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Jules Chevalier

5 facts
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Olivia Paterson

on 18 September 2012

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Created By Olivia Paterson Fr. Jules Chevalier Jules Chevalier was a man who started the organisation of the Churches of the sacred heart and the M.S.C.
Here are five facts about Fr. Jules Chevalier. Fact 1:
Jules Chevalier was born in 1824, in a little town named Richelieu. Richelieu is 200km in the South West of Paris. Fact 2:
When Jules Chevalier was only twelve years old he decided that he wanted to dedicate himself to God and become a priest. Which must mean he had a great connection with God. Fact 3:
When Jules was 17, his father got a job as a caretaker of the forest. The person that hired him was a rich man that was a landowner near Vatan. When this man found out that Jules wanted to be a priest, this man decided to pay Jules' fees to go to the seminary. It was there that Jules first had his idea of forming a group of people that would continue to spread the word of Jesus Fact 4:
When he was a priest, Fr. Jules served in three different parishes as curate. Fact 5:
Jules Chevalier died on the 21st of October in 1907. He died in Issodun which is about 200km to the South of Paris. Here are just some more pictures
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