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By: Catholic Record Society (Great Britain)

... by EDWIN H. BURTON Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org CATHOLIC RECORD SOCIETY THE DOUAY COLLE... ...... ... personal and genealogical, since the Reformation in England and Wales. All Rights reserved by the Society CATHOLIC RECORD SOCIETY ITbe 2)oua Coll... ...body, divided Catholics into two camps, which supported rival candidates for the English crown. Thus arose the Spanish party and the Scottish party. T... ...icult to decipher. Possibly the " Lives of the Saints" referred to, may be those translated from the Spanish by Edward Kinsman, a priest, an... ...ervance by those under them. Twenty-four picked youths who were thought likely to be more fit for the Roman or Spanish missions were placed together i... ...master to almost every class ; he appointed Mr. White (alias Blacklow) to the Rhetoricians ; Mr. Hallam to the Poets, Mr. Danvers to the Syntaxians, a... ...ecalled home all who were attending the schools of the Fathers, appointing Mr. Drury over the rhetoricians and poets, and Mr. Walker over the rest.* O...

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List of poets

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...This is a list of poets. It lists notable poets. Alphabetical list A ... ...rcrombie (1881–1938), English poet and literary critic, one of the "Dymock poets" Arthur Talmage Abernethy (1872–1956), journ... ...ral American poet Vicente Aleixandre (1898–1984), Spanish poet, Nobel Laureate 1977 Josip Murn Aleks... ...rican painter and poet Damaso Alonso (1898–1990), Spanish poet, philologist, and literary critic Alt... ... Anton Aškerc (1856–1912), Slovenian language poet and Roman Catholic priest Margaret Atwood (born 1939), poet,... ...iter and poet Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer (1836–1870), Spanish post-romanticist writer of poetry and short stories ... ...oem Tristan Daniel Berrigan (born 1921), American Catholic priest, peace activist, and poet Ted Berr... ...beth Barrett Browning (1806–1861), English poet, one of the most prominent poets of the Victorian era Robert Browning (1812–1... ...–Cav Ernesto Cardenal (born 1925), Nicaraguan Catholic priest, poet and politician Giosuè Carduc...

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By: Catholic Record Society (Great Britain)

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: CATHOLIC RECORD SOCITEY: THE DIARY OF THE 'BLUE NUNS', VOL. I Author: JOS... ...ldLibrary.net [publications of tbe Gatbolic IRecorfc Society Vol. VIII THE Catholic Record Society was founded 10 June, 1904, for printing Registers... ...e the Reformation in England and Wales. All Rights reserved by the Society CATHOLIC RECORD SOCIETY ITbe 2)iariP of the Blue Buns OR ORDER OF THE IMM... ... was engaged in the Civil Wars, and subsequently commanded a regiment in the Spanish service, Cochard, Charlotte, aged five, came to the school March ... ...es, the remains of the Cromwellian party, the forerunners of the Revolution, poets, aldermen, country gentlemen, assassins, bound to gether in a commo...

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List of Romanian-language poets

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...tern Orthodox Roman Catholic Greek Catho... ... Examples Poets Writers ... ... The following is a list of famous or notable Romanian language poets grouped by period of activity (years link to corresponding "[year] in... ... Lists of poets ... ...Sorbian Spanish ...

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Will America Become Catholic

By: Moore, John Ferguson, 1867

... by JOHN F. MOORE Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org WILL AMERICA BECOME CATHOLIC? Title: WILL AMERICA BECOME CATHO... ...... ...OLIC? BY JOHN F. MOORE HARPER & BROTHERS PUBLISHERS NEW YORK and LONDON - MGMXXXI WILL AMERICA BECOME CATHOLIC? Copyright, 1931, by John F. Moore Pri... ...dly gov- erned by the Concordat of 1851 between the Holy 26 WILL AMERICA BECOME CATHOLIC? See and the Spanish Government. According to this agreement... ...anish Government. According to this agreement, which is incorporated- in the organic law of Spain, the Spanish Government binds itself '''to protect a... ...gdvernment schools, and to pass no law contrary to the existing Canon Law of the Church." Although the Spanish Government has enjoyed certain concessi... ...e are brilliant writers among American Catholics is recognized not only such outstanding essayists and poets as Joyce Kilmer and Carlton J. H. Hayes, ...

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List of Japanese-language poets

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...A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Poets are listed alphabetically by surname (or by widely known name, such a... ... for the same poet listed separately if both are notable). Small groups of poets and articles on families of poets are listed separately, below, as ar... ...ra 在原業平 (825–880), waka poet and nobleman; called one of the Six best Waka poets and one of the Thirty-six Poetry Immortals A... ...mantic and gothic poetry patterned after English literature; fervent Roman Catholic, co-founder, with Horiguchi Daigaku and Saijo Yaso, of Shijin ("Po... ...Sorbian Spanish ...

