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life of Father de Ravignan, of the Society of Jesus

A. de Ponlevoy

life of Father de Ravignan, of the Society of Jesus

by A. de Ponlevoy

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Published by Catholic Pub. Society in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ravignan, Gustav François Xavier de Lacroix de, -- 1795-1858.

  • Edition Notes

    Translation of Vie du R. P. Xavier de Ravignan.

    Statementby Father de Ponlevoy.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 693 p. ;
    Number of Pages693
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16547051M

    On the Notre Dame conferences de Ravignan's oratorical fame mainly rests ["Conférences du R, P. de Ravignan de la Compagnie de Jésus" (Paris, , 4 vols., 5th ed., Paris, ); "Conferences of Revd. Fr. de Ravignan" (Lent of ), tr. Fetherston (London, ), cf. also, "The Catholic Pulpit" (London, )]. The subjects treated were the endless conflict of truth and error, God, man. The life of Fenelon, archbishop of Cambray. To which are added, the Lives of St. Vincent of Paul, and Henri-Marie de Boudon: A letter on antient and modern music: and historical minutes of the society of Jesus. (London, John Murray, ), by Charles Butler (page images at HathiTrust) Menology of the Society of Jesus.

    Father Tom Steinbugler SJ The P. Tom was born on Decem , entered the Society on J and was ordained a priest on J Upon graduating from Regis High School in , Tom entered the New York Province of the Society of Jesus and was sent to the Philippines in , where he was assigned as a school attendant at Ateneo University of Manila.   Maynard — The Studies and Teachings of the Society of Jesus. Daniel — Les Jésuites instituteurs. Weld — Suppression of the Society of Jesus in Portugal. De Ravignan — De l'existence et de l'institut des Jésuites. De Ravignan — Clément XIII et Clément XIV. Theiner — Geschichte des Pontifikats Klemens XIV.

    STATUS: According to the book "God The Father Of All Mankind": 1) After a 10 year investigation and convening a Commission of Inquiry in , Bishop Alexander Caillot of Grenoble, France, stated, "that a humble nun has called souls to true devotion to the Father, such as Jesus taught and the Church has enshrined in its liturgy.". In a late publication a member of the society has actually attempted to vindicate it. See De l’Existence et de l’Institute des Jesuites. Par le R, P. de Ravignan, de la Compagnie de Jesus. Paris, Page 6 Pascal. Provincial Letters, p. 70; Edin., 7 The Provincial Letters. Letter 8, p. 96; Edin.,


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Get this from a library. The life of Father de Ravignan, of the Society of Jesus. [A de Ponlevoy]. THE LIFE OF FATHER DE RAVIGNAN.* THE Roman who happened. to be the keeper of the prison at Philippi during a rather memorable visit which St.

Paul paid to the city, became of the Society of Jesus book convert to the Apostle's teaching ; but by a curious kind of canonization, the question touching his own per- sonal safety, which the functionary aforesaid, while still a.

Gustave François Xavier Delacroix de Ravignan (2 DecemberBayonne, France – 26 FebruaryParis, France) was a French Jesuit preacher and author. Educated in Paris, he resigned his army commission to study law.

Auditor of the royal court. Deputy attorney-general by Entering a Sulpician monastery, and later joining the Society of Jesus, he was ordained inand after Authority control: BNE: XX, BNF:. In France he meets among others Father Xavier de Ravignan. His conversations with Ravignan led him to join the Catholic Church came from Russian Orthodoxy, and following the example of his friend Ivan Gagarin, in requesting admission in the Society of Jesus (18 September ).

residence in the rue de sevres. revolution of — m. de chateaubriand on his deathbed retracts parts of his writings — f. de ravignan recovers his health at blfevre — the general of the society visits paris — f. de ravignan superior of the house in the rue de sevres, chapter xv.

miscellaneous discourses. RAVIGNAN, GUSTAVE FRANÇOIS XAVIER DE Jesuit, popular pulpit orator and preacher of conferences and retreats; b. Bayonne, Dec. 1, ; d. Paris, Feb. 26, After an early and distinguished career in law, during which he rose to the rank of deputy attorney general at the Royal Court, Ravignan caused a sensation by retiring to the Sulpician seminary at Issy in May He first preached at St.

