Bishop Bourget inaugurated a retreat for the clergy of his diocese, 4 August, 1840; in the same year he carried out the desire of his predecessor by creating a chapter of canons, the installation taking place 31 January, 1841. In December, 1841, after his return from France and Rome, where he had visited many religious communities, he brought the Oblate Fathers to Montreal and in January, 1842, founded the Petit Séminaire de Sainte-Thérèse and canonically established the Temperance Society. The community of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary, now flourishing in Canada and the United States, was founded under his patronage in 1843, and about the same time the Sisters of Providence. The Providence Asylum was established 29 March, 1844. On 11 July, 1844, Bishop Bourget installed the Sisters of the Good Shepherd from Angers. In a pastoral letter, June, 1845, he commended the work of the Jesuit Fathers whose first establishment he blessed 31 July, 1851. On his return from Rome in 1847, he introduced the Fathers of the Congregation of Holy Cross, the Clerics of St. Viator, and the Sisters of the Holy Cross, and, a little later, placed the orphans under the care of the Dames de Charité. In 1848 he installed the Sisters of Miséricorde; and on 30 August, 1850, was begun an institute for deaf-mutes known as the Hospice of the Holy Child Jesus. In the same year he founded the teaching order of the Sisters of Sainte Anne who have now several missions in the United States, one even in Alaska. All these religious orders have since attained notable proportions. WHAT DO YOU CARE ?? SO F***EN WHAT !! The above bishop was the overseer in the escape of John H. Surratt( a once Jesusit priest , complicit in the assination of Abraham Lincoln - Because the scope is so overwhelming I will call this coincidence C1, The attempt here is to see if a way can be found to logicaly and mathmaticly disengage from the ravonous beast who now controll us ,the meek,hungry,the lame and the sick,the old and the young.. I do not feel any need to argue that the peoples of the world have been ruled. They were and we are ruled,the proponderance of evidence in this matter is so over whealming , that to argue against it, is not even good exercise..A tale makes no difference, dispense them all, think of this, "The day the Queen went Broke" Some think of Iraq as a battle for freedom, it is not, we should have invaded with movies and music and the tastes of liberety, Rock and Roll brought down the Berlin Wall. "When the mode of the music changes, the walls of the city shake" -Plato/Socrates C1 is represenitive of a multitude of connections with The Society of Jesus in this one incident, its reliablity is assured , it is not incidental, it was known at the highest of offices in the Catholic Church. I choose this point to begin because most Americans know him as a murdered President, little else matters at this point, for you see the reason the facts are locked away for 75 years is to assure the criminals are not caught, the facts will be manipulated for the "good" of the general public. Some Lincoln documents are still locked away.The public mind moves on most likely over whelmed again by some government led good deed. What we can decuce from this is that a relationship exists between the government and the Vatican. This is of course the reason that Vatican City is a country unto itself and not just the Papacy - a fairly transparent guise. We can further deduce that the relationship is well established and was not brand new in 1863. John H. Surratt was defended by two Catholic lawyers, tops in the arena, who paid and hired them remains unknown. Most of the people involved were Cathloics. Father J. B. Menu, from St. Charles College, (Sulpician Monastery) spent the day in the courtroom, sitting beside the prisoner all day. A great many of the students from the same college also visited the trial, it being vacation, and they uniformly took great pains to show their sympathy with the prisoner by shaking hands with him. The connection to the Vatican is established. The Vatican was also sympathic to the cause of the South and was at the same time trying to establish Maximilian, a Catholic prince as the protector of Mexico.