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Robert Persons S.J.

the Christian directory (1582) : The first booke of the Christian exercise, appertayning to resolution

by Parsons, Robert

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Published by Brill in Leiden, Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christian life -- Catholic authors -- Early works to 1800.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    Other titlesChristian directory (1582), First booke of the Christian exercise, appertayning to resolution
    Statementedited by Victor Houliston.
    SeriesStudies in the history of Christian thought,, v. 84
    ContributionsHouliston, Victor, 1954-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX1750 .P33 1998
    The Physical Object
    Paginationlx, 399 p. ;
    Number of Pages399
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL364982M
    ISBN 109004110097
    LC Control Number98025291

      Cardinal Sarah offers critique of L.G.B.T. book, Father James Martin responds Cardinal Robert Sarah, prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship . Benet Canfield, also known as Father Benet, Benoit of Canfield, or Benoît de Canfeld, (–), was an English Recusant and Rule of Perfection served as a manual two or three generations of mystics. For his influence on Madame Acarie, Pierre de Bérulle, André Duval, and Vincent de Paul he has been called the "Masters of masters".

    [Robert Persons, S.J.], Elizabethae Angliae Reginae [ ] in Catholicos sui Regni Edictum [ ] per D. Andream Philopatrum (Richard Verstegan: Antwerp, , under the false imprint Joannes Faber Author: Victor Houliston. The congress decided that Persons should go to Philip, and Crichton to Pope Gregory; and though the two Jesuits demurred, as having other orders from their superiors, the papal nuncio insisted and his authority of course prevailed. Persons now undertook two journeys, to Philip in Spain (June-Oct., ) and to Rome (Sept., ).

      The second volume of Robert M. Doran’s magisterial The Trinity in History continues his exploration of the Trinitarian theology of Bernard Lonergan, focusing now on the notions of relations and persons and connecting the systematic proposals with the so-called "Third Quest for the Historical Jesus." Doran not only interprets Lonergan’s major work in Trinitarian theology and Christology but Pages: Academic journal article The Catholic Historical Review 'De Adeundis Ecclesiis Protestantium': Thomas Wright, Robert Parsons, S.J., E Il Dibattito Sul Conformismo Occasionale nell'Inghilterra dell'Età Moderna.


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Early life. Robert Persons was born at Nether Stowey, Somerset to yeoman parents. Through the favour of local parson named John Hayward, a former monk, he was educated in at St.

Mary's Hall, completing his degrees with distinction, he became a fellow and tutor at Balliol in College fellow and priest. As a Fellow of Balliol College, Persons clashed with the Master there. Persons returned to his post, and enjoyed full papal favour until his death.

Father Persons's greatest work, his "Christian Directory" [originally called "The Book of Christian Exercise", and known as "The Book of Resolution" (Rouen, ), with innumerable editions and translations], had been conceived during his heroic mission in England.

His. 2. Thus, in his England of Elizabeth, London,p, A.L. Rouse writes: “In he (F. Persons) published his book of the English Succession in which he argued Philip's claims as a descendant of the house of Lancaster, on behalf of his daughter, the Infanta: any clever fool, it seems, can find arguments for anything he wants.

Like everything he said or did –for he had a fatal touch Cited by: 5. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Robert Persons S J books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles.

: Robert Persons S.J., the Christian Directory (): The First Booke of the Christian Exercise, Appertayning to Resolution (Studies in the History of Christian Thought) (): Persons S J, Robert, Houliston, Victor: BooksCited by: 2. Letters and memorials of Father Robert Persons, S.J (Publications of the Catholic Record Society) [Parsons, Robert] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Letters and memorials of Father Robert Persons, S.J (Publications of the Catholic Record Society)Author: Robert Parsons. Letters and memorials of Father Robert Persons, S.J.

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Robert Southwell, a poet and prose writer of William Shakespeare and Ben Jonson‘s generation, spent his adolescence and early manhood in Italy. His brief literary career flourished during the years when he was an underground Jesuit priest in Protestant England.