Thomas d'Aquin inand in preached Lenten sermons at Saint-Germain-des-Pres, and those of Advent at Saint-Sulpice. It was then that Mgr. Sibour named him to succeed the Dominican, Father Lacordaire, and the Jesuit, Father de Ravignan in the pulpit of Notre-Dame ( to ).

He became one of its brilliant. Back of the Book. Written more than years ago, this record of father Ippolito Desideri’s stay in Tibet extending over a period of fiver years provides the first accurate gen. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip.

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French Jesuit, orator, and author, b. at Bayonne (Basses-Pyrénées), 1 Dec. ; d. at Paris, 26 Feb., Sent quite young to Paris, he studied in private boarding-schools, and for some time attended lectures at the Lycée first thought of entering the diplomatic service but decided in for the Napoleon's return from Elba, de Ravignon joined the Duc d'Angoulême's.

He first preached at St. Thomas d’Aquin inand in preached Lenten sermons at Saint-Germain-des-Pres, and those of Advent at Saint-Sulpice. It was then that Msgr. Sibour named him to succeed the Dominican, Father Lacordaire, and the Jesuit, Father de Ravignan in the pulpit of Notre-Dame ( to ).

Soon after, he won a scholarship at University College, and took a degree in He received Anglican ordination, became vicar of Withyam, and in of St.

Margaret's Leicester. In he was received into the Church in Paris by Father de Ravignan. Translation of De l'existence et de l'institut des Jésuites. Description: pages ; 15 cm: Other Titles: De l'existence et de l'institut des Jésuites. Responsibility: by Father de Ravignan ; carefully translated from the 4th ed.

of the French, by Charles Seager ; with a short notice of M. Cretineau-Joly's New history of the Company of Jesus. number, Father De Ravignan, attained to great prominence as Preacher at Notre Dame. If one is looking for the main source of this attack on the Society during these years, we need only mention the Liberal Party—a strange coalition of elements who seemed united only on one question, namely attacking the Church and Religion.

In a late publication a member of the society has actually attempted to vindicate it. See De l'Existence et de l'Institute des Jesuites. Par le R, P. de Ravignan, de la Compagnie de Jesus.

Paris, Page He first preached at St. Thomas d’Aquin inand in preached Lenten sermons at Saint-Germain-des-Pres, and those of Advent at Saint-Sulpice. It was then that Mgr. Sibour named him to succeed the Dominican, Father Lacordaire, and the Jesuit, Father de Ravignan in the pulpit of Notre-Dame ( to ).

The present volume belongs to the third class, as a modern theological appraisal of the Spiritual Exercises intended to facilitate their use in giving retreats, and to give retreatants, whether priests, religious or the laity, a deeper insight into the treasures of the Exercises in order to make them more profitable.

Also, retreats already made will take on a new and more incisive meaning. Ravignan, GUSTAVE XAVIER LACROIX DE, French Jesuit, pulpit orator, and author, b. at Bayonne (Basses-Pyrenees), December 1, ; d. at Paris, Febru Sent quite young to Paris, he studied in private boarding-schools, and for some time attended lectures at the Lycee first thought of entering the diplomatic service but decided in for the law.

Father Jose Coronas y Voera was born in Barcelona, Spain, on January 8,and entered the Society of Jesus on Septem After completing his preliminary studies, he sailed for Manila and arrived.

on Aug. Life. He was the son of Madame Sophie Swetchine, and was on terms of familiar intercourse with Father de Ravignan, Lacordaire's successor in the pulpit of Notre-Dame de Paris.

In the latter half of he entered the Society of Jesus, and passed his novitiate at Saint-Acheul. He was afterwards sent to Brugelette (in Belgium) where the.The Suppression of the Jesuits () From the Catholic Encyclopedia.

The Suppression is the most difficult part of the history of the Society. Having enjoyed very high favor among Catholic peoples, kings, prelates, and popes for two centuries and a half centuries, it suddenly becomes an object of frenzied hostility, is overwhelmed with obloquy, and overthrown with dramatic rapidity.Society of Jesus, History of the ( ) † Catholic Encyclopedia The Jesuits After the Restoration ( ) Pius VII had resolved to restore the Society during his captivity in France; and after his return to Rome he did so.