Citations bibliques expliquées : 150 citations pour by Christine Pellistrandi

By Christine Pellistrandi

Obtainable, précis et complet, ce livre suggest one hundred fifty citations extraites de l. a. Bible. Du top-rated au dernier livre, elles vous permettront de savourer l. a. sagesse d'un texte qui aborde tous les sujets de l. a. vie quotidienne. Pour chacune, vous trouverez : le contexte de sa rédaction ; ses différentes interprétations ; l'actualité de son message.

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But the Company pursued none the less her projects and was training English priests at Valladolid, Seville, Madrid and Lisbon, while her secret propaganda continued in England under the direction of Father Garnett. After the Gunpowder Plot against James I, successor of Elizabeth, this Father Garnett was condemned for complicity and hanged, like Father Campion. Under Charles I, then in Cromwell's Commonwealth, other Jesuits paid for their intrigues with their lives. The Order thought it would triumph under Charles II who, together with Louis XIV, had concluded a secret treaty at Dover, pledging to restore Catholicism in the land.

One day, he bitterly exclaimed that the morals of the Turks were far superior to those of the Jesuits, in practice at least. "Not only do they want to dominate consciences, but also to have the right of life and death over men". "Austria and Bavaria reaped the fruits of Jesuit domination in full: the compression of all progressive tendencies and the systematic stultification of the people". , II, pp. 104-105. (21) J. 183-186. 38 Section II Chapter 3 Switzerland It was only during the 17th century that the Jesuits succeeded in establishing themselves successfully in Switzerland, after having been called, then banished, by a few cities of the Confederation, during the second half of the 16th century.

The flourishing culture found amongst the nobles and middle classes, the rich national literature which could not be replaced: all this had been destroyed, and even nationality had been abolished. Bohemia was (17) and (18) H. 117, 120. (19) J. , pp. 180-183. GERMANY 37 open to the Jesuits' activities and they burned Czech literature en-masse; under their influence, even the name of the nation's great saint: John Huss, gradually grew dimmer until it was extinct in the hearts of the people... (20) But they obtained from their student Leopold the First, then reigning emperor, the promise to persecute the Protestants in his own lands, and especially in Hungary.

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