Bérulle and the French School Pdf

Bérulle and the French School

Number of page: 360
Author: Pierre de Bérulle
Publisher: Paulist Press
ISBN: 9780809130801
Category: Religion

This work provides an introduction to the history and major themes of the 17th-century French School of Spirituality and its contemporary relevance. Included are works of Pierre de Berulle (1575-1629), Madeleine de Saint-Joseph, Jean-Jacques Olier and John Eudes.

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