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The roots of Jesuit librarianship, 1540-1599

Brendan Cyril Connolly

The roots of Jesuit librarianship, 1540-1599

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    Father Andrew White () Father Andrew White was a Roman Catholic priest and member of the Society of Jesus. Priests from the Society of Jesus are also called Jesuits. The Jesuits are Catholic priests who devote their lives to learning and science. They also help people as ministers and as priests. The roots of Boston College lie in the life and teachings of Jesus Christ, the 2,year Catholic intellectual tradition, and the faith experience of St. Ignatius Loyola, who founded the Society of Jesus in A Basque courtier and soldier, Inigo de Loyola was gravely wounded during the . Jesuit and feminist education: intersections in teaching and learning for the twenty-first century / "This book explores how the principles and practices of Ignatian pedagogy overlap and intersect with contemporary feminist theory in order to gain deeper insight into the complexities of today's multicultural educational contexts. This required freshman first semester course is an introductory study of St. Ignatius of Loyola, The Jesuits, and U of D Jesuit. Students will explore the impact the Jesuit order has had on Christian spirituality, world history, the arts, science, and education. Students will also learn to implement the Jesuit “way of proceeding,” a process of critical thinking that seeks God in all things.

    The Jesuit college that Carroll’s imagination framed so long ago still stands as a living tradition of which every Georgetown student is a part. Every student shares in the responsibility for keeping this heritage alive. Georgetown University is not “Jesuit” merely because Jesuits live and work here.

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The roots of Jesuit librarianship, A dissertation submitted to the faculty of the graduate library school in candidacy for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. [Brendan Cyril Connolly]. Jesuits and Their Books. in uence the study of Jesuit books and libraries.

In the previous twenty- ve “The Roots of Jesuit Librarianship: –” (PhD diss. Even though the book is clearly a synopsis of the order’s history, O’Malley provides a valuable section following the epilogue for further reading targeting those who wish to study the subject more closely and in depth.

This book would be a good choice for readers seeking to gain a cursory understanding of the Jesuits. (The Christian Century)/5(50). In recent years scholars in a range of disciplines have begun to re-evaluate the history of the Society of Jesus.

Approaching the subject with new questions and methods, they have reconsidered the importance of the Society in many sectors, including those related to the sciences and the arts.

They have also looked at the Jesuits as emblematic of certain traits of early modern Europeans 5/5(2). The Paperback of the The Jesuits: Cultures, Sciences, and the Arts, by John W.

O'Malley at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to Pages:   In recent years scholars in a range of disciplines have begun to re-evaluate the history of the Society of Jesus. Approaching the subject with new questions and methods, they have reconsidered the importance of the Society in many sectors, including those related to the sciences and the arts.

They have also looked at the Jesuits as emblematic of certain traits of early modern Europeans. Society of Jesus, religious order of the Roman Catholic Church. Its members are called Jesuits. Ignatius of Loyola, its founder, named it Compañia de Jesús [Span.,=(military) company of Jesus]; in Latin it is Societas Jesu (abbr.

S.J.). Today the society numbers ab members; in the United States, where there were approximately 2, Jesuits inthere are many Jesuit schools. An important and core addition to academic library Art History and Jesuit Studies reference collections, The Jesuits and the Arts: is an impressive compendium of erudite scholarship that is as accessible to the non-specialist general reader with an interest in art history, as it is of seminal value to students of Jesuit history and.

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“The Roots of Jesuit Librarianship: –” (PhD diss Author: Kathleen M. Comerford. Ignatius set all of this down in the book of the Spiritual Exercises as a handbook to help the guide who coached a person engaged in "making the Exercises.” Related term: spiritual exercises (small s and e) Any of a variety of methods or activities for opening oneself to God's spirit and allowing one's whole being, not just the mind, to be Location: 12th Avenue, Seattle,WA.

Based on manuscripts from the once inaccessible former Jesuit library of Zikawei in Shanghai, this book breaks new ground in focusing on the generation that followed Matteo Ricci and other luminaries of the early China mission.3/5. Thomas Campbell, a provincial of the Province of New York and president of what became Fordham University, writes a narrative of the history of the Society, from its roots in the 16th century to the book’s publication in the early 20th.

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The books in our lives often bear traces of their ownership and use. So, too, do the books that we borrow from the library. Ignatius College Main Library Room c.

The goal of the Jesuit Libraries Provenance Project is to uncover the history of the acquisition and use of Loyola’s original library books.

Secrets the Jesuits don't want Christians to know Out of Europe, a voice is heard from the secular world that documents historically the same information. Jesuit Geometers: A Study of Fifty-Six Prominent Jesuit Geometers During the First Two Centuries of Jesuit History (Series IV of the Institute of Jesuit Sources--Studies in Jesuit topics) by Joseph MacDonnell (1 times) Jesuit Saturdays: Sharing the Ignatian Spirit With Lay Colleagues and Friends by William J.

Byron (1 times). This collection has its roots in the second biennial Early Modern British and Irish Catholicism conference, jointly organized by Durham University and the University of Notre Dame. “Extravagant” English Books at the Library of El Escorial and Jesuit Agency.

Jesuit News Networks and Catholic Identity: The Letters of John Thorpe to. Jesuit Online Bibliography. The Jesuit Online Bibliography is organized by the three founding institutions — the Archivum Romanum Societatis Iesu, the Jesuitica Project at KU Leuven, and the Institute for Advanced Jesuit Studies at Boston College.

The project's records are aggregated into the Portal to Jesuit. The history of Mexico in the twentieth century is marked by conflict between church and state.

This book focuses on the efforts of the Roman Catholic Church to influence Mexican society through Jesuit-led organizations such as the Mexican Catholic Youth Association, the National Catholic Student Union, and the Universidad Iberoamericana.

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