésuites, il est fasciné par l'idéal missionnaire et la spiritualité ignatienne. Influencé par des disciples de Bérulle, François de Laval cultive une vie de prière et d'abandon par ces deux écoles de spiritualité. Un esprit d'abandon en la divine Providence vécu sans compromis caractérise son passage en Amérique.


Collection PRIER 15 JOURS n° 114, 128 pages,   41/5 x 7½ po, 11,5 x 19,2 cm, 2007, ISBN-9782853135283

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Livre : François de Laval, premier évêque en Amérique du Nord - Denise Pepin  (in French only)


Brève et simple, cette biographie répondra aux souhaits de nombreux lecteurs curieux de connaître un peu mieux cet évêque missionnaire dont la vie a été marquée par tant de gestes de courage et de générosité.


Editions du Long-Sault, 100 pages, 4 ½ x 6 ½ po, 12 cm x 17 cm, 2000, ISBN 2-9803614-8-8

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Livre : Héritage des fondateurs de l’Église au Canada 1642-1995 - Denise Pepin (in French only)


L’histoire de l’Église au Canada est intimement liée à la fondation du pays. Elle débute avec la venue des pasteurs qui accompagnent les premiers colons.  Durant 350 ans, s’inscrivent les saints, les fondateurs, les bienheureux, les vénérables, les « pierres vivantes ». Sans être exhaustive, cette liste regroupe 43 personnes. Cette planchette résume la chronologie de chaque personnage.


Éditions du Long-Sault, 120 pages, 4 ½ x 6 ½ po, 12 cm x 17 cm, 2001, ISBN 2-922855-07-4

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Recueil de célébrations des saints et saintes, bienheureux et bienheureuses du Canada (in French only)


Bienheureux François de Laval -  fascicule 6 mai   

La Commission épiscopale de liturgie de la Conférence des évêques catholiques du Canada.


On trouvera le propre de la messe, les textes pour la liturgie de la Parole, des suggestions de prières pénitentielles, de prières universelles et de chants. On propose aussi des notes retraçant les grandes étapes de la vie de Msgr de Laval et les traits marquants de sa spiritualité.  Ces notes ont été conçues en fonction de l’homélie et des monitions au cours de la célébration.

Fascicule : 16 pages, 17 x 25 cm, couverture flexible, broché,1990, ISBN0-88997-222-2

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Livre : Les écrits spirituels de François de Laval  - Mgr Hermann Giguère, P.H. 2014

  (Availlable in English  in May 2016)

François de Laval, premier évêque de la Nouvelle-France, arrive sur un continent où tout est à faire. Ses 50 ans de travail acharné feront de lui un des grands bâtisseurs du Québec et de l’Église catholique canadienne.Au-delà de toutes ses oeuvres, l’évêque-missionnaire témoigne aussi d’une grande sollicitude pastorale. Il a laissé peu d’écrits proprement spirituels. C’est à travers sa correspondance qu’on découvre toute cette force intérieure qui en fait un modèle inspirant pour tous les baptisés.

Séminaire de Québec, 212 pages, 6 x 9 po, 15 cm x 23 cm, 2014, ISBN-978-2-9812957-1-2

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Book : François de Laval, his life and times, Gilles Bureau, 2015, Prefaced by Cardinal Gérald C. Lacroix, Archbishop of Quebec.


St. François de Laval a key figure in the history of Quebec, devoted fifty years of his life to the social, economic, educational and religious development of New France. He is recognized as a dynamic, tenacious and daring founding figure. He was also a man of his time, exposed to all the glory, war and strife of the reign of Louis XIV. In Quebec, the name Laval is everywhere—but how much do we know about the man himself?


Séminaire de Québec, 294 pages, 6 x 9 po, 15 cm x 23 cm, 2015, ISBN-978-2-9812957-2-9

ey figure in the

history of Quebec, devoted fifty years of his life to

the social, economic, educational and religious development

of New France. He is recognized as a dynamic,

tenacious and daring founding figure. He was also a

man of his time, exposed to all the glory, war and

strife of the reign of Louis XIV. In Quebec, the name

Laval is everywhere—but how much do we know

about the man himself?

Msgr de Laval, who became a bishop after the Council

of Trent, applied himself to implementing its main

guidelines. He brought together a group of like-minded

priests to live as a community, a community that

continues his work to this day. He remained close

to the common people, and travelled to the farthest

corners of his diocese to visit the faithful. He also

became known as a defender of the dignity of

the Amerindians.

This book presents the missionary bishop: a man

given to prayer and meditation, modest, detached

from worldly goods, and above all able to adapt to

new situations. He was greatly loved, and people

flocked to Quebec at news of his death.

