Charles Garnier

Charles Garnier (1606 - 1649)

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Saint Charles Garnier
Born in Paris, Île-de-France, Francemap
Son of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Died in Huronie, Pays-d'en-Haut, Nouvelle-Francemap
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Charles Garnier lived
in Canada, Nouvelle-France.
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Charles Garnier migrated from France to New France.
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Biography

Charles Was a Jesuit
Charles is one of the seven Canadian Martyrs

Location in modern times is near Collingwood

The son of a secretary to King Henri III of France, Garnier joined the Jesuit seminary in Clermont in 1624 as a youth. After completing years of studies in language, culture and theology, he was ordained as a priest in 1635. His father initially forbade him from travelling to Canada where he would face almost certain death as a missionary, but he was eventually allowed to go. He reached the colony of New France in 1636. He travelled immediately to the Huron mission with fellow Jesuit Pierre Chastellain.

He served for the rest of his life as a missionary among the Huron, never returning to France. The Huron nicknamed him Ouracha, or "rain-giver", after his arrival was followed by a drought-ending rainfall. He was greatly influenced by fellow missionary Jean de Brébeuf, and was known as the "lamb" to Brebeuf's "lion".

There were raids between Iroquois and Huron forces. When he learned that Brébeuf and Lalemant were killed in March 1649 by Iroquois after a raid on a Huron village, Garnier knew he too might soon die. On December 7, 1649 he was killed by the Iroquois during an attack on the Petun village where he was living.

Charles Garnier was canonized in 1930 by Pope Pius XI with the other seven Canadian Martyrs (also known as the North American Martyrs. His feast day is October 19.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Garnier_(missionary)

Fichier origine

GARNIER, Charles 241674
Statut Religieux
Date de baptême: 25-05-1606
Lieu d'origine: Paris (St-Gervais-St-Protais) (Seine) 75104
Parents: Jean GARNIER et Anne De Garault
Métier du père: Sous-secrétaire du cabinet de Henri III et maître des comptes en Normandie
Première mention au pays: 1636
Occupation à l'arrivée: Jésuite
Décès ou inhumation: Huronie, 1649
Remarques: Il est missionnaire en Huronie.[1][2]

Sources

  1. DGFQ, p. 467; DBC, vol. 1, p. 333 ; DBCCF, vol. 1 , p. 226
  2. Fichier Saint Charles Garnier


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