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Title: Suggestion for a Mission in Ethiopia (No. 2 in Appendix: VIII 680-690 : Spanish): Fr Juan Nunez, Patriarch 20 February 1555 from Rome of Ethiopia in Lisbon
Authors: Ignatius, of Loyola
Keywords: Ethiopia
Ecclesiastical institutions
Roman Church
Prester John
King of Ethiopia,
Mission to Ethiopia
Abyssinia Ethiopia
Issue Date: 20-Jan-1555
Publisher: Hurstpierpoint Sussex: Inigo Enterprises, 1995.
Citation: Selected Letters by Michael Ivens; Edited and Translated by Joseph A. Munitiz
Series/Report no.: Inigo: Letters Personal and Spiritual;p.239-49
Abstract: This blueprint for a mission on which Ignatius had set his heart, to the point of offering to join the group of envoys, may well make depressing reading, shot through as it is with many of the narrow prejudices of a Roman Church still unaccustomed to respecting the rites of other Christian Churches. On the other hand, the breadth of vision, the originality, and ultimately the trust in the judgement of those being sent explain much of Ignatius' success as an inspirer of men.
Description: Reminders that may be of Service for Bringing Back the Kingdoms of Prester John to Union with the Catholic Church and Religion Sent to Fr. Juan Nunez
ISBN: 0951311816
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