History of the Jesuits: Their Origin, Progress, Doctrines, and Designs

Giovanni Battista Nicolini

Series: Religion and Society
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Giovanni Battista Nicolini wrote this book hoping to convey to readers a just and correct idea of the character and aims of the brotherhood of Loyola. Previously, there was no serious and complete history of this Society.
(Imprint: SNOVA)

Preface

INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER I. 1500-40. ORIGIN OF THE ORDER.

CHAPTER II. 1540-52. CONSTITUTIONS OF THE SOCIETY.

CHAPTER III. 1540-53. HIERARCHY.

CHAPTER IV. 1541-48. PROGRESS OF THE ORDER, AND ITS FIRST GENERAL.

CHAPTER V. 1547-1631. THE FEMALE JESUITS.

CHAPTER VI. 1548-56. THE FIRST OPPOSITION TO THE ORDER, AND DEATH OF LOYOLA.

CHAPTER VII. 1541-1774. MISSIONS.

CHAPTER VIII. 1556-1581. THE GENERALS OF THE ORDER.

CHAPTER IX. 1560-1600. PROCEEDINGS OF THE JESUITS IN THE DIFFERENT COUNTRIES OF EUROPE.

CHAPTER X. 1581-1608. COMMOTION AMONG THE JESUITS.

CHAPTER XI. 1600-1700. DOCTRINES AND MORAL CODE OF THE JESUITS.

CHAPTER XII. 1608-1700. OVERGROWING INFLUENCE OF THE SOCIETY.

CHAPTER XIII. 1600-1753. AMERICAN MISSIONS.

CHAPTER XIV. 1617-1700. INTERNAL CAUSES OF DECLINE.
CHAPTER XV. 1700-1772. DOWNFALL OF THE JESUITS.

CHAPTER XVI. 1773. ABOLITION OF THE ORDER.

CHAPTER XVII. 1774. DEATH OF CLEMENT XIV.

CHAPTER XVIII. 1773-1814. THE JESUITS DURING THE SUPPRESSION.

CHAPTER XIX. 1814. RE-ESTABLISHMENT.

CHAPTER XX. 1848-1852. THE JESUITS IN AND AFTER 1848.

Conclusion

INDEX

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