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Rights in God's Church

By: Rosmini, Antonio

Price: $8.00

Publisher: Durham, Scotland, Romini House.: 1995

Seller ID: 26035

ISBN: 1899093109

Condition: Very Good+


8vo - 21.5 x 13.5 cm.; 176 pp. Volume 4 in series called The Philosophy of Right. Translated by Denis Cleary and Terence Watson. Footnotes, indices. Antonio Rosmini Serbati (1797-1855) was an Italian priest and philospher, founder of the Institute of Charity, the Rosminians. A Thomist, his works created controversy in the Roman Catholic Church. He is now full accepted by the Church and has been beatified by Benedict XVI. A clean, sturdy copy. View more info

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Counsels to Religious Superiors.

By: Rosmini, Antonio. (edited and translated by Claude R. Leetham, IC).

Price: $9.00

Publisher: London, UK., Burns & Oates.: 1961

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 33444

Condition: Good in Good dust jacket


8vo - 21.5 x 14 cm.; vii - 177 pp. Dark blue cloth over boards with gilt lettering on the spine. Rosmini was the founder of the Institute of Charity and a leader of the Catholic revival in nineteenth century Europe. This book contains a selection from Rosmini's correspondence, specifically those letters addressed to religious superiors. A 2 page appendix, "Sources of the Letters" and a 2 page index "Recipients of letters". The library markings are a stamp on the front free end paper and a pocket on the back free end paper. The book is otherwise clean with a sound binding and ha... View more info

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Opuscoli Morali: Dottrina del Peccato Originale, I.

By: Rosmini, Antonio. (Rosmini-Serbati).

Price: $16.00

Publisher: Padova, Edizione Cedam: 1965

Seller ID: 15225

Condition: Very Good


8vo - 24 x 16.5 cm.; lii, 251, (8) pp. Text is in Italian. Opere Edite e Inedite di Antonio Rosmini-Serbati, Vol. XXXI. Editi ed inediti a cura di R. Bessero Belti. Extensive introduction, footnotes. Volume I only. A soft cover book bound into permabound-like boards. Library markings consist of a spine sticker, library stamp, remnants of a card pocket on back endpaper; binding tight, text pages clean.; Ex-Library View more info