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Names that live in Catholic hearts : memoirs of Cardinal Ximenes, Michael Angelo, Samuel de Champlain, Archbishop Plunkett, Charles Carroll, Henri de Larochejacquelein, Simon de Montfort

By: Sadlier, Anna T. (Anna Theresa), 1854-1932

..... MICHAEL ANGELO AND HIS DYING SERVANT. Pare 78. NAMES THAT LIVE IN CATHOLIC HEARTS: MEMOIRS OF CARDINAL .XIMENES, MICHAEL ANGELO, SAMUEL DE CH... ...since she began the present series of biographical sketches of illustrious Catholics, not canonized Saints, yet worthy of everlasting remembrance. How... ...rroll of Carrollton! And yet each one of these names is an heirloom of the Catholic family. Each one held a foremost place among the men of his time, ... ...rotti; as Christian statesman and wise counsellor of kings, like the great Spanish Cardinal; as Martyr-prelate and faithful sentinel on the watch-towe... ...y opening be fore him. We are in the Cathedral, that gorgeous mon ument of Spanish piety and munificence; the naves, five in number, are decorated wit... ...ve said of him applies to that formidable and much-belied institution, the Spanish Inquisition. It has been said, and with jus tice, that perhaps no i... ... is known as the golden age of art and litera ture. At his court, artists, poets, and men of letters found shelter, protection, and encouragement. His...

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Spanish literature

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...iterature subsequent to the Civil War Spanish literature generally refers to literature (Spanish poetry, prose, a... ...lly refers to literature (Spanish poetry, prose, and drama) written in the Spanish language within the territory that presently constitutes the state ... ...ature, and more recently a formal Basque literature. In its earliest form, Spanish literature intersects as well with Latin, Jewish, and Arabic litera... ... century) important topics are: the poetry of José de Espronceda and other poets; prose; the theater, with Ángel de Saavedra (Duke of Rivas), José Zor... ...o Ibáñez; poetry, with Ramón de Campoamor, Gaspar Núñez de Arce, and other poets; the theater, with José Echegaray, Manuel Tamayo y Baus, and other dr... ...and Ramón Gómez de la Serna. Around 1920 a younger group of writers—mostly poets—began publishing works that from their beginnings revealed the extent... ...was the official historian of the monarchs Fernando and Isabel, the famous Catholic Monarchs of Spain. This position gave him close encounters with th...

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The Catholics of Scotland from 1593 : And the Extinction of the Hierarchy in 1603, Till the Death of Bishop Carruthers in 1852 : Volume 3

By: Dawson, Aeneas Macdonell, 1810-1894

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: CATHOLICS OF SCOTLAND Author: Language: English Subject: Fiction, Liter... ...... ...r. Fraser, an ex-Jesuit, in the mission of Munshes, in Galloway, the family CATHOLICS OF SCOTLAND. 429 there being still Catholic, and Mr. John Gordo... ...ived much comfort and relief to the ail ment in his side from the use of the Spanish Faja, which Bishop Geddes had provided for him. This improvement ... ... The good Bishop was hot always so agreeably . engaged as in conversing with poets and dining with the judges of the land. We find him as profitably a... ... were anxiously looking for the arrival on their coast of the British Fleet. Spanish ships of war were cruising in considerable force, between Genoa a... ...eges at Rome and Valladolid. An application made by the Roman Prelate to the Spanish Ministry might be of service to the Seminary at Valladolid ; and ...

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Spanish Renaissance

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... This article is about the Spanish Renaissance of the 15th-16th centuries. Se... ...ntury for the earlier Renaissance in Spain. The Spanish Renaissance refers to a movement in Spain, emerging from the Italia... ... is closely linked to the historical-political life of the monarchy of the Catholic Monarchs. Its figures are the first to leave the medieval approach... ...a feudal scheme of weak monarch over a powerful and restless nobility. The Catholic Monarchs unite the forces of the incipient state and ally with the... ...ronage achieved some of the most beautiful works of the special and unique Spanish Renaissance style: the patronage of Almazan de Covarrubias, his com... ...Juan de la Cruz and Santa Teresa de Jesús, mystic poets . Fernando de Rojas, author of La Celestina ...

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The Catholics of Scotland from 1593 : And the Extinction of the Hierarchy in 1603, Till the Death of Bishop Carruthers in 1852 : Volume 1

By: Dawson, Aeneas Macdonell, 1810-1894

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE CATHOLICS OF SCOTLAND Author: ÆNEAS McDONELL DAWSON Language: English Su... ... AND LECTURE ON THE BRiTisrt^ , z---r-:-*^W te-ffi COLONIES; AN ESSAY ON THE POETS OF CANADA ; TH^NORTH^ WEST TERRITORY AND BRITISH COLUMBIA ;. THE^! ... ... ETC., ETC^^I^ -. . .- 0"V//^x V-ld^S^r LONDON, ONTARIO: THOMAS COFFEY, CATHOLIC RECORD LONDON, ENGLAND : THOMAS BAKER, i Sono SQUARE. 1890. * . ... ... ., /. , . :ef ;,the "Reformation" was introduced into Scot land,- Catholics were still numerous and powerful. K| ^:> .%^.- <:... ...THOLICST^ATHOLICSl^^S -THEIR AGENT: ARRfcS^^ SEEK THE AID OF SPAIN THE "SPANISH BLANKS" KING JAMES i . .. ?" "- " S i ;V THE ... ...ppeared that the main object of his mission was /to, obtain the descent of a Spanish force on the coast .of/Scotland. This armament was to be joined K... ...ered the King of Spain. The plot is known in history ,the name of the " Spanish blanks." There was p^van 1 air of . mystery about this disco...

