By Joseph McCabe
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The remarkable events of those two years are of great importance in studying the character Two very serious conflicts arose, of the early Society. one between the Jesuits themselves, and one with the Pope, and it is in such conflicts that the real character appears. CrCtineau- Joly suppresses the one altogether and grossly mis-states the other; he is not only less candid, but far less truthful, even than the original Jesuit authorities. ” Lainez at once presented himself, as temporary head of the Society, to the Pope, and prepared for a struggle.
CrCtineau- Joly suppresses the one altogether and grossly mis-states the other; he is not only less candid, but far less truthful, even than the original Jesuit authorities. ” Lainez at once presented himself, as temporary head of the Society, to the Pope, and prepared for a struggle. , will be remembered. stormy Neapolitan, an ardent Italian patriot, he would, as he sat over his fiery southern wine, express the fiercest disdain of the Spaniards, and trust to see them He had disliked swept out of the Italian peninsula.
The “ so sympathy of the pious slowly returned to them. happy a diversion had to be put to account,” says CrCtineau-Joly, and Ignatius began to draw up the rules of his Society for presentation to the Pope. Night by night the eleven priests sat in council to determine the broad features of their association : to say, especially, if they would add a vow of obedience to their vows of poverty and chastity and thus become a monastic body. In April they decided that they would have a Superior 24 THE JESUITS and vow obedience to him ; in May they resolved to adopt that masterpiece of the “ holy wiles ” of Ignatius, the most distinctive and most serviceable feature of the Society-the vow to put themselves at the direct disposal of the Pope.
A Candid History of the Jesuits by Joseph McCabe