Year/Century: 16th century
Subject: Religion & Spirituality
Description: Conditions of Time and Sanity Ex officina Plantiniana, Apud Joannem Moretum; 1599; autore R.P. Ludovico Granatensi, S. Theologiae Prosessore, ordinis S. Dominici, Antverpiae, Adiectrae sunt in sine quinque de Poenitentia Conciones, quae diebus Dominicis in Quadragesima post meridiem hibitae sunt Measurements: 4 1/4 by 6 3/4 "; ex-library.Front free endpapers with pencil and stamp inscriptions from the same library; library sticker "Ex Bibliotheca Congis SSmi Redemptoris, Bruxelles, ad S. Josephum" on front pastedown. Toning and in good condition. Afterwards bound 2, 591, 3 pages. Latin text
Theologian, author, and preacher Louis of Granada was a Dominican friar. The Holy See has long recognized the basis for his canonization. His published writings address Scripture, doctrine, ethics, biography, and church history in addition to austere theology. His writings on asceticism, however, are what made him most famous. Numerous languages have translations for the most of them. The most well-known and most successful of his austere compositions is The Sinner's Guide (La Guia de Pecadores), which was released in 1555. It is distinguished by an unctuous eloquence that has made it a constant source of religious inspiration, as well as a smooth, harmonic style of the purest Spanish vernacular that has earned it the distinction of a classic. It has been compared to The Imitation of Christ by Thomas Kempis.
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