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St Philip Neri and the Roman society of his times (1515-1595)

Louis Ponnelle

St Philip Neri and the Roman society of his times (1515-1595)

by Louis Ponnelle

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Published by Sheed and Ward in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Neri, Philip, -- Saint.,
  • Oratorians -- Biography.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementLouis Ponnelle and Louis Bordet ; translation (from the French) and introduction by RalphFrancis Kerr.
    ContributionsBordet, Louis., Kerr, Ralph Francis.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxiv,609p. ;
    Number of Pages609
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20329883M
    ISBN 100722079311
    OCLC/WorldCa312462635

    Two saints, contemporaries of St. Philip, will occur to you, my dear Fathers, as instances of this portent:—St. Francis Borgia, the third Father-General of the Society of Jesus, bears a name, shameful in the history of Rome; St. Mary Magdalene of the Pazzi came of a Florentine stock infamous {} for a deed of combined sacrilege, bloodshed. According to the book "St. Philip Neri and the Roman Society of His Times ()" by Louis Ponnelle and ‎Louis Bordet (Sheed and Ward, ), p. "WHEN Philip was born he was taken, as all Florentine babies were taken, to the Baptistery of San Giovanni, and was inscribed in the register of baptisms for the month of July,

      Philip Neri loved the young, and they responded by crowding about him. As a confessor he was in great demand; among his penitents was St. Ignatius. To perpetuate his life’s work, St. Philip founded the Congregation of the Oratory, a society of secular clergy without religious vows.   St. Philip Neri, P.O. Box , S. Lacore Street, Empire, MI, , United States [email protected] [email protected]

    St Philip Neri and the Roman Society of His Times () by Ponnelle, Louis; Bordet, Louis. London: Sheed and Ward. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; Bookplate on front endpaper, pages. toned, jacket lightly rubbed.. Later Printing. Hardcover. Black cloth. xxiv, pages. Footnotes and index of names. A biography of the Catholic reformer focusing on his relations.   By Moina Arcee, , edited August 26 March is the month Philip of Neri was canonized as a saint by the Roman Catholic Church (March 12 ). Over the centuries saints sometimes become attributed with and a certain grim and austere manner, and an ascetic and even forbidding personality. What a merry.


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St. Philip Neri and the Roman society of his times by Louis Ponnelle,Sheed & Ward edition, in English - Cheaper :   The Life of St. Philip Neri by Fr. Pietro Giacomo Bacci was published injust 27 years after St. Philip’s death in Fr. Bacci was a member of the Roman Oratory, the Congregation founded by St.

Philip, and he based his book on the Processes instituted for St. Philip's s: 8. Saint Philip Neri, Italian San Filippo Neri, (born JFlorence [Italy]—diedRome; canonized ; feast day May 26), Italian priest and one of the outstanding mystics during the Counter-Reformation and founder of the Congregation of the Oratory (now the Institute of the Oratory of St.

Philip Neri, also called Oratorians), a congregation of secular priests and clerics. St Mary & St Philip Neri Church, will be open for private prayer at the following times.

Please enter the church by the main entrance and leave by the fire exits at the front of the building. There will be stewards to assist and direct you. God bless you.

Let us be most careful in keeping each other safe and continue to save lives. Fr Brady. : St. Philip Neri and the Roman Society of His Times, Ponnelle, Louis, Bordet, Louis, Kerr, R.F.: Sheed & Ward LtdAuthor: Louis Ponnelle, Louis Bordet.

Philip Neri was beatified by Pope Paul V on and canonized by Pope Gregory XV on Ma He is the patron saint of Rome, US Special Forces, humor and joy and his feast day is celebrated on May Continue reading about St. Philip Neri ← St. Philip Minh Van Doan. THE ROMAN SOCRATES [ST.

PHILIP NERI] Louis Bouyer. What place has Philip in such a garden as this, where even the loveliest flowers smell of brimstone.

[ Reference is to Rome in the Renaissance.] The call from his peaceful retreat at San Germano to the turmoil of. Philip Neri. Philip Neri. Philip Neri was born in Florence in the yearone of four children of the notary Francesco Neri.

The mother died while the children were very young, her place being filled by a capable stepmother. So enraptured did he become at such times that it was the practice of those who attended to retire.

Welcome to our St. Philip Neri Catholic faith community. We strive to be a welcoming parish that reflects the heart, mercy and teachings of Christ, the traditions of the Roman Catholic Church and the spirit of joy manifested by our patron saint—St.

Philip Neri. If you are new to the parish, we pray you find St. Philip. He died at home, his final illness having begun a week earlier on the feast day of his patron, St. Philip Neri. The Oratory of St. Philip Neri which Fr.

Robinson founded in in Montreal — it moved to Toronto in — was introduced to the English-speaking world by St. John Henry Newman, the Church's newest saint.

St. Philip Neri This gracious, cheerful saint was Rome's apostle of the sixteenth century (). A peculiar charism was his burning love of God, a. Philip Neri Bereavement Ministry gives emotional support and practical help to parish families going through the grieving process.

Members of this ministry send cards, make calls and visits, host the Annual All Soul’s Day Mass and ensure the availability of the Parish’s Book of the Names of the Dead. Email this Article. Carolyn Sifton - Helene Fuld Library (St. Boniface General Hospital) Concordia Hospital Library; Donald W.

Craik Engineering Library; E.K. Williams Law Library; Eckhardt-Gramatté Music Library; Elizabeth Dafoe Library; Fr. Drake Library (St. Paul's College). Author of St. Philip Neri and the Roman society of his times (). Louis Ponnelle, author of St. Philip Neri and the Roman society of his times (), on LibraryThing.

Louis Ponnelle, author of St. Philip Neri and the Roman society of his times (), on LibraryThing. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers. Home Groups Talk Zeitgeist. Today is the Feast of St. Philip Neri ( - ), an 16th century Italian priest who was renowned for his piety, his cheerfulness and his miracles.

Happy Feast Day! Will Bloomfield, General Counsel to the Diocese of Lansing, has a great knowledge of and devotion to. Photo Credit: Vermont Catholic/Cori Fugere Urban - Father Brian O’Donnell (seated), chaplain of the Diocese of Burlington’s St.

Philip Neri Latin Mass Chaplaincy, sings during a recent Mass. He has celebrated the Latin Mass since