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Product Code: B1011ISBN: 9780852446300Publisher: GracewingFormat: PaperbackPages: 352
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Sydney F Smith (1843-1922), the son of a well-to-do Anglican vicar, became a convert to Catholicism, and a Jesuit. While reflecting the nineteenth century debate, his account of the Suppression of the Society of Jesus in 1773 by Pope Clement XIVth remains by far the fullest, most wide-ranging and most detailed treatment of the subject available in English. Ed Joseph A Munitiz, SJ.
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