This edited volume undertakes a search for new ways of making Catholic theological ethics relevant.
This edited volume presents a Catholic view of the Promised Land—as concept, history, and contested terrain—in Catholic teaching and doctrine.
Exploring Jesuit Distinctiveness: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Ways of Proceeding within the Society of Jesus
This volume presents twelve essays from the First International Symposium on Jesuit Studies, on the theme of the distinctiveness of Jesuits and their ministries.z
This book covers the forty-one years between the Society of Jesus’s papal suppression in 1773 and its eventual restoration in 1814. Please note that although this book is free to read and redistribute, it is not licensed for editing or remixing.
This volume of 12 essays includes papers from scholars of history, linguistics, religion, art, architecture, music, medicine and science. Please note that although this book is free to read and redistribute, it is not licensed for editing or remixing.
Jesuits in Spanish America before the Suppression : Organization and Demographic and Quantitative Perspectives
This book covers the period from the role members of the Society of Jesus played in urban life in Spanish American and as administrators of frontier missions, from the late sixteenth century until their expulsion in 1767. Please note that although this book is free to read and redistribute, it is not licensed for editing or remixing.
This is the first significant scholarly work on the Sacro Monte di Orta in English. It includes a catalogue of artists, over one hundred photographs, maps, short essays on each chapel, and longer essays that examine some of the most significant chapels in greater detail.
This study analyzes the ways in which a variety of cultural manifestations were the necessary preconditions for (religious) policy and power in the Rome of Urban VIII (1623-1644).