L’ancien Collège Saint-Paul de Macao (en portugais : Colégio de São Paulo) était un collège jésuite et séminaire universitaire pour tout l’Extrême-Orient. Fondé par Alexandre Valignano et construit à la fin du XVIe siècle à Macao (alors comptoir portugais), il eut une grande influence sur l’ouverture des missionnaires jésuites aux langues et cultures de l’Orient (Chine et Japon). Expulsés par les autorités portugaises les jésuites le quittent en 1762.

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  • L’ancien Collège Saint-Paul de Macao (en portugais : Colégio de São Paulo) était un collège jésuite et séminaire universitaire pour tout l’Extrême-Orient. Fondé par Alexandre Valignano et construit à la fin du XVIe siècle à Macao (alors comptoir portugais), il eut une grande influence sur l’ouverture des missionnaires jésuites aux langues et cultures de l’Orient (Chine et Japon). Expulsés par les autorités portugaises les jésuites le quittent en 1762. Le collège faisait partie d’un ensemble d’institutions pastorales (Paroisse Saint-Laurent, Église de la Mère-de-Dieu), éducatives (Maison des catéchumènes chinois) et charitables (Lazaret, Hôpital Saint-Raphaël, Maison de la miséricorde) créés autour du collège ou ailleurs à Macao. Le collège était adjacent et en contrebas de la forteresse Saint-Paul (aujourd’hui Fortaleza do Monte) Les bâtiments sont détruits dans un incendie en 1835. Les ruines du collège sont aujourd’hui - avec la façade de l’église de la Mère de Dieu - ce que l’UNESCO a classé au patrimoine mondial de l'humanité sous le nom de Ruines de Saint-Paul.
  • O Colégio de São Paulo de Macau, também conhecido como Colégio da Madre de Deus foi uma instituição de ensino universitário fundada em 1594 por jesuítas ao serviço do império português, no âmbito do acordo do Padroado português. O Colégio, que serviu para preparar os missionários jesuítas que viajavam para o Extremo Oriente, foi a primeira instituição universitária de tipo ocidental na Ásia Oriental, contando com um programa académico extenso, equivalente ao currículo de uma universidade.Em 1835, o Colégio de São Paulo e a sua igreja anexa (Igreja da Madre de Deus) foram destruídos por um violento incêndio. Apenas sobreviveram a imponente fachada e a escadaria monumental da Igreja da Madre de Deus. Em 2005, as Ruínas de S. Paulo - nomeadamente a fachada da Igreja da Madre de Deus - devido à sua beleza e valor excepcionais, foram incluídas no Centro Histórico de Macau, por sua vez incluído na Lista do Património Mundial da Humanidade da UNESCO.
  • St. Paul's College of Macau (Portuguese: Colégio de São Paulo) also known as College of Madre de Deus (Mater Dei in Portuguese) was a university founded in 1594 in Macau by Jesuits at the service of the Portuguese under the Padroado treaty. It claims the title of the first Western university in East Asia."St. Paul's University College of Macau" was funded by Alessandro Valignano in 1594 by upgrading the previous Madre de Deus school, as a stopover to prepare Jesuit missionaries traveling east. Its academic program came to include core disciplines such as theology, philosophy, and mathematics, geography, astronomy, and Latin, Portuguese and Chinese languages, including also a school of music and arts. It had immense influence on the learning of Eastern languages and culture, housing the first western sinologists Matteo Ricci, Johann Adam Schall von Bell and Ferdinand Verbiest, among many famous scholars of the time.The College was the base for Jesuit missionaries travelling to China, Japan and East Asia, and developed mingled with a thrifty Macau-Nagasaki trade until 1645. After a revolt blamed on religious influence, Japan expelled the Portuguese and banned Catholicism, and the college became then a shelter for fleeing Christian priests. Jesuits abandoned it in 1762 when they were expelled by the Portuguese authorities, during the suppression of the Society of Jesus. The buildings were destroyed in a fire in 1835. In 2005 the ruins of St. Paul's - notably the facade of the Madre de Deus church - were officially enlisted as part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site - Historic Centre of Macau.
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  • L’ancien Collège Saint-Paul de Macao (en portugais : Colégio de São Paulo) était un collège jésuite et séminaire universitaire pour tout l’Extrême-Orient. Fondé par Alexandre Valignano et construit à la fin du XVIe siècle à Macao (alors comptoir portugais), il eut une grande influence sur l’ouverture des missionnaires jésuites aux langues et cultures de l’Orient (Chine et Japon). Expulsés par les autorités portugaises les jésuites le quittent en 1762.
  • O Colégio de São Paulo de Macau, também conhecido como Colégio da Madre de Deus foi uma instituição de ensino universitário fundada em 1594 por jesuítas ao serviço do império português, no âmbito do acordo do Padroado português.
  • St. Paul's College of Macau (Portuguese: Colégio de São Paulo) also known as College of Madre de Deus (Mater Dei in Portuguese) was a university founded in 1594 in Macau by Jesuits at the service of the Portuguese under the Padroado treaty. It claims the title of the first Western university in East Asia."St. Paul's University College of Macau" was funded by Alessandro Valignano in 1594 by upgrading the previous Madre de Deus school, as a stopover to prepare Jesuit missionaries traveling east.
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  • Colégio de São Paulo (Macau)
  • St. Paul's College, Macau
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