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Abbot Francis Pfanner and the History of Mariannhill


 

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1. Abbot Francis Pfanner 1825-1909 (A Missionary who made history)

By A.L. Balling, CMM, Mariannhill Mission Society, 1980

First published in German as Er war fur Nagel mit kopfen by Verlag St. Gabriel, Modling (Austria) and Steyler Verlag St. Augustin (Austria)

© 1979 by Verlag St. Gabriel Modling

English translation by Hugh Young, First published in 1980

Printed in Northern Ireland by the Appletree Press

2. Abbot Francis Pfanner
by Rev. Dr. R. Kneipp CMM
In His Steps – The story of Abbot Francis and the sisters he founded at Mariannhill
Printed by Natal Printing, 214 United Building, Durban
Reprinted with permission of the editor and the management board of Catholic Youth and Family
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3. The Founder of Mariannhill – A short biography of Abbot Francis Pfanner
Adapted from the German by Berchmans Hofmann, CMM
Illustrations by Rosa Hope, A.R. E.
Published by the Mariannhill Mission Society, Michigan, Detroit, May 21, 1946
faithandaction
4. A Man of Faith and Action, The Story of Abbot Francis Pfanner (1825-1909), The Trappist Pioneer and Founder, who became the “Apostle of South Africa”, by Sr. M. Annette Buschgerd, CPS
Printed by St. Joseph Mission Press, Reimlingen via Nördlingen
spiritualfather
5-1. Our Spiritual Father Abbot Franz Speaks to us – I
Mariannhill, 1981 (APR)
Sermons and articles from the Dunbrody period, Translated from the German
5-2. Our Spiritual Father Abbot Franz Speaks to us – II
Fliegende Blätter aus Mariannhill [Nos. 6-16, 1883- No. 7 missing]
English translation: Fr. R. Schmitt, CMM
Printed and published privately by the province of Mariannhill, 1981
6. The Dunbrody Episode – The futile attempt to establish the Trappists in the Sunday’s River Valley of the Cape Province, South Africa.
A documentation in three parts. Printed privately, Published as MS Mariannhill, 1975
apostolate7. Mariannhill and its Apostolate – Origin and growth of the Congregation of the Mariannhill Missionaries.
Published by authority of the Generalate of the Congregation of the Mariannhill Missionaries, Reimlingen via Nordlingen, St. Joseph Mission Press, 1964
twoideals8. Mariannhill between two ideals – The inner development of Mariannhill from a Trappist monastery into a modern mission congregation – 1884-1936
A translation from the German original by Sr. M. Adelgisa Herrmann, Innsbruck, 1961 (English 1983), A documentation [Facsimile Edition]
Printed privately, Published as MS Mariannhill, 1977
carisma9. Mariannhill, Charisma and Tradition
2nd Edition – Edited by Fr. Geroge Lautenschlager, CMM, Mariannhill, 1999
Mariannhill Mission Press
spirit10. The Spirit of the Founder – A collection of sermons, instructions, articles and sayings of the servant of God, Abbot Franz Pfanner, Mariannhill, South Africa, Book 1
German Edition, 1967, by Fr. Timotheus Kempf at the request of the generalate of the Missionaries of Mariannhill
Translated into English by Sr. M. Adelgisa Herrmann at the request of Mother M. Adelberta, CPS, Superior General
11. Mariannhill – A Century of Prayer and Work
by Helen Gamble
Mariannhill Mission Press, 1982
halfcent12. Mariannhill – Half a Century of African Mission Life
by Fr. G. Stach, RMM
© 1935, The Mariannhill Mission Society, Detroit
1882-198213. Mariannhill – 1882-1982, A picture book, Published by the Generalate of the Mariannhill Missionaries, 1982
stream14. Against the Stream (Life of Father Bernard Huss CMM, The social Apostle of the Bantu) by F. Schimlek, CMM
Published by Mariannhill Mission Press
© 1949 by the Mariannhill Mission Institute, South Africa
catmag15. The Mission Work of the Trappists and Mariannhill as recorded in The South Africa Catholic Magazine – 1891 -1924
16. Mariannhill – A study in Bantu Life and Missionary effort
by Francis Schimlek, CMM
Published by Mariannhill Mission Press, Mariannhill, Natal, South Africa, 1953
17. Catholic Beginnings in Natal and Beyond
by J. B. Brain
T.W. Griggs and Co. (PTY) LTD, 1975
© 1975 University of South Africa
18. Catholics in Natal – II (1886-1925)
by J.B. Brain
Original title: History of the Roman Catholic Church in Natal – 1886-1925, with special reference to the work of the oblates of Mary Immaculate
© 1982 University of South Africa

Mother Paula Emunds and the History of the

Missionary Sisters of the Precious Blood

lontnitlugg19. CPS, “Lont nit lugg” Abbot Francis Pfanner, OCR, Mother M. Paula Emunds, CPS – Collection of quotations
motherpaula20. Mother M. Paula Emunds – 1865 -1948 – Co-Foundress of the Missionary Sisters of the Precious Blood, by Sr. Annette Buschgerd, CPS, Saint Bernard’s Convent, Toronto, 2000
greatprice21. For a Great Price, – The Story of the Missionary Sisters of the Precious Blood, by Sr. Annette Buschgerd, CPS, Mariannhill Mission Press, Reimlingen, Germany, 1990
paulaemunds22. Paula Emunds, Co-foundress, Missionary Sisters of the Precious Blood, A biography, by Ann Marie McLeod, 2006
23. 75 years – Heilig Blut, Aarle Rixtel (Netherlands), 1903-1978
misssisters24. 100 years – Missionary Sisters of the Precious Blood (1885- 1985)
By the General Administration, 1979 – 1985
Edited by the Hans Jürgen Wiersig, D- 5439 Pottum
25. 1985 Missionary Sisters of the Precious Blood, From the Chronicle – 1885-1984, South African province
26. Mother Paula Emunds – in memory of her 50th Death Anniversary (1865-1948)
by Sr. M. Philothea Willmes, CPS
27. The Inner Spirit and Virtues of a true Missionary Sister of the Precious Blood
Tertiate, 1984
by Sr. Maria-Lydia Pepping, CPS
28. Grateful Remembrances of our Dear Mother Paula Emunds by Sisters who knew Mother Paula
Tertiate, 1984
by Sr. Maria-Lydia Pepping, CPS
29. Mother M. Paula Emunds – What she taught, The example she gave, What she expects of us
Tertiate, 1984
by Sr. Maria-Lydia Pepping, CPS