2 edition of Saint Peter Canisius, S. J., 1521-1597 found in the catalog.
Saint Peter Canisius, S. J., 1521-1597
|Statement||by J. Brodrick, S. J.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 859 p.|
|Number of Pages||859|
It was he who drew Canisius into the Saint Peter Canisius of the loyal Catholic party of Cologne, which Saint Peter Canisius been formed in opposition to the archbishop, Hermann von Wied, who had secretly gone over to the Lutherans. In he was elected rector of the universityand in was sent by Ignatius to the new college in Vienna ; there he also taught theology in the universitypreached at the Cathedral of St. These studies followed close upon the days when Luther had burnt the papal bulls at Wittenberg, Germany. He is venerated in the Catholic Church as a saint and as a Doctor of the Church.
The restoration of S. J. Catholic Church in Germany after the Protestant Reformation is largely attributed to the work there of the Society of Jesus, which he led. Soon after his death reports spread of the miraculous help obtained by invoking his name. In he taught rhetoric at MessinaSicilypreaching in Italian and Latin. The canton had not been left uninfluenced by the Protestant movement. In most of these pictures Canisius is represented with his catechism and other books, or surrounded by children whom he is instructing.
Legacy In recognition of Canisius' early work in the establishment of Jesuit education, there are multiple educational institutions named for him. His last six years Saint Peter Canisius spent in 1521-1597 book endurance and long hours of prayer in the college of Fribourg, now that broken health had made further active work impossible. He wrote both for the learned and for the common man. In the liturgical reform ofit was moved to 21 December, the anniversary of his death, the normal day for celebrating a saint's entry into heaven although it is still kept by the Society of Jesus on 27 April. Jesus is nearly here. In Julius III appointed him administrator of the bishopric for one year, but Canisius succeeded in ridding himself of this burden cf.
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It seemed impossible to exhaust him: 'If you have too much to do, with God's help you will find time to do it all,' he said, when someone accused him of overworking himself. In he attended the council of Saint Peter Canisius as procurator 1521-1597 book the bishop of Saint Peter Canisius, where he became still further imbued with the spirit of the Catholic Counter-Reformation.
Confessions and Testamentum; the Beatification Acts some printed as manuscripts in only a few copies, the others unprinted ; Mon. At Nimwegen he searched the libraries of his friends, and burned all heretical books.
He also kept in touch with the chief Catholic printers of his time — Plantin of AntwerpCholin of Cologne, and Mayer of Dillingen — and had foreign works of importance reprinted in Germany S. J., for example, the works of AndradaFontidonio, and Villalpando 1521-1597 book defence of the Council of Trent.
He did, however, serve as administrator of the 1521-1597 book of Vienna for one year, until a new bishop was appointed for it. As a superior he cared with parental love for the necessities of his subordinates. He supervised the founding and maintenance of the first German-speaking Jesuit colleges, often with little resources at hand.
Canisius also exerted a strong influence on the Emperor Ferdinand I; he ceaselessly reminded Ferdinand of the imminent danger to his soul should he concede more rights to Protestants in return for their military support. The Catholics who desired to depose him needed a deputy to the emperor to present their request, and Saint Peter was chosen.
You told me to drink from this fountain, inviting me, that is, to draw the waters of my salvation from your wellsprings, my Savior.
Cologne, ; in Johannes Hasius, S. Mariology of Canisius Canisius taught that, while there are many roads leading to Jesus Christ, for him the veneration of the Blessed Virgin Mary is the best.
The catechism of Canisius is remarkable for its ecclesiastically correct teachings, its clear, positive sentences, its mild and dignified form.
Beato, ersten Prediger in Schweitzerland. In the Catholic clergy had been banished from Augsburg by the city council; but after the preaching of Canisius public processions were held, monasteries gained novicespeople crowded to the jubilee indulgencepilgrimages were revived, and frequent Communion again became the rule.
A celebrated theologian of the present day called this work a classic defence of the whole Catholic doctrine about the Blessed Virgin Scheeben"Dogmatik", III, ; in he published under the name of Petrus Nouiomagus "Des erleuchten D.
Die erste von. Recalled to Rome in to make his final profession, he was entrusted with what was to become his life's work: the mission to Germany. In he returned to Augsburg and preached Lenten sermons in the Church of St. Being very concerned with protecting the faith and morals of youth, St.
Bonifaceand he is therefore called the second Apostle of Germany. His preaching also had great influence; in the clergy of the cathedral of Augsburg testified that by his sermons nine hundred persons had been brought back to the Churchand in May,it was reported the Easter communicants numbered one thousand more than in former years.
Against the influence of evil spirits he recommended the means of defence which had been in use in the Church during the first centuries—lively faithprayerecclesiastical benedictions, and acts of penance.
He has been blamed unjustly for communicating to his general and to the pope's representatives some of Ferdinand's 1521-1597 book, which otherwise might have ended contrary to the intention of all concerned in the dissolution of the council and in a S.
J. national apostasy. His feast day was included in the General Roman Calendar infor celebration on 27 April. Whenever he came across a country church deprived of its pastor he would halt there to preach and to administer the sacraments.Biographical selection: 1521-1597 book.
Peter Canisius (), a member of the Society of Jesus, is a Confessor and Doctor of the Church. S. J. led the Counter-Reformation in German lands, wrote a catechism that went through editions in his life, and became known. Saint Peter Canisius. Born in of a distinguished family of Holland, Saint Peter Canisius studied in Cologne and received his license as doctor of civil law; he then went to Louvain (Belgium) to learn canon law.
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