Meanwhile, the Eudists had reconsidered their decision. Dictionary of Canadian Biographyvol. Chiasson Title of Article: Efforts to cure him were unsuccessful and he died of pneumonia. Gay also worked hard to foster the cause of temperance among his parishioners. The citation above shows the format for footnotes and endnotes according to the Chicago manual of style 16th edition. Information to be used in other citation formats:
He offered to give up his parishes, the most prosperous in the area, to the priests so that they would have some revenue while laying the foundations of their college or academy.
Ecole Jean-Marie Gay
The church was completed in and construction of a presbytery was begun in The anticlerical movement in France had succeeded in in having priests, members of religious orders, and seminarists made liable for military service, and the clergy faced the possibility of greater persecution. Although Gay was a capable administrator, he was a poor speaker. Meanwhile, the Eudists had reconsidered their decision. Gay also worked hard to foster the cause of temperance among his parishioners. Although Gay was primarily recognized then and later for having selflessly given up his parishes and for having facilitated the establishment of the Eudists in Canada, it is less well known that over the years he aided the college with donations, to a total of 10, francs.
The pleurisy he had contracted before his departure worsened on his arrival in Paris. Information to be used in other citation formats: In September he returned to Bas-de-Tousquet, and he remained eight years. The Eudists therefore now welcomed the opportunity to establish a college which could also serve as a refuge for their priests and students should the need arise. Efforts to cure him were unsuccessful and he died of pneumonia.