Documento simples 007 - Armando Pereira de Araújo

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Armando Pereira de Araújo

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  • [18??]-[19??] (Creation)

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Nasceu no Porto, freguesia do Bonfim, em 3 de agosto de 1881 e faleceu no Candal, Vila Nova de Gaia, em 29 de agosto de 1958. Era sobrinho-neto do historiador Alexandre Herculano (de Carvalho Araújo), e além de ministro da Igreja Lusitana, notabilizou-se como jornalista e homem de letras.
Fez parte do Curso Teológico da Igreja Lusitana que funcionou nas dependências da Igreja do Prado, dirigido pelo reverendo Dr. John Harden, de 1903 a 1907. O reverendo Dr. Harden seria mais tarde bispo de Tuam, na Irlanda.
Iniciou a sua carreira como coadjutor do reverendo André Cassels que além da sua igreja do Bom Pastor, no Candal, cujo templo foi inaugurado em 1887. Já a Missão da Madalena teve início em 1905 e manteve-se até 1927, período em que esteve a seu cargo.
Em Viseu o reverendo Araújo fundou o jornal "A Voz da Verdade", mas ao fim de dois anos o jornal acabou por imposição da censura. Em 1931, 18 de dezembro, falece o reverendo André Cassels e o reverendo Bonaparte nomeia-o ministro interino do Candal. Só em 10 de novembro de 1935 tomaria o cargo de ministro desta igreja.
Em colaboração com o reverendo Belarmino Vieira Barata publicou os Relatórios Coletivos da Igreja Lusitana de 1939, 1940, 1941 e 1943/44.
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  • Aderiu em 1900 à Igreja Lusitana
  • Em 1908 foi ordenado diácono
  • Em 1911 foi ordenado presbítero
    He was born in Porto, parish of Bonfim, on August 3, 1881 and died in Candal, Vila Nova de Gaia, on August 29, 1958. He was the great-nephew of the historian Alexandre Herculano (de Carvalho Araújo), and besides minister of Lusitanian Church, became famous as a journalist and man of letters.
    He was part of the Theological Course of the Lusitanian Church, which operated on the premises of the Prado Church, led by the Reverend Dr. John Harden, from 1903 to 1907. The Reverend Dr. Harden would later be Bishop of Tuam, in Ireland.
    He began his career as a coadjutor to the reverend André Cassels who, in addition to his church of the Good Shepherd, in Candal, whose temple was opened in 1887. The Madalena Mission started in 1905 and continued until 1927, a period in which he was your job title.
    In Viseu the Reverend Araújo founded the newspaper "A Voz da Verdade", but after two years the newspaper ended up imposing censorship. In 1931, December 18, Reverend André Cassels passed away and Reverend Bonaparte appoints him as Candal's interim minister. Only on November 10, 1935, would he take up the post of minister of this church.
    In collaboration with the reverend Belarmino Vieira Barata published the Collective Reports of the Lusitanian Church of 1939, 1940, 1941, and 1943/44.
    Religious path:
    In 1900 he joined the Lusitanian Church
    In 1908 he was ordained a deacon
    In 1911 he was ordained an elder

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02.01.17 (AV)
19.07.19 (AV)
15.07.2020 (AV)

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  • Portuguese

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  • Latin

Sources

MOREIRA, Eduardo Henriques (1949). Esboço da História da Igreja Lusitana. Vila Nova de Gaia: Sínodo da Igreja Lusitana Católica Apostólica Evangélica.
«O Novo Despertar», nº96, setembro-outubro de 1996

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