1 edition of The life of Saint Alonso Rodríguez found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 71 p. :|
|Number of Pages||54|
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He died at midnight, October 30. You can check these in your browser security settings. Only a saint would go among lepers. — Juridical Information 236 " XI. Alphonsus died after a long illness on October 31, 1617, and his funeral was attended by Church and government leaders. The anonymous translator has recently been identified as Sir John Warner, S. Peter Claver is chiefly a reprint of the Oratorian life, published in London, Eng. He is the author of many books including:,, and the three volumes of Dante's Divine Comedy :, and.
Saint Alonso, as many of us, had his own idea of how he might best serve God, while God sought his service according to a different, and not always personally attractive plan. His austerities had also undermined his health. This electronic copy is a scan of the two-volume Manresa Press edition, with both volumes included in a single PDF file and other formats as archive.
Father Claver, in his humility and docility, had balked at urging it too boldly. by Luiz Gonzaga Jaeger Book• In 1929, The Manresa Press in London published the complete work, per Rickaby's translation, bound in two tidy volumes.
Teresa of Avilawhose grand achievements are better known. His Death 229 " IX.various older translations, including French and English.
Priest The life of the saint whom we The life of Saint Alonso Rodríguez today illustrates well the Scriptural teaching that God's ways are not our ways. We can imagine a very good person in our days on a temporary mission, bolstered with the protections of modem industry, going among lepers, and being satisfied with himself for years after.
His lack of and his poor health, undermined by his austerities, made him less than desirable as a candidate for the religious life, but he was accepted as a lay brother by the Jesuits on January 31, 1571. Peter Faber among others, but it was apparently impossible to carry out his purpose of entering theas he was withouthaving only had an incomplete year at a new college begun at by Francis Villanueva.
He sucked the poison from their sores, the way you'd suck the venom from a snakebite — but this poison was from disease and putrefying flesh.
This article was transcribed for New Advent by Michael Donahue.
We can imagine a very good person in our days on a temporary mission, bolstered with the protections of modem industry, going among lepers, and being satisfied with himself for years after.
Slater, Thomas, , Catholic Encyclopedia 1913 , 13 , retrieved 2018-08-24 This article incorporates text from a publication now in the : Herbermann, Charles, ed.