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Peter Canisius and the Protestants

A Model of Ecumenical Dialogue?

Hilmar M. Pabel

Introduction: The Celebration of a Saint Peter Canisius’s path to canonization was a long one. He died in 1597. The formal ecclesiastical process to declare him a saint began in 1625, but his beatification, solemnly pronounced by Pope Pius IX, had to wait until 1864. 1 In Militantis ecclesiae

Simone Laqua-O’Donnell

the Society of Jesus and the Fuggers. This relationship encompassed men, women, children, and even servants. Based on the critical edition of Canisius’s correspondence edited by Otto Braunsberger, this article will focus on the pastoral relationship between Peter Canisius and Ursula Fugger. Ursula had

Hilmar Pabel

Church History and Religious Culture 87 (2007) i-iii www.brill.nl/chrc CHRC Contents Hilmar M. Pabel, Augustine’s Confessions and the Autobiographies of Peter Canisius, SJ ....................................................................... 453 Noel Malcolm, Comenius, the Conversion of the

Paul Begheyn

© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2006 Quærendo 36⁄1-2 Also available online – www.brill.nl 1 This article includes corrections to my recent book: Paul Begheyn, Petrus Canisius en zijn cate- chismus. De geschiedenis van een bestseller. Peter Canisius and his catechism. The history of a bestseller

Decot, Rolf

[German Version] (Peter Kanis until c. 1547; May 8, 1521, Nijmegen – Dec 21, 1597, Fribourg, Switzerland) contributed to the renewal of the Catholic Church after the Reformation. Residing in Cologne from 1535 onward, he became the first German Jesuit in 1543. He turned to Charles V of Germany for

Hilmar M. Pabel

Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2016. Pp. 528. Hb, 90 euros. Peter Canisius, the first recruit for the Society of Jesus on German soil, began to attain wider ecclesiastical and historical significance in the late nineteenth century, almost three hundred years after his death in 1597