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Spanish Renaissance literature

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...ure subsequent to the Civil War Spanish Renaissance literature is the literature written in Spain during th... ... 1 Introduction 2 The Spanish Renaissance 3 The Renaissance poetry... ... 3.2 Juan Boscán 3.3 Other poets 4 Religious ... ...ed the cultural relations between Castile, Aragón, Catalonia and Rome. The Spanish literary works of greatest relief were published or translated in I... ... The Spanish Renaissance begins with the unification of Spain by the Catholic Monarchs and includes the reigns of Carlos I and Felipe II. Becaus... ...ly on the Church. One can speak of erudition since the Catholic Monarchs. Within this period the first important author is Antonio... ... dies in Spain, as no reconciliation or commitment between Protestants and Catholics was reached, and the Counterreformation began; religious unity wa... ...ke climate already existed, coming from the troubadour background that the poets of the new style had taken up in Italy. The rise of the italianizing ... ... Juan Boscán to try to put sonnets and other strophes used by good Italian poets into Castilian. In Italy, enthusiasm about Greco-Latin works brought ...

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Modern Rome in Modern England : Being Some Account of the Roman Catholic Revival in England during the Nineteenth Century

By: Sidney, Philip, 1872-1908

...Gilt. 2s. 6d. MODERN ROME IN MODERN ENGLAND Being Some Account of the Roman Catholic Revival in England during the Nineteenth Century BY PHILIP SIDNE... ...ued] . . 197 XIII. CHURCHES AND CHAPELS . . 2 53 XIV. LORD ACTON AND LIBERAL CATHOLICISM . 260 XV. SECULARS AND REGULARS . . .278 XVI. THE PHANTOM OF ... ...very eloquent terms the extraordinary rate of progress effected by the Roman Catholic Church in England since the passing of the Emancipation Act of 1... ... at certain chapels belonging to the Roman Catholic Ambassadors (Portuguese, Spanish, French, Sardinian, and Bavarian), had been to run the risk of im... ...this total of fourteen I have included the chapels of the French, Sardinian, Spanish, and Bavarian Embassies. CHAPTER V THE ERRINGTON CASE NICHOLAS P... .... Quite un-English, he had no staying power ; l and in this, I dare say, the Spanish strain came out in his blood. Vision- ary, his best works have be... ...sm ; but it is note- worthy that, since the Reformation, many famous English poets and dramatists have been Roman Catholics, among whom have been H. C... ...Plowden, Father Charles, 21, 183, 232 Plymouth, diocese of, 45 Poaching, 282 Poets, Romanist, 156 Poland, Jesuits in, 182 Pole, Cardinal, 55 death of,...

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Spanish Baroque literature

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... • Literature subsequent to the Civil War Spanish Baroque literature is the liter... ...g the Baroque. The literary Baroque took place in Spain in the middle of the Golden Age of Spanish Literature. Spain was governed ... ...d and silver. Philip IV granted power to the Count-Duke of Olivares, who tried to maintain Spanish supremacy over France in a war ... ...e in treatises of moral intention and practical purpose, like The Hero (1637), The Politician don Fernando the Catholic (1640) or The Discreet one (16... ... Poetry Luis de Góngora and Francisco de Quevedo were the two most important poets. They were enemies and composed m... ...s popular poetry with a more cultured one. That way he tries to emulate the style of Ancient Romans and Greeks poets using moreover their mythology. T... ... Quevedo's poetry first appeared in an anthology by Pedro de Espinosa, Flowers of Illustrious Poets (1605). Quevedo was a master of c... ...ejuna and of Laurencia, newly married with Frondoso. The murder of the Commander by the town and pardon by the Catholic Monarchs in the light of the e...

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Essays on Catholic Progress

By: Smith, Sydney F. (Sydney Fenn), 1843-1922

...shops in their several dioceses, and can be gathered from the reports in the Catholic press. But it is becoming that, at the head of this article, we ... ...t forth differentiations and dislocations, Christendom showed itself to be a catholicity, a unity, a homogeneity ; it was such in the year 200—and in ... ... and painful labour, with organized endeavours, successes and reverses . . . Catholicism grew like a tree (the comparison goes back to St. Paul) which... ...ot only the Byzantines themselves, but such others as St. Leander, the great Spanish Bishop, who through his influence on his two royal pupils, Hermen... ...ld and Reccared, was so instrumental in bringing about the conversion of the Spanish Visigoths from Arianism to Catholicism. His stay in Constantinopl... ...fferent "to the aspirations first conceived many centuries ago, then sung by poets and pro- claimed by statesmen as the years went on, and culminating...

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Spanish Realist literature

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... • Literature subsequent to the Civil War Spanish Realist literature is the liter... ... 6.2 Gaspar Núñez de Arce 6.3 Other poets ... ...uous periods of its history. The century opened with the War of Independence against France and ended with the Spanish-American War and the "Disaster ... ...ered naturalistic, but that has been explicitly rejected by the majority of literary critics. The line between Spanish Naturalism and Realism is diffi... ...pposed by a significant portion of the Spanish populace, including the Real Academia and the leadership of the Catholic Church. He died, blind, in 192... ...ics. In 1892, a crisis of conscience renewed his faith in God, although he would not adhere to the extremes of Catholic orthodoxy. He died in Oviedo i... ... in verse, like Un idilio (An iIdyll), La pesca (Fishing) and El vértigo' (Vertigo). Other poets Although less ... ...sive and demonstrates a great capacity for synthesizing data. In his books his love for Spain and a passionate Catholicism are in evidence. He tried t... ... such as Las orígenes de la novela (Origins of the novel), Antología de los poetas líricas (Anthology of lyric poets) (which finishes at the end of th...

