Taissumani

Taissumani, Oct. 18

Robert Stein — How Not to Explore the Arctic

German-born Robert Stein was a most eccentric man. After emigrating to the United States, he studied for the priesthood at Georgetown University. Sidetracked, he ended up with a medical degree. Somewhere along the way, he learned 12 languages. Perhaps this explains why he never found time to marry. Instead, he buried himself in historical and…

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Taissumani, July 18

A Pioneer Missionary’s Guide to Learning Inuktitut

Taissumani, May 31

Matthew Aupalok: “Greatly Loved by the Whole Community”

Taissumani, Jan. 25

Inuit catechists at Blacklead Island — Part 2

Taissumani, Jan. 11

Inuit catechists at Blacklead Island — Part 1

Taissumani, Nov. 30

Mikak and the Moravian Church in Labrador — Part 2

Taissumani, Nov. 23

Mikak and the Moravian Church in Labrador — Part 1

Taissumani, Nov. 9

Isaac Stringer, the bishop who ate his boots

Taissumani, Oct. 19

Father Turquetil—first Roman Catholic bishop of the Arctic