It is worth reviewing his life in detail. The troubled

period facing the Catholic Church makes this review

even more relevant today.

Gilles Bureau was a student at the

Petit Séminaire de Québec, founded by

François de Laval in 1668. After completing

his studies in classics, he graduated

from Laval University with a Bachelor’s

degree in history, also taking courses at

the Master’s level. For 30 years, he taught

history at the Petit Séminaire de Québec

at the secondary and college levels.

For many years, Gilles Bureau has looked

forward to this opportunity to update our

understanding of the first Catholic bishop of

Quebec, in order to reflect the recent discoveries

of art historians and archaeologists.

Gilles Burea

history of Quebec, devoted fifty years of his life to

the social, economic, educational and religious development

of New France. He is recognized as a dynamic,

tenacious and daring founding figure. He was also a

man of his time, exposed to all the glory, war and

strife of the reign of Louis XIV. In Quebec, the name

Laval is everywhere—but how much do we know

about the man himself?

Msgr de Laval, who became a bishop after the Council

of Trent, applied himself to implementing its main

guidelines. He brought together a group of like-minded

priests to live as a community, a community that

continues his work to this day. He remained close

to the common people, and travelled to the farthest

corners of his diocese to visit the faithful. He also

became known as a defender of the dignity of

the Amerindians.

This book presents the missionary bishop: a man

given to prayer and meditation, modest, detached

from worldly goods, and above all able to adapt to

new situations. He was greatly loved, and people

flocked to Quebec at news of his death.

It is worth reviewing his life in detail. The troubled

period facing the Catholic Church makes this review

even more relevant today.

Gilles Bureau was a student at the

Petit Séminaire de Québec, founded by

François de Laval in 1668. After completing

his studies in classics, he graduated

from Laval University with a Bachelor’s

degree in history, also taking courses at

the Master’s level. For 30 years, he taught

history at the Petit Séminaire de Québec

at the secondary and college levels.

For many years, Gilles Bureau has looked

forward to this opportunity to update our

understanding of the first Catholic bishop of

Quebec, in order to reflect the recent discoveries

of art historians and archaeologists.

Gilles Bureauebec, devoted fifty years of his life to

the social, economic, educational and religious development

of New France. He is recognized as a dynamic,

tenacious and daring founding figure. He was also a

man of his time, exposed to all the glory, war and

strife of the reign of Louis XIV. In Quebec, the name

Laval is everywhere—but how much do we know

about the man himself?

Msgr de Laval, who became a bishop after the Council

of Trent, applied himself to implementing its main

guidelines. He brought together a group of like-minded

priests to live as a community, a community that

continues his work to this day. He remained close

to the common people, and travelled to the farthest

corners of his diocese to visit the faithful. He also

became known as a defender of the dignity of

the Amerindians.

This book presents the missionary bishop: a man

given to prayer and meditation, modest, detached

from worldly goods, and above all able to adapt to

new situations. He was greatly loved, and people

flocked to Quebec at news of his death.

It is worth reviewing his life in detail. The troubled

period facing the Catholic Church makes this review

even more relevant today.

Gilles Bureau was a student at the

Petit Séminaire de Québec, founded by

François de Laval in 1668. After completing

his studies in classics, he graduated

from Laval University with a Bachelor’s

degree in history, also taking courses at

the Master’s level. For 30 years, he taught

history at the Petit Séminaire de Québec

at the secondary and college levels.

For many years, Gilles Bureau has looked

forward to this opportunity to update our

understanding of the first Catholic bishop of

Quebec, in order to reflect the recent discoveries

of art historians and archaeologists.

Gilles Bureaory of Quebec, devoted fifty years of his life to

the social, economic, educational and religious development

of New France. He is recognized as a dynamic,

tenacious and daring founding figure. He was also a

man of his time, exposed to all the glory, war and

strife of the reign of Louis XIV. In Quebec, the name

Laval is everywhere—but how much do we know

about the man himself?

Msgr de Laval, who became a bishop after the Council

of Trent, applied himself to implementing its main

guidelines. He brought together a group of like-minded

priests to live as a community, a community that

continues his work to this day. He remained close

to the common people, and travelled to the farthest

corners of his diocese to visit the faithful. He also

became known as a defender of the dignity of

the Amerindians.

This book presents the missionary bishop: a man

given to prayer and meditation, modest, detached

from worldly goods, and above all able to adapt to

new situations. He was greatly loved, and people

flocked to Quebec at news of his death.

It is worth reviewing his life in detail. The troubled

period facing the Catholic Church makes this review

even more relevant today.


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