Fb2 The French Oratorians and Absolutism, 1611 - 1641 (American University Studies) ePub
by Charles E. Williams
|Category:||History and Criticism|
|Author:||Charles E. Williams|
|Publisher:||Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers (November 1, 1988)|
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The Oratorian college in Vendôme, to which the author Balzac was sent at the age of. .New York: Fordham University Press, 1994, p. 205.
The Oratorian college in Vendôme, to which the author Balzac was sent at the age of eight. Like the Jesuits and Capuchins, members of the French Oratory conducted parish missions. The French Oratory became very important in the area of spiritual direction, as the Fathers of the congregation were confessors of influential people, for example Charles de Condren, confessor to Prince Gaston of France, King Louis' brother, and were protected by the royal court, especially Queen Marie de Medici.
Charles E. Williams, The French Oratorians and Absolutism, 1611–1641 (New York: Peter Lang, 1989), 53–74. 67. See María de San José, Escritos espirituales, ed.
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The French Oratorians and Absolutism, 1611 - 1641
The French Oratorians and Absolutism, 1611 - 1641. Series: American University Studies. This study is concerned with the evolving spirituality of the Congregation of the Oratory of Jesus under Pierre de Bérulle and Charles de Condren in relation to the social and political environment of seventeenth-century France. The mentalité of the Congregation is shown to be principally that of sections of the clergy, robe nobility, officiers, bourgeois, and professionals, in opposition to the Jesuits and the emerging absolutist state.
Williams, Charles . The French Oratorians and Absolutism, 1611-1641 (New York: Lang, 1989), p. 7. Ingold, Augustin. French Congregation of the Oratory. 71. Donnelly . The Catholic Encyclopedia Vol. 11. New York: Robert Appleton Company, 1911.
Williams, Charles E. The French Oratorians and Absolutism, 1611–1641.
Thompson, William M. "The Christic Universe of Pierre de Bérulle and the French School. Wagley, S. The Oratory of France, 1629–1672: A Social History. Williams, Charles E. Dominique Deslandres.