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Peter Canisius (another Copy)

Just recently, after I sold a copy of this wonderful book, I purchased another copy , this new copie has some nice features which make it a great copy , it has less browning that the previous copy  and it... Continue Reading →

Some how or another, it has turned out that S. Igantius' Spiritual Exercises has played a cornerstone in my intellectual /Spiritual development. In a way It is the first 'mystical' text I read (or for that matter had easy access to).... Continue Reading →

A rational, compendious way to convince

John Keynes was one of the intended victims of Titus Oates'  Popish Plot 335G  Keynes, John.     1625-1697 A rational, compendious way to convince,  without any dispute, all persons whatsoever, dissenting from the true religion. By J.K London : s.n.], Printed... Continue Reading →

‘ERESIE’ I choose with my own human reason…

The guilt of heresy is measured not so much by its subject-matter as by its formal principle, which is the same in all heresies: revolt against a Divinely constituted authority. Heresiology "Why Is Contemporary Scholarship So Enamored of Ancient Heretics?"... Continue Reading →

A voyage to the East-Indies.

"All mankind have a certain Natural propensity to Curiosity, but Young people have commonly a greater Inclination to satisfy their own Fancies,taken up for the most part with Novelties, than those who are arrived to a ripe Age, For my... Continue Reading →

Praxis Exercitiorum Spiritualium P.S.N. Ignatti.

In my quest for books which are obviously examples and invitations into the Permutatio, I'm searching my bookshelves for ideas and I found one, a  book with images which are in contrast with any known reality. It is a guide for... Continue Reading →

some English Catholic Histories

By way of a few forceable legislative acts made between 1633 and 1634 the Catholic Church in England and Wales,  was abolished by  King Henry VIII . Under the Reign of Henry's daughter Mary 1553-1558, Catholicism was reinstated and supported... Continue Reading →

Corpus juris canonici, a 1661 Edition.

After the last linked post, I decided to to put this one on, it is a venerable and useable copy which would be a great place to start your Law book collection! 179g    Lancelotti, Giovanni Paolo.    1511-1591       Corpus juris canonici emendatum et notis... Continue Reading →

The truth about Templars!! Chronicon militaris ordinis equitum Templariorum

Every once in a while, I buy and sell a book printed after 1700. This Templar Chronicle is one of them. This book gives not just a chronology but also exact copies of the Papal Bulls, and ordinances of the... Continue Reading →

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