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Title: Review for Religious
Authors: The Jesuit Fathers
Keywords: Contemplation and Mental Prayer, by G. Augustine Ellard
Refresher on Indulgences, by Winfrid Herbst
Consecration to Mary, by T.N. Jorgensen
St. Peter Canisius on the Our Father, by John A. Hardon
Anglican Religious life, by C. J. McNaspy
Issue Date: 15-Sep-1948
Publisher: Kansas: The College Press, 1948.
Citation: Edited by The Jesuit Fathers Saint Mary’s College St. Marys, Kansas
Series/Report no.: Review for Religious;Volume 7. Number 5
Abstract: CONTEMPLATION in a very general sense is usually taken to be a simple view of something. Thus, in the Summa Theologica (II-II, 180, 3), St. Thomas writes that contemplation refers to a simple view of truth People watching a theatrical spectacle or looking at an athletic contest or inspecting works of art in the museum or viewing a beautiful landscape are contemplating, and obviously too they are doing it with...
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