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Attitudes of the early Jesuits towards misbelievers
John W. O"Malley
|Other titles||Ignatian spirituality in ecumenical context|
|Statement||by John W. O"Malley.|
|Series||The Way supplement -- no. 68, Way (London, England) -- no. 68.|
|Contributions||Kiley, Philip, donor.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 62-73 ;|
|Number of Pages||73|
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ATTITUDES OF THE EARLY JESUITS TOWARDS MISBELIEVERS By JOHN W. O'MALLEY l~ EXTBOOKS AND POPULAR LITERATUREOn the sixteenth century  depict Saint Ignatius • and his early companions as the,[[spearhead of the Catholic the Reformation especially in Italy and Germany, and they leave the 59 O'Malley, John W.
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--XIII. The book also indicates a softening of attitudes by the Jews towards Gentiles. They were not totally beyond God’s compassion and mercy.
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