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Roads to Rome : Being Personal Records of Some of the More Recent Converts to the Catholic Faith

By: Raupert, J. Godfrey (John Godfrey), 1858-1929

...OADS TO ROME BEING PERSONAL RECORDS OF SOME OF THE MORE RECENT CONVERTS TO THE CATHOLIC FAITH WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY HIS EMINENCE CARDINAL VAUGHAN AR... ... independently by sixty-five men andwomen of education, of their return to the Catholic Church, will naturally excite attention, as they will certainl... ... within a small volume of 350 pages. To take such a step as that of becoming a Catholic may seem to be a very simple process ; and so it is, if by thi... ...ce along with Tennyson, Brown ing, Ruskin, and Carlyle. I came to know the two poets as I know my Bible, if it be not irreverent to say so, in such a ... ...rtunate enough to be taken by some Catholic friends to the services at the old Spanish Place Chapel, and here I remember hearing sermons which deeply ...

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Spanish Enlightenment literature

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...iterature subsequent to the Civil War Spanish Enlightenment literature is the literature of Spain written during ... ...nt in Spain 4 The Spanish language in the 18th century 5 Stage... ... The 18th century began with the War of the Spanish Succession (1701–1714). The European powers, worried about the hege... ... with this intention, he gave a didactic character to his work, noticeably catholic, but with the intention that the new European currents penetrated,... ..., Badajoz, 1754 - Montpellier, France, 1814) is considered one of the best poets of the 18th century. He was university professor in Salamanca, where ... ...ne school, also influenced by Fernando de Herrera. In the Sevillian school poets like Manuel María Arjona (1771–1820), José Marchena (1768–1820), José... ... with this intention, he gave a didactic character to his work, noticeably catholic, but with the intention that the new European currents penetrated,... ..., Badajoz, 1754 - Montpellier, France, 1814) is considered one of the best poets of the 18th century. He was university professor in Salamanca, where ...

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History of the Catholic Church in Indiana : Vol. 1

By: Blanchard, Charles, Fl. 1882-1900, Editor

...% 7:,... ; ';i' 'I'l'K ' I'd "' 'fi'"" ""111. V HISTORY OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN INDIANA. IN TWO VOLUMES. VOLUME I. ILLUSTRATED^ Edited a... ...thoHc Church in Indiana, two volumes, to the public, but especially to the Catholics of the state, conscious that while it may not prove to be all tha... ...rs:— Having been informed that you contemplate publishing a history of the Catholic Church in Indiana, and on a plan which promises to be of value, fr... ...atholic Benevolent Legion—Young Men's Institute 616-652 Chapter XVIII.—The Spanish Inquisition not a Church Institution but a State Court—Falsehoods a... ...Benevolent Legion . . Catholic Knights of America. . Young Men's Institute Spanish Explorers and Priests. . Synods—the Third, Fourth and Fifth in Indi... ... paradise floating down the stream of time, for with curious unanimity the poets and sages of both Greece and Rome spoke of these Islands of the Bless... ...e discovery of other islands west of the Canaries with aview to please the Spanish sovereigns—Ferdinand and Isabella — it is certain that he had for a... ...of the conversation that followed he alluded to his fondness for the Latin poets, and he and the archbishop quoted from the odes of Horace. All were a...

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Spanish Golden Age

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...literature in Spain, coinciding with the political rise and decline of the Spanish Habsburg dynasty. El Siglo de Oro does not imply precise dates and ... ...yle and skill. El Greco, another respected artist from the period, infused Spanish art with the styles of the Italian renaissance and helped create a ... ...rt with the styles of the Italian renaissance and helped create a uniquely Spanish style of painting. Some of Spain's greatest music is regarded as ha... ...ncouraged by the counter-reformation and the patronage of Spain's strongly Catholic monarchs and aristocracy. Spanish rule of Naples was important fo... ... and aristocratic tastes of the time, demonstrated especially in his Roman Catholic religious works. In 1642, at the age of 26 he moved to Madrid, wh... ...hed to establish his residence close to the Alhambra palaces. Although the Catholic Monarchs had already altered some rooms of the Alhambra after the ... ...works of Garcilaso de la Vega and illustrate a profound influence on later poets. Mystical literature in Spanish reached its summit with the works of ... ...was a gifted poet of his own, and there were a vast quantity of remarkable poets at that time, though less known: Francisco de Rioja, Bartolomé Leonar...

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Historical Notes on English Catholic Missions

By: Kelly, Bernard W. (Bernard William), 1872

...I m m HISTOKICAL NOTES ON ENGLISH CATHOLIC MISSIONS NIHIL OBSTAT. JOSEPH WILHELM, S.T.D. CENSOR DEPUTATUS. I... ...ESTMONASTERII, Die 24 Oct., 1906. MAR - 8 W60 HISTORICAL NOTES ON ENGLISH CATHOLIC MISSIONS BY BEENAKD W. KELLY AUTHOR OF THE LIFE OF CARDINAL YORK T... ...STER PREFACE IN the following pages some details have been given of the Catholic Missions in this country from the breach with the Apostolic See to... ...ng with affairs of State, but a residence of some months with Mendoza, the Spanish Ambassador in London, would seem to have insinuated a passion for p... ...triotism, was by no means unique at that time. * He [Pearsons] was all for Spanish interference in England, writes Mr. Andrew Lang, just as Squire Wes... ...o a few years before by the pro- testants of the Netherlands against their Spanish oppressors, and horrible as the whole affair appears to us of the p... ...HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION 37 Bev. George Crabbe, one of the most pathetic of poets, sang the fallen condition and sorrowful lot of The Church of Rome, w...

