The English Jesuits from Campion to Martindale

  • 477 Pages
  • 3.59 MB
  • English
Burns & Oates , London
Jesuits -- England -- His
Statementwith a preface by Terence Corrigan.
LC ClassificationsBX3716 .B32
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 477 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5651666M
ISBN 100223783064
LC Control Number68091212

By the English Jesuits had opened nine schools for boys, thirty large city parishes and missions in Latin America and Central and South Africa. The war ended the era of expansion but, between the wars the schools, parishes and other work were consolidated, while Heythrop College and the new Campion Hall in Oxford were established.

By the English Jesuits had opened nine schools for boys, thirty large city parishes and missions in Latin America and Central and South Africa. The war ended the era of expansion but, between the wars the schools, parishes and other work were consolidated, while Heythrop College and the new Campion Hall in Oxford were by: 8.

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HISTORY The success of Reckoned Expense, which is an unusual contribution to Tudor history, comes from its presentation of some very recent, and also some very specialised, research on Catholicism in the British Isles during the reigns of Mary I and Elizabeth I, which, refreshingly, moves away from a completely Anglocentric approach Price: $   Very quickly the image of the English Jesuits changed from one of agents of intrigue to participants in, and contributors to, an intellectual, cultural and spiritual renaissance centred on Campion.

The English Jesuits from Campion to Martindale Despite the rigorous and continued persecution of the Catholic Faith in England after the Reformation, the teaching and practices of the Church were deeply rooted in the history and hearts of the English people, and many remained loyal to it.

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Mccoog. Full text of "Jesuit Educational Quarterly (Chicago Province) The Vision of Paul Tillich, Sheed and Ward Bernard Basset The English Jesuits: From Campion to Martindale, Herder and Herder Augustin Cardinal Bea The Way to Unity After the Council, Herder and Herder Peace Among Christians (in collaboration with W.

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Visser't. THE ENGLISH JESUITS, From Campion to Martindale. By Bernard Basset. London: Burns & Oates. 63s. FEW provinces of the Society of Jesus have produced so many colourful personalities or endured so much public obloquy as the English province.

A general history of its members was long over-due. The only surprising thing, therefore, about the. The English Jesuits from Campion to Martindale. Bernard Basset. Out of Stock. John Floyd is an English Jesuit priest, militant defender of the faith, and Counter-Reformation author, also known under the pseudonyms Daniel ả Jesu, I.

R., A.C., Fidelis Annosus, and Hermannus Loemelius. Although nothing is known of his parentage, Floyd was the brother of Henry Floyd, also a Jesuit priest. The word “Jesuitical”, typically used in a pejorative sense, aptly applies to the vision of the Jesuits portrayed in Alice Hogge’s God’s Secret ing on which side you are viewing it from, the Jesuits come across as heroes or villains.

In nearly every important city the Jesuits established schools and colleges, and for years they were leaders in European education. One of their boldest efforts was the English mission ofdistinguished by Saint Edmund Campion. Another celebrated English Jesuit was Robert Southwell. Missions in Asia and the Americas.

In the calendar of the English Church, St Edmund Campion is remembered on 4th May along with all the men and women martyred for the Catholic faith in England between and The Life of St Edmund Campion SJ: Edmund Campion was born inthe son of a bookseller in Paternoster row, just behind St Paul's Cathedral in London.

Through an exhaustive study of the many facets of the Jesuit mission to England between andthis book provides a fascinating insight not only into Catholic efforts to bring England back into the Roman Church, but also the simmering tensions, and disagreements on how this should be achieved, as well as debates concerning the very nature and structure of English Catholicism.

53 Here it is appropriate to note the work of Gerard J. Hughes S.J. who taught in the Department of Philosophy at Heythrop for almost 30 years, before taking up the Mastership of Campion Hall, Oxford. Of particular relevance are Authority in Morals: An Essay in Christian Ethics first published in in Heythrop Monographs and thereafter by Sheed & Ward, and by Georgetown University Press.

