St. Vincent Ferrer, his life, spiritual teaching, and practical devotion, tr. by T.A. Dixon

Author: André Pradel

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St. Vincent Ferrer, His Life, Spiritual Teaching, And Practical Devotion, Tr. By T.A. Dixon by André Pradel, first published in 1875, is a rare manuscript, the original residing in one of the great libraries of the world. This book is a reproduction of that original, which has been scanned and cleaned by state-of-the-art publishing tools for better readability and enhanced appreciation. Restoration Editors' mission is to bring long out of print manuscripts back to life. Some smudges, annotations or unclear text may still exist, due to permanent damage to the original work. We believe the literary significance of the text justifies offering this reproduction, allowing a new generation to appreciate it.

St. Vincent Ferrer

The Angel of the Judgment

Author: Rev. Fr. Andrew Pradel

Publisher: TAN Books

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Category: Religion

Page: 196

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Commissioned by Our Lord Himself to preach His Gospel, St. Vincent began at age 50 an apostolate of preaching that would extend to France, Italy, Spain, Belgium, Switzerland, Austria, Germany and a few other countries as well. Travelling with him were as many as 10,000 people, including at least 50 priests. The throngs that gathered to hear him came from many miles around, such that he was forced to preach in the open--no church being large enough to hold all the people.

St. Vincent Ferrer, His Life, Spiritual Teaching, and Practical Devotion, Tr. by T. A. Dixon

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Treatise on the Spiritual Life

Author: St. Vincent Ferrer

Publisher: Ravenio Books

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Category: Religion

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This classic includes the following chapters: 1. On Poverty 2. On Silence 3. On Purity of Heart 4. Perfection Through the Help of a Director 5. On Obedience 6. On Regulating the Body 7. Rules in Regard to Drink 8. Rules to be Observed at Table 9. Persevering in Sobriety and Abstinence 10. Rules of Sleep, Watching, Study, and Choir 11. On Preaching 12. Remedies Against Certain Spiritual Temptations 13. Remedies Against False Revelations 14. Motives to Excite Us to Perfection 15. Elucidation and Application of Motives 16. How to Escape the Devil 17. Dispositions in Regard to Our Neighbor 18. On Perfection 19. Instruction on Various Subjects

Saint Vincent Ferrer, His World and Life

Religion and Society in Late Medieval Europe

Author: Philip Daileader

Publisher: Springer

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Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 282

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The fourteenth and fifteenth centuries were times of tumultuous change in medieval Europe; they witnessed the Black Death, the Great Papal Schism, heightened fears of the apocalypse, and the elimination of Spain's non-Christian population. Few figures were as widely and as intimately involved in late medieval Europe's struggles as Saint Vincent Ferrer. Perhaps the foremost preacher of his day, Ferrer spent the final two decades of his life traversing Europe, preparing the world for its imminent destruction. Saint Vincent Ferrer (d. 1419), His World and Life reassesses the controversial preacher's motives, methods, and impact, tracing Ferrer's journey from obscure logician to angel of the apocalypse, as he came to be known. At the same time, the book offers new insights into the depth and breadth of late medieval apocalyptic anticipation, and into the processes that ultimately led to the expulsions of Spain's Jews and Muslims.

St. Vincent Ferrer, His Life, Spiritual Teaching, and Practical Devotion, Tr. by T.A. Dixon - Scholar's Choice Edition

Author: André Pradel

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Page: 420

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Iconographic Index to New Testament Subjects Represented in Photographs and Slides of Paintings in the Visual Collections, Fine Arts Library, Harvard University

Christian Devotional Paintings of the Italian School

Author: Helene Roberts

Publisher: Routledge

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Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 616

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This vast reference resource will appeal to anyone who wishes to find depictions of New Testament narratives from scholars, to students, to picture researchers.

A History of St. Vincent Ferrer Catholic Church Sun City/Menifee California 1963 - 2017

Author: Marlene Hanson

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Page: 150

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This book starts with the building of a new and small church in a retirement community to the need of a new church in a city of 90,000 people. It highlights the changes of Vatican II and the challenges faced by Pro-Life. It pays tribute to the eight Pastors who guided the community in faith and to some of the many parishioners who dedicated their time and talents for the same purpose.

Simon Magus in Patristic, Medieval And Early Modern Traditions

Author: Alberto Ferreiro

Publisher: BRILL

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Category: History

Page: 371

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This book is an exploration of the post-New Testament figure of Simon Magus spanning the patristic era, Middle Ages, and the early modern period as found in art, vernacular literatures, heresiologies, theological texts, hagiographies and homilies.

