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|Nom de l'objet :||Rosary|
|Catégorie de l'objet :||Communication Artifacts|
|Sous-catégorie de l'objet :||Personal Symbol|
|Discipline :||Religious History|
|Matériaux :||metal, aluminum
|Technique de fabrication :||cast
|Numéro d'accession :||SM 1980.3.12 A-B|
|Nom de la collection :||Monsignor F. C. Ryan|
|Description :||Small rosary is made of a series of black wooden beads strung on a metal chain linked together between beads. The aluminum Crucifix has the outline of a Corpus imprinted on one side. A triangular shaped piece of aluminum with the letter "M" imprinted on it connects the single section of rosary to the five decades. The case is made of scored leather folded and sewn on three sides to form a pouch. The brown case has a plain leather lining glued to the outer side. A metal snap with one part attached to the outside of cover and the other attached to front center of pouch is used for fastening.|
|Commentaires :||Monsignor Frederick Claude Ryan is well known today for his treatments and cures that have helped people from all over the world. Still today, there is great interest in his miracle medicines. He was born January 18, 1876 in Lewisville, New Brunswick and as a young boy moved to Kouchibouguac, N. B. He was the son of Patrick Ryan and Ann Donovan. He attended St. Joseph's University in Memramcook in 1891 and later in 1900 pursued his theological studies at Sacred Heart Seminary in Halifax. He was ordained to the priesthood on July 17, 1904 at St. Michael's Cathedral, by the Most Rev. Thomas F. Barry, Bishop of Chatham. Father Ryan's first assignment was at Tracadie for two years. In 1906 he was sent to the Tobique Missions. He was appointed Postmaster of the Indian Reserve in 1912 and also appointed Superintendent and Inspector of all Indian Schools in New Brunswick in 1916. In 1921 he became parish priest at Saint Thomas Roman Catholic Church in Red Bank, while still having Sevogle as a Mission. Fr. Ryan was appointed to the Roman Prelacy in 1950 and obtained an L.L.D. from St. Thomas College on May 1, 1950. He also earned a PhD. from St. Joseph University on May 25, 1952.Monsignor Frederick C. Ryan retired from active ministry in 1955. He spent his last ten years at Mount Saint Joseph Nursing Home in Chatham where he died on May 17, 1973 at the age of ninety-seven. Fr. Ryan became a self-made physician coming to the aid of others at a moment's notice with his miracle remedies and cures. There were no doctors in the area and the demand upon him was endless. Word circulated about his cures and ailing people from all over contacted him. His study of herbs contributed to his success in healing those afflicted with various diseases. The number of people waiting to see Fr. Ryan steadily increased causing him to set aside hours especially for healing. (From: "Father Ryan's Cures and Remedies")|
|Fonctions :||This rosary and case were used by Monsignor F. C. Ryan of Miramichi, New Brunswick.|
|Unité de mesure linéaire :||cm|
|Nombre d'objets :||1|
|Nombre de parties composantes :||2|
|Nom des parties composantes :||rosary
|Mention de crédit - Image :||For copyright contact St. Michael's Museum.|
|Établissement :||St. Michael's Museum & Genealogical Centre|
|Ville de l'établissement :||Miramichi|
|Province de l'établissement :||New Brunswick|
|Site web de l'établissement :||http://www.saintmichaelsmuseum.com|
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