100th Anniversary of the Founding of the Brothers of Saint Joseph
"We can scarcely exaggerate the measure of esteem, honor, and love, which we owe to our founders. They are our spiritual fathers. They were, as far as we are concerned, the workmen of Providence when they opened the road to which in the designs of God we were called for our sanctification."
"The debt of Holy Cross to Father Dujarié is very great. His prayers, labors, and sufferings were responsible for one of the two elements from which our Congregation is formed. We should revere his memory, imitate his virtues and pray for his canonization."
"Still I simply wish to say that he was a man of God who did not shirk his duty in meeting the problems of his time. He was a just man—not unlike Saint Joseph—who was never deluded by success nor discouraged in failure. He knew the secret of living a full life in the light of the indomitable faith."
Jacques-Françoise Dujarié: A Man of Courage and Concern
"Father Dujarié teaches more by his life than by his writings. ... I find in his life a message of courage in adversity, of compassion, of openness to reading the signs of the times, of sensitivity to the needs of youth, and of service to the poor."
Brothers in Holy Cross: A Gift to Share -- Reflection on the 175th Anniversary of the Founding of the Brothers of Saint Joseph)
"We remember Father Dujarié with gratitude; he was the man who gathered the Brothers of St. Joseph and planted within them his own missionary spirit and his desire to respond to the pressing needs of Catholic education."