Salesian Insights.

By: Marceau CSB., William C. (editor)

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8vo - 21.5 x 13.5 cm.; viii - 168 pp. A collection of eleven papers delivered between 1990 and 1992 as part of the Patristic, Medieval and Renaissance Conferences held at Villanova University and sponsored by the Augustinian Historical Institute. Contents are: 1 - "Paradisal Imagery and Patristic Typology in St. Francis de Sales' Introduction to the Devout Life" by Joseph Chorpenning, 2 - "Jane de Chantal and the Martyrdom of Love: An Exploration of a Theme" by Wendy Wright, 3 - "Eucharistic Doctrine in the XVIIth Century: Theodore Beza and St. Francis de Sales", 4 - "The Role of Love in Critical Thinking: A Salesian Perspective" by Alexander Pocetto, 5 - "Francis de Sales and the Canticle of Canticles" by Thomas Dailey, 6 - "Salesian Images of Divine Immanence" by Roberta Stringham Brown, 7 - "Fenelon: Epigone of Francis de Sales?" by William Marceau, 8 - "George Herbert and St. Francis de Sales" by Brian Connolly, 9 - "The Sermons of St. Francis de Sales" by Helen Bordes, 10 - 'The Incarnation and St. Francis de Sales" by William Marceau, 11 - "Francis de Sales and Women's Congregations" by Jean-Marie Lemaire. Library pocket on the inside of the back cover and library stamps on the first page and the inside of the back cover. No external markings. Signed by the editor on the first page.; Ex-Library; Signed by Editor

Title: Salesian Insights.

Author Name: Marceau CSB., William C. (editor)

Categories: Catholic - Theology,

Publisher: Bangalore, India., S. F. S. Publications.: 1999

ISBN Number: 818537659X

ISBN Number 13: 9788185376592

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Very Good+

Seller ID: 21186

Keywords: Catholic; Francis de Sales; Jane de Chantal; Patristics; Renaissance; Medieval; Joseph Chorpenning; Wendy Wright; William Marceau; Alexander Pocetto; Thomas Dailey; Roberta Stringham-Brown; Brian Connolly; Helen Bordes; Jean-Marie Lemaire; Incarnation; George Herbert; Fenelon; Theodore Beza;