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  • the Cross “Ven. Robert Francis Romulus Bellarmine,” in Catholic Encyclopedia, New York: The Encyclopaedia Press (1913) “Bellarmine, Roberto Francesco
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  • Britannica, Volume 3 Bellarmine, Roberto Francesco Romolo, Duc de 17302131911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 3 — Bellarmine, Roberto Francesco Romolo
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  • active as a reformer of the clergy, and a learned canonist; Cardinal Robert Bellarmine (1602); and Cardinal Capecelatro, Librarian of the Holy Roman Church
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  • 1561 he went to teach theology in Rome, reckoning among his pupils Robert Bellarmine, afterwards cardinal; then passed into Sicily; and in 1569 he was
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  • promoted St. Peter Canisius (1925), St. John of the Cross (1926), St. Robert Bellarmine (1931), and St. Albertus Magnus (1931), Pius XII added St. Anthony
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  • St. Robert Francis Romulus Bellarmine by Sydney Fenn Smith 95855Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 2 St. Robert Francis Romulus BellarmineSydney
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  • Chabanel (priests), and Rene Goupil and John Lalande (lay missionaries); Robert Bellarmine, Andrew Bobola; John de Britto; Claude de La Colombière (1641-82)
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  • discoveries. They were convinced and interested. At the request of Cardinal Robert Bellarmine, four learned men of the Roman College (Clavius among them) reported
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  • Famian Strada, Tarquinius Galuzzi, Hieronymus Petrucci and Cardinal Robert Bellarmine. In addition to Balde (q. v.) there were among the German Jesuit poets
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  • Famian Strada, Tarquinius Galuzzi, Hieronymus Petrucci and Cardinal Robert Bellarmine. In addition to Balde (q. v.) there were among the German Jesuit poets
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  • the opposition. The theological thesis of infallibility which St. Robert Bellarmine had THE VATICAN COUNCIL 367 drawn up at the beginning of the seventeenth
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  • Subtleties,’ designed as a refutation of the arguments advanced by Sander and Bellarmine against the protestant theory of the sacraments. On the accession of James
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  • Arthur Bell James Bell Jerome Bellamy John Bellarini Ven. Robert Francis Romulus Bellarmine Edward Bellasis Aloysius Bellecius John Bellenden Diocese
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  • controversy excited by Bishop Andrewes's ‘Tortura Torti,’ a reply to Cardinal Bellarmine, Burhill contributed ‘Responsio pro Tortura Torti contra Martinum Becanum
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  • "Art of Dying Well", from the Latin of Bellarmine (1621); "True Relation of Sickness and Death of Cardinal Bellarmine", by C.E. of the Society of Jesus (1622)
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  • ‘A Book of Physic and Surgery,’ MS. 7. ‘A Book of Controversie out of Bellarmine, &c.,’ MS., written in 1606. 8. ‘A Book of Common-Place in Religion,’
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  • Guillaume du, French general and writer. Bellamy, Jacobus, Dutch poet. Bellarmine, Robert F. R., cardinal. Bellay, Joachim du, French poet. Belle-Isle-en-Mer
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  • Anglican Orders Ven. Charles Baker Ven. William Barrow Ven. Robert Francis Romulus Bellarmine William Bentney Pope Clement XIII Co-consecrators Peter Gallwey
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  • Ven. Robert Francis Romulus Bellarmine
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  • Temporal Felicity' (anon.), pages 365-99 of the confutation of Cardinal Bellarmine's 'Notes of the Church,' published anonymously by W. Sherlock, 4to, London
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