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  • hosed by that stroke into the zealot whose brain engendered and brought forth

    the mighty Society of Jesus. His story is a familiar one: how, in the solitude of his sick

    -room, a change came over him, upheaving

  • , like an earthquake, all the forces of his nature; how, in the cave of Manres

    a, the mysteries of Heaven were revealed to him; how he passed from agonies to transports,

    from transports to the calm of a determ

  • ined purpose. The soldier gave himself to a new warfare. In the forge of his g

    reat intellect, heated, but not disturbed by the intense fires of his zeal, was wrought th

    e prodigious enginery whose power has be


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    en felt to the uttermost confines of the world. 9 Loyola's training had been in courts and camps: of books he knew little or nothing. He had lived in the unquestioning faith of one born and bred in the very focus of Romanism; and thus, at the age of about thirty, his conversion found him. It was a change of life and purpose, not of belief. He pres

    umed not to inquire into the doctrines o


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    f the Church. It was for him to enforce those doctrines; and to this end he turned all the faculties of his potent intellect, and all his deep knowledge of mankind. He did not aim to build up barren communities of secluded monks, aspiring to heaven through praye

    r, penance, and meditation, but to subdu


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