Michel Fallize

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De Philippe Michel Fallize, gebuer de 24. Februar 1855 zu Harel[1] a gestuerwen den 28. Abrëll 1920 zu Chicago (Illinois) am St. Mary of Nazareth Hospital, war e lëtzebuergesche Geeschtlechen a Missionär.[2][3]

No senge Studien am Stater Atheneum ass hien 1874 an Amerika gaangen, wou hien zu Notre Dame am Indiana an d'Kongregatioun vum hellege Kräiz (Congrégation de Sainte-Croix) agetrueden ass. Den 31. Dezember 1878[4] ass hien zum Priister geweit ginn. 1889 ass de Pater Fallize Generalvikar vun der Diözes Dacca[5] (Dhaka, haut Bangladesch) ginn, eng Funktioun, déi hien 21 Joer laang assuréiert huet. 1910 ass hien aus Gesondheetsgrënn zréck op Notre Dame gaangen.[2][4]

Hie war de Brudder vum Jean-Baptiste Fallize.

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  1. Blum, M., 1981. Bibliographie luxembourgeoise ou catalogue raisonné de tous les ouvrages ou travaux littéraires publiés par des Luxembourgeois ou dans le Grand-Duché actuel de Luxembourg. Première partie: Les auteurs connus. Nouvelle édition, complétée, avec introduction et index analytique, par Carlo Hury. First published 1902-1932. Reprinted 1981. Kraus International Publications, München, vol. 1: A-L, S. 256.
  2. 2,0 2,1 Luxemburger Wort 1920, Nr. 196 (8. Mai), Abend-Ausgabe, S. 3. [1]
    Luxemburger Wort 1920, Nr. 221 (27. Mai), Abend-Ausgabe, S. 2. [2]
  3. "The South Bend Tribune", Thursday, April 29, 1920 : Rev. Michael Fallize, C. S. C., 65 years old, of Notre Dame university, died Wednesday at St. Mary's hospital in Chicago. He was formerly a missionary to Bengal, India. He is survived by a brother, Bishop Fallize, of Christiana, Norway. Funeral services will be held Friday morning at 8 o'clock at Sacred Heart church, Notre Dame. [3]
  4. 4,0 4,1 Nicolas Gonner: Die Luxemburger in der neuen Welt. Illustrierte Neuausg. in 2 Bänden, hrsg. von Jean Ensch, Carlo Hury u. Jean-Claude Muller; unter Mitarbeit von Antoine Gonner u. Liliane Stemper-Brickler. Éditions-Reliures Schortgen, Esch/Alzette 1985, Band 1, S. 455.
  5. Archdiocese of Dhaka (General Characteristics of the Archdiocese): From 1876 to 1889, when the Holy Cross missionaries were recalled by their superior to France, the vicariate was administered by Benedictine monks of the Anglo-Belgian province. Dom Cuthbert Downey served as Pro Vicar Apostolic and then Dom Gregory de Groote as Administrator. In 1889, the Holy Cross missionaries returned, led by Father Michael Fallize. The Diocese of Dhaka had been canonically erected on Sept. 1, 1886, its territory including that of the present day dioceses of Chittagong (Bangladesh), Silchar (Assam, India), and Prome (Myanmar). Chittagong was removed from the jurisdiction of Dhaka in 1927. [4]