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awareness that to be a good Christian one must reform oneself and adhere to a stricter code of moral conduct” (11). Thus, there are contributions on the support of orthodoxy (Christopher Black, “Confraternities and the Inquisition”); and the development of rules of behavior (Gervase Rosser, “The Ethics of

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to access “the slight contrasts and nuances [and] fine mutable boundaries between orthodoxy and heterodoxy” (27), despite the inquisitors’ later interests in portraying those nuances as stark black-and-white differences. Chizzola himself was involved in theological circles that were sympathetic to

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, reports that the missionaries have been the victims of their indigenous, European-educated pilot-interpreter, don Luis de Velasco, who has vanished along with the Black Robes. It marks the end of the Spanish attempt to secure a foothold on the North American coastline above Florida, but only the beginning

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traditional Madonna and Child theme with a scene that includes the entire Holy Family, by adding Joseph. While unusual in a sixteenth-century European context, Joseph’s inclusion is not at all uncommon in Latin American paintings of the time. Charlene Villaseñor Black surveyed the ascendance of images of St

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information in too little space, tiptoeing around polemical issues such as ethnocide, slavery of black population in the so-called reducciones (mainly in Peru and Paraguay) and the limits of Jesuit accommodation in India, China, and Japan (27–32). The next one, authored by Luis F. Bernabé Pons (University

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Flying House of Loreto: Spreading Catholicism in the Early Modern World  526 Robert John Clines Katherine Aron-Beller and Christopher Black, eds., The Roman Inquisition: Centre versus Peripheries  529 Paul F. Grendler Lauren G. Kilroy-Ewbank, Holy Organ or Unholy Idol?: The Sacred Heart

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Corpus Rubenianum Ludwig Burchard. Architecture and Sculpture, part 2, 3. Based on a manuscript by Frans Baudouin (1920–2005). Translated by Jantien Black and Ted Alkins. London: Harvey Miller Publishers, 2018. Pp. 389. Hb, €155.00. Ria Fabri and Piet Lombaerde accomplish no mean feat in this

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-format colored maps also appeared. Following this model, from 1875, Die Katholischen Missionen had cartographical illustrations in black and white for some articles, as well as five full-page color maps (18.5 x 24.5 cm) between 1879 and 1881: – Issue 12/1879: “Die katholischen Missionen Süd-Africa’s,” in the

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,” http://www.uscatholic.org/articles/201503/jesuit-astronomer%E2%80%99s-guide-avoiding-awful -science-fiction-29906 (accessed December 2018). 5 Agustín Udías, Jesuit Contribution to Science: A History (Dordrecht: Springer, 2015). 6 Mary D. Russell, The Sparrow (London: Black Swan, 1997) and

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, standing above a stair, is Francis Xavier himself, wearing a stole and surplice over his black cassock and in the act of baptizing. In his right hand, he holds a shell from which baptismal water pours onto the figures kneeling before him. The painter has captured Xavier in the midst of one of his famously

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