Books about Loyola


Books about Loyola


A collection of books about the people and events that shaped the diverse history of Loyola College and High School from its beginnings in 1848 to the present.


1848 - 2017

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Loyola and Montreal: Stories from Our History
Since its beginnings as Collège Ste. Marie, Loyola has been a part of, and helped to shape, Montreal's rich and diverse culture. Those who visit Loyola remark on its warmth, inclusion, and sense of being part of its spirit.
Loyola of Montreal:…

“Le petit collège de bois” to 7272 Sherbrooke St. West, A Brief History of Loyola High School, Montreal
This book tells the story, in a brief fashion, of the remarkable history of Loyola High School, Montreal, and of some of the colourful individuals who have been associated with it over time. One of the pre-eminent secondary educational institutions…

Loyola, the Wars: In Remembrance of "Men for Others"
“This book is respectfully dedicated to those who never came home; to those who did; and to those at home who waited for them”.

Loyola and Montreal, A History by T.P. Slattery
Old Montreal appears throughout in her rich, primary colours – with the early Irish, the generous Italians, the plague of ship fever, the sacrifices of the Sulpicians, the beginnings of St Patrick’s and St. Ann’s, the Gavazzi Riot, the Guibord…
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