Between Christians and Moriscos

Juan de Ribera and Religious Reform in Valencia, 1568–1614

Author: Benjamin Ehlers

Publisher: JHU Press

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Category: History

Page: 241

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In early modern Spain the monarchy's universal policy to convert all of its subjects to Christianity did not end distinctions among ethnic religious groups, but rather made relations between them more contentious. Old Christians, those whose families had always been Christian, defined themselves in opposition to forcibly baptized Muslims (moriscos) and Jews (conversos). Here historian Benjamin Ehlers studies the relations between Christians and moriscos in Valencia by analyzing the ideas and policies of archbishop Juan de Ribera. Juan de Ribera, a young reformer appointed to the diocese of Valencia in 1568, arrived at his new post to find a congregation deeply divided between Christians and moriscos. He gradually overcame the distrust of his Christian parishioners by intertwining Tridentine themes such as the Eucharist with local devotions and holy figures. Over time Ribera came to identify closely with the interests of his Christian flock, and his hagiographers subsequently celebrated him as a Valencian saint. Ribera did not engage in a similarly reciprocal exchange with the moriscos; after failing to effect their true conversion through preaching and parish reform, he devised a covert campaign to persuade the king to banish them. His portrayal of the moriscos as traitors and heretics ultimately justified the Expulsion of 1609–1614, which Ribera considered the triumphant culmination of the Reconquest. Ehler's sophisticated yet accessible study of the pluralist diocese of Valencia is a valuable contribution to the study of Catholic reform, moriscos, Christian-Muslim relations in early modern Spain, and early modern Europe.

From Abyssinian to Zion

A Guide to Manhattan's Houses of Worship

Author: David W. Dunlap

Publisher: Columbia University Press

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Category: Architecture

Page: 400

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From modest chapels to majestic cathedrals, and historic synagogues to modern mosques and Buddhist temples: this photo-filled, pocket-size guidebook presents 1,079 houses of worship in Manhattan and lays to rest the common perception that skyscrapers, bridges, and parks are the only defining moments in the architectural history of New York City. With his exhaustive research of the city's religious buildings, David W. Dunlap has revealed (and at times unearthed) an urban history that reinforces New York as a truly vibrant center of community and cultural diversity. Published in conjunction with a New-York Historical Society exhibition, From Abyssinian to Zion is a sometimes quirky, always intriguing journey of discovery for tourists as well as native New Yorkers. Which popular pizzeria occupies the site of the cradle of the Christian and Missionary Alliance movement, the Gospel Tabernacle? And where can you find the only house of worship in Manhattan built during the reign of Caesar Augustus? Arranged alphabetically, this handy guide chronicles both extant and historical structures and includes 650 original photographs and 250 photographs from rarely seen archives 24 detailed neighborhood maps, pinpointing the location of each building concise listings, with histories of the congregations, descriptions of architecture, and accounts of prominent priests, ministers, rabbis, imams, and leading personalities in many of the congregations

Cultures of Conversions

Author: Jan N. Bremmer

Publisher: Peeters Publishers

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Category: Social Science

Page: 207

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In the terms of Durkheimian sociology, conversion is a fait social. Although they are rarely treated as a cultural phenomenon, conversions can obviously be examined for the norms, values and presuppositions of the cultures in which they take place. Thus conversion can help us to shed light on a particular culture. At the same time, the term evokes a dramatic appeal that suggests a kind of suddenness, although in most cases conversion implies a more gradual process of establishing and defining a new - religious - identity. From 21-24 May, 2003, the University of Groningen hosted an international conference on 'Cultures of Conversion'. The contributions have been edited in two volumes, which pay special attention to the modes of language and idiom in conversion literature, the meaning and sense of religious-ideological discourse, the variety of rhetorical tropes, and the effects of the conversion narrative with allusions to religious or political conventions and idealizations. The present volume offers in-depth studies of conversion that are mainly taken from the history of India, Islam and Judaism, ranging from the Byzantine period to the new Muslimas of the West. The other volume, Paradigms, Poetics and Politics of Conversion, in addition to stimulating case studies, contains theoretical contributions on the theory of conversion, with special attention to the rational choice theory and to the history of research into conversion.

Butler's Lives of the Saints: April

Author: Alban Butler

Publisher: A&C Black

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Category: Christian patron saints

Page: 256

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For more than two centuries, "Butler's" has been one of the best known, most widely consulted hagiographies. In its brief and authoritative entries, readers can find a wealth of knowledge on the lives and deeds of the saints, as well as their ecclesiastical and historical importance since canonization.

The White Stone

The Spiritual Theology of John Henry Newman

Author: Vincent Ferrer Blehl

Publisher: St Bedes Publications

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Category: Religion

Page: 187

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An exploration of the roots of Cardinal Newman's spiritual theology in his own life and reading. Vincent Blehl, the Postulator of Newman's Cause for Canonization, presents a comprehensive synthesis of Newman's spirituality, including the nature of holiness, conversion, sin, the worm as enemy and sacrament, followed by a presentation of Newman's christology. The fullest treatment to date of Newman's theology of prayer.