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Beat Generation

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...ually regarded as anti-academic, "In this essay "Beat" includes those American poets considered avant-garde or anti-acadmeic from ca. 1955-1965.", Lee... ...Generation in the Village." 165-198 Burroughs, Ginsberg, Kerouac, and other poets frequented many bars in the area including the San Remo at 93 Mac... ... of the new City Lights Bookstore, started to publish the City Lights Pocket Poets Series in 1955. Kenneth Rexroth 's apartment became a Friday n... ...urrection, " which were being repeated ad nauseam in media accounts. 'Being a Catholic, ' he told conservative journalist William F. Buckley, Jr. in ... ...aglianone, 1989, Buenos Aires. paperback - trade edition, 112 pages, English - Spanish, ISBN 950-9004-98-7Knight, Brenda. Women of the Beat Generation...

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Roads to Rome : Being Personal Records of Some of the More Recent Converts to the Catholic Faith

By: Raupert, J. Godfrey (John Godfrey), 1858-1929; Vaughan, Herbert, 1832-1903

...DS TO ROME BEING PERSONAL RECORDS OF SOME OF THE MORE RECENT CONVERTS TO THE CATHOLIC FAITH WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY HIS EMINENCE CARDINAL VAUGHAN ARCH... ...dependently by sixty-five men and women of education, of their return to the Catholic Church, will naturally excite attention, as they will certainly ... ...ithin a small volume of 350 pages. To take such a step as that of becoming a Catholic may seem to be a very simple process ; and so it is, if by this ... ...e along with Tennyson, Browning, Ruskin, and Carlyle. I came to know the two poets as I know my Bible, if it be not irreverent to say so, in such a wa... ...unate enough to be taken by some Catholic friends to the services at the old Spanish Place Chapel, and here I remember hearing sermons which deeply im...

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List of Mexican Americans

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... Somali Spanish Hispanos ... ...nd music groups 2.5 Authors and poets 2.6 Visual arts ... ...ter in popular 1970s television series Wonder Woman (mother of Mexican and Spanish descent) Movita Castaneda – actress ... ...rant parents, he was a big-band crooner who sang "Bésame Mucho," the first Spanish-English bilingual song in U.S. recording history. He performed in m... ... Vincent – singer, songwriter; producer Taco Shop Poets – spoken word and world music band The Zeros... ... The Zeros – punk-rock band Authors and poets Oscar Zeta Acosta – minor novelist, acti... ... [129] Virgilio Elizondo – Roman Catholic priest, and theologian Patrick Flores – R... ...lic priest, and theologian Patrick Flores – Roman Catholic bishop Elias Gabriel Galvan – retired bis... ...f Las Cruzes, New Mexico.[131] Jaime Soto – Roman Catholic coadjutor bishop of Sacramento James Anth...

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Illinois Catholic Historical Review : Year 1918-1919

By: Illinois Catholic Historical Society

... World Public Library.org HISTORICAL REVIEW, VOL. I Title: ILLINOIS CATHOLIC HISTORICAL REVIEW, VOL. I Author: Language: English Subject: Fic... ...... ...ning of Holy Family Parish in Chicago, Rev. Gilbert J. Garraghan, S. J 436 Catholic Heroes of Illinois, James M. Graham 294 Catholic Historical Societ... ...ription, ' ' French- man 's Steamboat" 417 PAGE Carnegie Institute, copied Spanish archives 77 Carroll, Rev. John, S. J., made Prefect Apostolic for U... ...ther Bineteau died there from exhaustion; but if he had had a few drops of Spanish wine, for which he asked us during his last illness, and some littl... ...or the present. The Diocese of Quebec yet extended over the newly acquired Spanish and English possessions. On the west side of the Mississippi River ... ...f there are errors, they "are not errors of Miss Ryan, but mistakes of the poets." The author and publishers have every reason to feel proud of this w... ...oks ; Lingard 's History of England, in six or eight volumes ; The British Poets, in twenty-four volumes ; the Old and New Testament, in some thirty v...

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Spanish language in the Philippines

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... Writing system Spanish alphabet Language co... ... Spanish language ... ...n characters of Don Quixote, the most ancient master work in literature in Spanish language. ... ...ral techniques.[19] Initially, the stance of the Roman Catholic Church and its missionaries was to preach to the natives in local ... ...ke national hero José Rizal, who studied in Europe. This class of writers, poets and intellectuals is often referred to as Ilustrados. Ironically, it ... ...siding in the Philippines were collectively referred to as Americanos. The Catholic Austronesian peoples of the Philippines were referred to as Indios... ...ered Spanish speakers as their first and only language. It disregarded the Catholic Chinese Filipinos, many of whom spoke Spanish, and the creole-spea...

