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Title: To Ignatius of Loyola, in Rome: From Cochin, January 27, 1545 (EX I 257-260; FX II 537-538)
Authors: Xavier, Francis
Keywords: Indulgences
Issue Date: 27-Jan-1545
Publisher: Saint Louis, Missouri: The Institute of Jesuit Sources, 1992.
Citation: Selected Letters Translated and introduced by Costelloe, M. Joseph
Series/Report no.: Letters and Instructions of Francis Xavier;p.113-15
Abstract: Summary: 1. He asks that a privilege should be obtained from the pope for the main altar in the church of the college in Goa. 2. Men endowed with physical and spiritual strength, even if not learned, can do much on the missions. He commends himself to the prayers of his companions. 3. He has received very few letters from Europe. Two new missionaries have not as yet arrived. 4. He wishes to have news of Doctor López. The need for missionaries in India.
ISBN: 188081000X
Appears in Collections:Letters

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