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Gregorian University Library Digitized

March 19th, 2011
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Lutherans will find this very interesting, since this collection contains the minutes of the Council of Trent, and in the video you see one of Bellarmine’s doctrinal works. Bellarmine was the opponent against whom both Chemnitz and Gerhard wrote, since he epitomized Tridentine theology. Check out the video here. The Gregorian University library was a key stronghold and “armory” for the work of the Jesuits as they battled against the influence of the Reformation. I’ve not been able to find yet a link to the digitized file. If somebody does, let me know. You can read more about the library on Wikipedia.

 

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  1. Ken Howes
    March 19th, 2011 at 21:24 | #1

    I just sent RomeReports an email asking if there is a link to these files.

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