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“Spiritual Exercises”

(Sp. Ejercicios espirituales). Book written by I. (of) Loyola* bet. 1521 and 1548; became a chief instrument of Jesuits. Consists of meditations in 4 divisions: 1. sin and its consequences; 2. kingdom of Christ; 3. Passion of Christ; 4. resurrection and ascension of Christ.

See also Gerhard of Zutphen.


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