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The Catholic Educational Review : Volume 10

By: Catholic University of America

...TIONAL REVIEW VOLUME x June-December 1915 Published Monthly Except July and August THE CATHOLIC EDUCATION PRESS Under the Direction of the DEPARTMENT ... ...st THE CATHOLIC EDUCATION PRESS Under the Direction of the DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA, WASHINGTON, D. C. COPYRIGHT, 1... ...TY OF AMERICA, WASHINGTON, D. C. COPYRIGHT, 1915 BY THE CATHOLIC EDUCATION PRESS The Catholic Educational Review June, 1915 WHYA CATHOLIC HISTOEY OF... ...rehensible which no words can utter, that it cannot realize "If all the pens that ever poets held Had fed the feelings of their master's thoughts, And... ...of original justice which belonged to Adam and Eve. What, then, of the inner vision of poets? These divine touches after all could not be more than th... ... be feared that the poet's dream of the self-at- tained self -empire of the race is to poets and dreamers what the theory of perpetual motion is to sc... ...Lynn, Mass., instructor in Economics ; Martinez de Alva, of Mexico City, instructor in Spanish ; the Eev. Dr. John O'Grady, instructor in Social Scien... ...hains, ropes, or other form of shackles. An- other important thing is the peppering of Spanish words throughout the story. In a Western tale this pepp... ... Zama, Teutobergerwald, Adrianople, Chalons, Tours, Senlac-Hastings, Orleans, Lepanto, Spanish Armada, Naseby, Blenheim, Pul- towa, Saratoga, Valmy an...

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Medieval Spanish literature

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...arís. «De cómmo una leona llevó a Garfín, el fijo mayor del cavallero Zifar». The Medieval Spanish literature is ... ... The Medieval Spanish literature is composed by the corpus of literary works written in medieval Spanish between the be... ... called Romance. Latin texts were no longer understood, as can be seen from the glosses used in Castile to explain Latin terms. Spanish oral literatur... ...c is divided into three parts, also known as cantos. Mester de Juglaría Medieval Spanish poets recognized the M... ... narrative poetry known as the Mester de Clerecía became popular in the thirteenth century. It is the verse form of the learned poets, usually clerics... ...ía or the fourfold way, and was borrowed from France and was popular until the late fourteenth century. Popular themes of these poets were Christian l... ...hological natures as well as physical traits. Pulgar was the official historian of the monarchs Fernando and Isabel, the famous Catholic Monarchs of S... ... Definition from". Answers.com. Retrieved 2012-04-16.  ^  "Spanish Language and Literature". Catholic Encyclopedia.... ... All articles lacking in-text citations Articles incorporating a citation from the 1913 Catholic Encyclopedia ...

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The Catholic Educational Review : Volume 4

By: Catholic University of America

...L REVIEW VOLUME IV June-December 1912 Published Monthly Except July and August THE CATHOLIC EDUCATION PRESS Under the Direction of the DEPARTMENT OF E... ...HE CATHOLIC EDUCATION PRESS Under the Direction of the DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA, WASHINGTON, D. C. COPYRIGHT, 1912 ... ...F AMERICA, WASHINGTON, D. C. COPYRIGHT, 1912 BY THE CATHOLIC EDUCATION PRESS The Catholic Educational Review JUNE/1912 EDUCATION OF THE LAITY IN THE... ...Marchioness of Manteagudo and Maria, daughter of the Count of Ten- dilla ; and the Spanish maidens in the learned professions were the Queen's own tut... ...ng to which the bishop's fault was giving public lectures in the Church on profane poets, instead of explaining the Gospel. A note on the subject may ... ...ries I visited, except Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay, the uni- versities go back to Spanish colonial times. The same is true of Cuba, Mexico, Guatemala... ... pupil of the Salesian 380 THE CATHOLIC EDUCATIONAL REVIEW School, Battersea." In Spanish, of the five distinctions given, Catholics receive two; in ... ...graphy. The list includes theologians, philosophers, jurists, historians, artists, poets in fact, men of eminence in every line of productive scholars... ...- ing women proclaim in pamphlets and novels ' The Eight to Motherhood', twaddling poets preach to ripe youth the necessity and the right to pursue th...

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Philippine literature in Spanish

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... Philippine literature in Spanish (Spanish: Literatura Filipina en Castellano) is a body of lite... ...teratura Filipina en Castellano) is a body of literature made by Filipino writers in the Spanish language. Today, this corpus is the third largest in ... ... 1 History 2 Spanish religious works about the Philippines (1593 - 1800) ... ...g from Mexico for the crown of Spain, establish a strict class system that imposed Roman Catholicism on the native population. Augustinian and Francis... ... "El Parnaso Filipino". The last book, a collection of poems written by various Filipino poets at that time, is still now one of the most important wo... ...t since most of the people who are knowledgeable in Spanish are those that belong to the Catholic hierarchy, religious works still make up a large par... ...s. Later, he founded the Iglesia Filipina Independiente as a revolt to the abuses of the Catholic hierarchy in his hometown. The foundation of the chu...