Introduction Hannah Thomas Part 1 Rediscovering the English Mission 1. “To wyn yow to heaven”: Edmund Campion’s Winning Words Gerard Kilroy 2. Edmund Campion’s Prague Homilies: The Concionale ex concionibus a R. Edmundo Campiano Clarinda Calma 3. The Most Catholic King and the “Hispanized Camelion”: Philip II and Robert Persons Victor Houliston Part 2 The Jesuits and English.

Saint Edmund Campion, S.J., ( – ) was an English Catholic Jesuit priest and martyr.

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While conducting an underground ministry to the persecuted Catholics of Elizabethan England, Campion was arrested by priest hunters. Convicted of high treason, he was hanged, drawn and quartered at Tyburn.

Search the catalogue for collection items held by the National Library of Australia. Campion and Parsons: the Jesuit mission of / E.E. Reynolds Sheed and Ward London The English Jesuits from Campion to Martindale; with a preface by Terence Corrigan.

Father D’Arcy, the master of Campion Hall (the Jesuit college at Oxford University) and a future superior of the English Province of the Jesuits, shows up everywhere in Waugh’s correspondence.

Bernard Bassett, The English Jesuits from Campion to Martindale (London: Burnes & Oates, ); Francis Edwards, The Jesuits in England from to the Present Day (Tunbridge Wells: Burns & Oates, ).

^ Back to text 8. Peter L’Estrange, “The Nineteenth Century British Jesuits, with Special Reference to Their Relations with the Vicars Author: von Arx, P Jeffrey. Introduction: English Mission to English Province 1.

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The Jesuit mission to England was launched from Rome in Apriland by July of the same year, Edmund Campion (–81) and Robert Persons (–) had left Calais, landed on England’s coastline and begun their missionary work to the hidden Catholic community.

2 The men arrived separately to avoid detection: Persons on June IGNATIAN BOOK SERVICE Advanced Search. You have 0 items in for most countries. We regret that book orders are not currently being processed because the office is closed. We will resume all orders as soon as we can. Publisher: Gracewing.

Bernard Basset SJ, The English Jesuits from Campion to Martindale, abridged and edited by Rodger. Bernard Basset, The English Jesuits From Campion to Martindale (New York, ), p. writes: ‘Of the men and women executed as Catholics under Queen Elizabeth, eleven at most could be classed as Jesuits.

Of these only Campion, Walpole and Southwell were Jesuit trained. On Fr William Holt’s reckoning insix hundred priests had been sent into England in thirty-eight by: 4. Edmund Campion was not a sure thing as a saint, because he did not follow an easy and assured route.

Edmund Campion is an excellent example of a Jesuit. The Society of Jesus, founded by Ignatius of Loyola and Francis Xavier, is known throughout history for its commitment to learning, and the sharing of knowledge, as a path leading to Christ/5(37).

MARTINDALE, CYRIL CHARLES Jesuit scholar, writer, and preacher; b. London, ; d. Ma The son of Sir Arthur Martindale, a civil servant who spent most of his active life in India and Ceylon, Cyril was educated at Harrow School.

He was received into the Catholic Church by the Jesuit fathers at Bournemouth and soon afterward entered the English Jesuit novitiate. Jesuit. They were in some measure nurtured on Locke; life, liberty, and property; and the whole Whig tradition.

Bernard Basset in his study, The English Jesuits From Campion to Martindale, relates how the Jesuits resisted the authority of the Crown in the days of Elizabeth I: Campion Author: David H.

Burton.Francis Parkman's Roman Experience () The English Jesuits from Campion to Martindale. London: Burn &Oates, bi-weekly periodical publication (Rome) (this is the collective title Author: Luca Codignola. One of the Jesuits in Britain Archive’s most recently completed cataloguing projects is the collection of personal papers of one of the Society’s most prolific writers: Fr Cyril Martindale SJ ().

Among his personal papers are over articles, sermons, items from his childhood, study notes and drawings, diary extracts, and almost 8 archival boxes full of personal correspondence.