It is agreed that Southwell brought with him from Italy the themes and the aesthetics of militant Counter-Reformation piety. A complete record of Robert Persons’s correspondence would be a thing worth having.

1 There are some tantalizing gaps. In Augustduring the first months of the Jesuit mission to England, he sent the secular priest William Watts (c–c) to Scotland, ostensibly to find out if refuge could be found for priests suffering persecution in : Victor Houliston.

Robert Persons Jesuit, b. at Nether Stowey, Somerset, J ; d. in Rome, Ap probably by Father William Good, S.J., and after a year spent in travel and study, he became a Jesuit at Rome (July 3, ). while Persons had also revised the MS. and rewritten many passages.

The book was a manifesto of his party, and. REVIEW OF ROBERT SPAEMANN'S PERSONS Arthur Madigan, S.J. ABSTRACT This review presents the principal themes of Robert Spaemann's Persons: The Difference between 'Someone' and 'Something/ To be a person is not to be identical with one's teleological nature, but rather, to have that nature.

Personal consciousness is necessarily temporal. Robert Persons SJ (24 June – 15 April ), later known as Robert Parsons, was an English Jesuit priest. He was a major figure in establishing the 16th-century English Mission of the Society of Jesus. Robert Persons - WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedia - WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedia.

6 Much of the documentary evidence discussed here is set out by Leo Hicks, in 'Father Robert Persons S.J. and The Book of the Succession', Recusant History, 4 (), Robert Persons's writings on the English Succession clear that he was in step with the commonly respected leader of the English.

PERSONS, ROBERT English Jesuit; b. Nether Stowey, Somersetshire, J ; d. Rome, Apr. 15, He was educated at Stogursey and Taunton and earned his degree at Oxford, becoming a fellow and later bursar of Balliol.

In he left England to study medicine in Padua; but in Louvain, after a retreat under W. Good, SJ, he was probably reconciled to the Church. PARSONS or PERSONS, ROBERT (–), Jesuit missionary and controversialist, was born at Nether Stowey, near Bridgwater, Somerset, on 24 June His father, Henry Parsons, said to have been a blacksmith, had by his wife Christiana eleven children, of whom Robert was the sixth.

“He was undeniably, by generally accepted political standards, a traitor,” writes Francis Edwards, S.J., in this compelling biography of Robert Persons, the most significant Jesuit on the English scene in the late 16th century—a time when Parliament passed a series of laws defining Catholicism as treason.

Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Bob Persons books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. S.J.D. Green is a professor of modern history at the University of Leeds and Extraordinary Research Fellow, All Souls College, Oxford. Law & Liberty’s focus is on the classical liberal tradition of law and political thought and how it shapes a society of free and responsible persons.

Persons returned to his post, and enjoyed full papal favour until his death. Father Persons's greatest work, his "Christian Directory" [originally called "The Book of Christian Exercise", and known as "The Book of Resolution" (Rouen, ), with innumerable editions and translations], had been conceived during his heroic mission in England.

Robert Persons, S.J., Certamen ecclesiae anglicanae: a study of an unpublished manuscript / by Jos. Simons Simons, Jos (Joseph) [ Book: ]. Directed by Victor Houliston, who also acts as chief editor, this is the first fruit of the Robert Persons Correspondence project.

It is the first of a projected three volumes, and updates, enlarges, and corrects the collection of Persons’s correspondence tendentiously edited by Leo Hicks, S.J., for the Catholic Record Society in Author: James E. Kelly.For a nuanced study of Persons’s difficult relationships with superiors and patrons, see John Bossy, ‘The Heart of Robert Persons’, in The Reckoned Expense: Edmund Campion and the Early English Jesuits, ed.

Thomas M. McCoog, S.J. (Woodbridge: Boydell Press, ), – I am grateful to Arthur Marotti for bringing these books to my Author: Ronald Corthell.