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Prayer for the Cause of Bishop Brute


Heavenly Father, source of all that is holy, in every age, you raise up men and women who live lives of heroic love and service.

You have blessed your Church through the life of Simon Bruté, first bishop of Vincennes and spiritual director to St. Elizabeth Ann Seton.

Through his prayer, his intellect, his love, and his pastoral care, Simon Bruté formed future priests and guided your Church in the early days of our country.

If it be your will, may he be proclaimed a saint.

We ask this through Jesus Christ, our Lord. —Amen.

(Contributions to defray the expenses in furthering the Cause should be sent to Bishop Bruté Fund, Archdiocese of Indianapolis, P.O. Box 1410, Indianapolis, IN 46206.)

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Death of Bishop Chartrand

On this Feast of the Immaculate Conception in 1933, Joseph Chartrand, the sixth Bishop of the Diocese of Indianapolis, died in Indianapolis. He was only 63 years of age. Bishop Chartrand had a very high regard for education and the Blessed Sacrament. In this press release from the NCCW in Washington, Bishop Chartrand was highly […]

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The Death of Simon Bruté

June 26th is merely a weekday in “Ordinary Time”, but one day it could be the Feast Day of “Saint Simon Bruté”! June 26th is the 178th anniversary of the death of Servant of God, Simon Gabriel Bruté de Remur . It was on this day that he breathed his last. After suffering the effects […]

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A Tale of Two Bishops

This week marks the remembrance of two of the most important figures in Indiana Catholic Church History. The first is, of course, Servant of God, Simon Gabriel Bruté whose ordination anniversary takes place on June 11th. At least that is what I believe. June 11 (or perhaps June 10th) is an important day in the […]

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Bishop Bruté Consecrated 1834

Today, October 28th is the feast of Sts. Simon and Jude. It was on this date the Simon Gabriel Bruté was consecrated in St. Louis, as the First Bishop of Vincennes. The year was 1834. The “new” cathedral in Saint Louis had just been completed and it was Bruté’s wish as well as the other […]

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Bishop Hailanderé dies in France 1882

This post is a “repeat”, but I feel the need to, once again, make a case for the man that no one seemed to like. Over time, I’ve gained a new respect for Bishop Hailandieré, who died on this date, May 1st, 1882. He is the bishop we either call crazy, or the one we […]

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