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The Catholic Educational Review : Volume 8

By: Catholic University of America

...NAL REVIEW VOLUME VIII June-December 1914 Published Monthly Except July and August THE CATHOLIC EDUCATION PRESS Under the Direction of the DEPARTMENT ... ...st THE CATHOLIC EDUCATION PRESS Under the Direction of the DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA, WASHINGTON, D. C. COPYRIGHT, 1... ...TY OF AMERICA, WASHINGTON, D. C. COPYRIGHT, 1914 BY THE CATHOLIC EDUCATION PRESS The Catholic Educational Review JUNE, 1914 THE CHILD ON THE STREET*... ...shed for intellectual attainments that Cuba has given? Scientists like Poey and Vines, poets like Heredia and Placido, orators like Caballero and del ... ...g were made by individual initiative from the earliest settlement. Aswe shall see, the Spanish government did not bestir itself to spread learning bro... ...n to Baltimore, brought a number of Cuban youths to be educated at Georgetown, but the Spanish government seems to have viewed with concern the exodus... ...e he did valiant service for the faith, and performed many works of charity. A life in Spanish by his pupil, Jose Ignacio Rodriguez, was published in ... ...36. 166 THE CATHOLIC EDUCATIONAL KEVIEW Theognis and Phokylides and some of the Lyric poets, it is true, soon found place on the curriculum, but Home... ... before he understood only what was spoken, they put into his hands the works of great poets, which he reads sitting on a bench at school; in these ar...

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Romanticism in Spanish literature

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...etry 6.1 José de Espronceda 6.2 Other poets ... ... 9.2 Rosalía de Castro 10 Antiromantic poets ... ...as complex and confusing, with great contradictions that range from rebellion and revolutionary ideas to the return of the Catholic and monarchial tra... ...gressives fought to supplant them. This opened the way for the laity and Freemasonry to enjoy great influence. Traditional Catholic thought defended i... ...ished a series of articles between 1818 and 1819 in the Diario Mercantil (Mercantile Daily) of Cádiz, in which he defended Spanish theatre of the Sigl... ... Sculpture dedicated to Bécquer in Sevilla. The romantic poets created their works i... ...811–1863), Gertrudis Gómez de Avellaneda (1814–1873) and Pablo Piferrer (1818–1848). Piferrer, in spite of writing only in Spanish, was one of the pre... ...the Romantic period, there was a great interest in literary fiction, in particular, adventure and mystery novels; however, Spanish output of this type... ...rical and populist currents. On the other hand, the moderate school produced, on occasion, novels exalting traditional and Catholic values. The most n...

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The Catholic Educational Review : Volume 2

By: Catholic University of America

...ature Collection World Public Library.org REVIEW, VOL. II Title: THE CATHOLIC EDUCATIONAL REVIEW, VOL. II Author: Language: English Subject:... ...... ...OLUME II June-December 1911 Published Monthly Except July and August m > THE CATHOLIC EDUCATION PRESS Under the Direction of the DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATI... ...Holy Names, Srs. of 887 development of community of 891-92 foundation 889-90 Spanish-American War __896-97 Home, developing the idea of 945 Home study... ...e purpose sacrifices as did the Holy Cross. " This story was repeated in the Spanish- Americ in ,\ir, but instead of untrained volunteers, the Sisters... ...OUTH AMEEICA During the colonial period in Iberian- America, that is, in the Spanish and Portuguese possessions on this side of the Atlantic, religion... ...he institution of marriage was in imperial Eome. The satirists and the comic poets found in the frequency and facility of divorce a fruitful theme for...

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List of Spanish inventions and discoveries

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...to keep hygiene before and after surgery. Botany, Spanish botanist, like Ibn al-Baitar, created hundreds of works/catalogs on... ...D). Water and weight driven mechanical clocks, by Spanish Muslim engineers sometime between 900-1200 AD. According to histori... ...The futuristic style of architecture invented and designed by world renown Spanish architect, Santiago Calatrava. Examples include the Ciutat de les A... ...around the world and to the surprise of many westerners, in more ways than Catholicism alone. La convivencia - the belie... ... Society of Jesus, is one of the most, if not the most, powerful Christian/Catholic order. The Jesuit order was founded by Ignatius of Loyola and Fran... ...suit order was greatly responsible for the mass conversions of heathens to Catholicism throughout the Spanish Empire and beyond. They have greatly inf... ...l and renaissance scientist, including Newton, and captivated the minds of poets and authors. Works of Maimonides ... ...l and renaissance scientist, including Newton, and captivated the minds of poets and authors. Works of Maimonides ...

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The Catholic Educational Review : Volume 7

By: Catholic University of America

...TIONAL REVIEW VOLUME VII May-January 1914 Published Monthly Except July and August THE CATHOLIC EDUCATION PRESS Under the Direction of the DEPARTMENT ... ...st THE CATHOLIC EDUCATION PRESS Under the Direction of the DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA, WASHINGTON, D. C. COPYRIGHT, 1... ...ITY OF AMERICA, WASHINGTON, D. C. COPYRIGHT, 1914 BY THE CATHOLICEDUCATION PRESS The Catholic Educational Review JANUARY, 1914 THE FORMAL STEPS IN R... ...ong the beaten lines of the early Moralities. Calisto and Melebea, dramatized from the Spanish novel Celestina^- and published by Rastell in 1530, pos... ...isto and Melebea shows masterly skill in his transformation of the earlier part of the Spanish work into an interlude. . . . Had he but carried out hi... ...fle" (which was adopted, he tells his readers, by the American Govern- ment during the Spanish- American War), used some en- forced leisure in having ... ...s and the Liturgy of the Church are to become all to Christian Europe that the profane poets were to the ancient world. 12 Many schools of music model... ...fection. This great truth a truth voiced in slightly varying ways by some of the great poets and thinkers of the world may be brought home to a class ... ...oly Spirit, and not to Christ, in the well-approved phraseology of the mystics and the poets. But why con- tinue to hammer on this anvil ! What though...

