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comments by Bayle, Niceron, and Baillet. The project to edit R.’s Opera omnia became a source of pride for members of his community and the devout of Lyon. Professor Gay often refers to R.’s autobiography, but does not really characterize it. Just how did he present himself? The last big question is, of

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“mixed marriages” did occur, they were not as widespread as previously argued. When concluding a Catholic marriage, nobles often presented themselves at the town hall, as prescribed by the civic authorities, and occasionally concluded their marriage in the public church, reconciling the demands of both

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priest in the parish of St. Eugenia in Stockholm, has now published this volume, written in Swedish and intended to present Ignatius and his theology for a Swedish (and, more broadly, Scandinavian) audience. Carls’s book is popular in character, and can be seen as a personal synthesis of years of

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effect was awe at the extent of the Jesuit involvement with the earth and space sciences, both before and after the suppression of the order. In the present volume, Fr. Udías uses a similar technique, though with more analysis, and the result is similarly breathtaking. Fr. Udías has succeeded in proving

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González in his El restablecimiento de la Compañía de Jesús. Celebración del bicentenario , both published in 2013 by Mensajero (Bilbao). The present volume contains some twenty-six documents. Almost all are Spanish translations from Latin, made by the editor. In each instance, Valero scrupulously

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Andalusia and, more specifically, to Seville. The present volume, authored by two renowned historians of the Society of Jesus, fills this gap. For many years, Francisco de Borja Medina has been a member of the Jesuit Historical Institute and professor at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome. Among

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Brill’s Series in Church History and Religious Culture 77. Leiden: Brill, 2019. Pp. x + 399. Hb, €169.00. The present book provides the first in-depth study of an intriguing sixteenth-century collection of sermons, written in the Saint Agnes Convent of Canonesses Regular in Arnhem (The Netherlands

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familiar artists and themes in a new light, and introducing us to new concepts and works. With their examinations, most of which were originally presented at the Renaissance Society of America conference in Chicago (2017), our understanding of Jesuit visual culture is advanced substantially. First, John

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innovative. Yet to some extent this focus on Jesuit strategies has obscured the techniques tried by missionaries of other religious orders to present themselves in a culturally appropriate way” (137). Similarly, when reflecting on Catholic science, Nick Wilding notes that “The Jesuits have been made to

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tortuous, but always generous approach which puts good outcomes before moral scruples without waiving principle. The edition is a companion to Holmes’s Elizabethan Casuistry , which presented cases discussed at Rheims-Douai and by Allen and Persons. It also complements Recusancy and Conformity in Early

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