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- n. A member of the "Congregation of the Priests of the Mission" founded by St Vincent de Paul and established at St Lazare in Paris.
- adj. Of or pertaining to this order
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One of the Congregation of the Priests of the Mission, a religious institute founded by Vincent de Paul in 1624, and popularly called Lazarists or Lazarites from the College of St. Lazare in Paris, which was occupied by them until 1792.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A member of the Congregation of the Mission, a religious order in the Roman Catholic Church, founded by St. Vincent de Paul in 1624, and so called from the priory of St. Lazare, near Paris, which was given to the society in 1632.
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A statue of St Vincent stands in its grounds, to mark the fact that he founded the Order of the Lazarist Fathers, who, since 1876, have been in charge of the basilica.
Lazarist missionaries arrived in Tigre and Eritrea.
Lazarist missionaries down to retired slave-dealers and assassins.
In 1841 he secured Lazarist missioners for Persia.
There is a Lazarist community of 3 Fathers and 1 lay brother at
He urged the appointment of Rev. Leo de Neekere, a Belgian Lazarist, as Bishop of
In 1711 Clement XI entrusted the island to Lazarist missionaries, who began work there in 1714.
Owes its origin to P. Valentini, a Lazarist, who, aided by a pious lady, received in a private house the students who could not otherwise gain admittance to the other colleges.
City and he commanded the expulsion and suppression of the Lazarist
Jourdié, a Lazarist father, who remained on the island from 1667 to 1670.
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