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List of Catholic authors

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...he authors listed on this page should be limited to those who identify as Catholic authors in some form. This does not mean they are necessarily ort... ...y are necessarily orthodox in their beliefs. It does mean they identify as Catholic in a religious, cultural, or even aesthetic manner. The common den... ...least some (and preferably the majority) of their writing is imbued with a Catholic religious, cultural or aesthetic sensibility. European language... ...ood. Raymond Roseliep – American priest and poet. George Santayana – the Spanish-American philosopher and novelist, was a baptised Catholic. Despite... ...essayist Valentin Vodnik – 18th-century poet and Roman Catholic priest. Spanish language Fr Jaime Balmes Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer Giannina Bras... ...ress 2005) editor Joseph Pearce ISBN 1-58617-077-5 Anthology of Catholic poets edited by Joyce Kilmer ISBN 1-4101-0281-5 Catholic writers online...

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The Catholic Educational Review : Volume 5

By: Catholic University of America

...rature Collection World Public Library.org REVIEW, VOL. V Title: THE CATHOLIC EDUCATIONAL REVIEW, VOL. V Author: Language: English Subject: ... ...... ...EVIEW VOLUME v January-May 1913 Published Monthly Except July and August THE CATHOLIC EDUCATION PRESS Under the Direction of the DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATI... ...ly to the advancement of scientific knowledge. Then there were Jose Mutis, a Spanish ecclesiastic and physician, professor of natural history at the U... ... of his studies Vives resorted to Bruges in Belgium which had a considerable Spanish population, and there for the rest of his life he made his home. ... ...r books of the cen- tury. Before the year 1584 it had seen three French, two Spanish, and two German translations. It was translated into English by R... ...efinement which the reading of the New Testament, the Fathers, the Christian poets, and good books like the "Utopia" of Thomas More would bring. Vives... ...tholicism and the Balkans, Eev. Sigourney W. Fay, S.T.L. Feb. 20 Minor Irish Poets Dr. Patrick Lennox Feb. 27 Our African Missions. . .Monsignor Freri... ... leaving "less room for the in- troduction of outside material by subsequent poets than he was at one time inclined to believe." He believes indeed st...

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Roman Catholicism in Australia

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... The Catholic Church in Australia is part of the worldwide Catholic Church under the spiritual and administrative leadership of t... ...established religion . In 2011 there were approximately 5.4 million Australian Catholics (25.3% of the population). Catholicism arrived in Australia w... ...ived in Australia with the British First Fleet in 1788. The first Australian Catholics were mainly Irish, but Australian Catholics now originate fr... .... Among the first Catholics known to have sighted Australia were the crew of a Spanish expedition of 1605–6. In 1606, the expedition's leader, Pedro ... ... Sevenhill, founded by Austrian Jesuits in 1848. A rare Australian example of Spanish missionary style exists at New Norcia, Western Australia, foun... ... Spanish missionary style exists at New Norcia, Western Australia, founded by Spanish Benedictine monks in 1846. A number of notable Victorian er... ...Farrell and Australian Catholics (1987), by Edmund Campion. Notable Catholic poets have included Christopher Brennan (1870–1932); James McAuley ... ...ray (born 1938). Murray and Dawe are among Australia's formemost contemporary poets, noted for their use of vernacular and everyday Australian themes... ... use of vernacular and everyday Australian themes. Emblematic of the Christian poets could be McCauley's rejection of Modernism in favour of Classic...

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The Catholic Educational Review : Volume 3

By: Catholic University of America

...EVIEW VOLUME III January-May 1912 Published Monthly Except July and August THE CATHOLIC EDUCATION PRESS Under the Direction of the DEPARTMENT OF EDUCA... ...ATHOLIC EDUCATION PRESS Under the Direction of the DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA, WASHINGTON, D. C. ffi The Catholi... ...orm in 1905, and inbook form in 1907, the following passage occurs : 1 'If our Catholic women are to retain their sweetness and refinement, they must ... ...less in every war. By the concerted action of our Catholic privates during the Spanish- Ameri- can War, the unpatriotic A. P. A. was relegated to the ... ...IN THE merciless way. They go greedily about their NINETIES business as though poets had never dreamed or prophets warned, as though the gentle Jesus ... ...that have come to us from the colonial period testify to the zeal of the early Spanish colonizers in the cause of higher educa- tion. It must be said ... ...ightest, if not the brightest, of the stars in the intellectual firma- ment of Spanish- America. After the Revolution, a period of decline set in and ... ...s in prose and poetry; dramatic school of Cervantes; other eminent dramatists; poets of note in both hemispheres; the Araucana; the decline of literat...

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Francisco Medrano (poet)

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...itation of Ovid's "Remedia Amoris" by Pedro Venegas, a poet of Seville. According to the Spanish critic Adolfo de Castro, Medrano is the best of the S... ...orably in that respect with Luis de León. Endowed with literary taste, he writes in good Spanish, and his style is free from the gongorism of his time... ...blic domain: Fuentes, Ventura (1913). "Francisco, Medrano". In Herbermann, Charles. Catholic Encyclopedia. Robert Appleton Company.  The ent... ... Categories Articles incorporating text from the 1913 Catholic Encyclopedia with Wikisource reference ... ...text from the 1913 Catholic Encyclopedia with Wikisource reference Spanish poets 17th-century deaths ... ...m the 1913 Catholic Encyclopedia with Wikisource reference Spanish poets 17th-century deaths ...

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