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5571189 Edmond Paris the Secret History of Jesuits 1975

5571189 Edmond Paris the Secret History of Jesuits 1975

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The secret history of the Jesuits
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
 Foreword by Edmond Paris. 7
PartI The Founding of the Jesuit Order
 
1.
 
Ignatius of Loyola. 15
 
2.
 
The Spiritual Exercises. 203.
 
The Founding of the Company. 234.
 
The Spirit of the Order. 255.
 
The Privileges of the Company. 28Part II The Jesuits in Europeduring the 16th and 17th Centuries.1.
 
Italy, Portugal, Spain. 31
 
2.
 
Germany. 343.
 
Switzerland. 384.
 
Poland and Russia. 405.
 
Sweden and England. 426.
 
France. 45Part IIIForeign Missions1.
 
India, Japan, China. 502.
 
The Americas: The Jesuit State of Paraguay. 55Part IV TheJesuits in the European Society1.
 
The teaching of the Jesuits. 592.
 
The morals of the Jesuits. 633.
 
The Eclipse of the Company. 674.
 
Rebirth of the Society of Jesus during the 19th Century. 735.
 
The Second Empire and the Falloux Law The War of 1870. 766.
 
The Jesuits in Rome The Syllabus. 827.
 
The Jesuits in France from 1870 until 1885. 888.
 
The Jesuits and General Boulanger. 95The Jesuits and the Dreyfus Affair.9.
 
The Years before the War 1900-1914. 110
 
Part V
TheInfernal Cycle1.
 
The First World War. 1162.
 
Preparations for the Second World War. 1233.
 
German Aggression and the Jesuits. Austria - Poland - 139Czechoslovakia - Yugoslavia.4.
 
The Jesuit movement in France before and during 155the 1939-1945 War.5.
 
The Gestapo and the Society of Jesus. 1636.
 
The Death Camps and the Anti-Semitic Crusade. 1727.
 
The Jesuits and the Colleqium Russicum. 1778.
 
Pope John XXIII removes the mask. 183Conclusion 191Bibliography 199

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