3 edition of history of Our B. Lady of Loreto, 1608 found in the catalog.
history of Our B. Lady of Loreto, 1608
|Statement||Orazio Torsellino ; [translated out of Latin into English by Thomas Price].|
|Series||English recusant literature, 1558-1640 -- v.307|
|Contributions||Price, Thomas, 1571-1625.|
|LC Classifications||BX1750.A1 E5v.307|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||[iv, 38], 540,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||540|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Torsellino, Orazio, History of our B. Lady of Loreto. Ilkley [England]: Scolar Press, One of the newest arrivals in the University Library’s Rare Books department was a chance find on Ebay.
The History of Our B. Lady of Loreto (e) is a translation by Thomas Price of a Latin work by the Italian Jesuit Orazio Torsellino, and was printed at the English College at St Omer in It told the miraculous tale of how the Virgin Mary’s house—a site of pilgrimage that had.
Orazio Torsellino, History of our B. Lady of Loreto (The Scolar Press, facsimile edition; pp. plus prefatory and end matter). Also available in the edition via EEBO. Critiques of miracles: Franco Sacchetti, Il libro delle trecentonovelle, ed. Ettori Li Gotti (Milan: Valentino Bompiani, ), novella no.p.
Always as our Lady, our Mother and our Savior's mother, Mary history of Our B. Lady of Loreto appeared as apparitions under many titles to many diverse peoples in different periods of history. She suffered a sword piercing her heart as she watched her son's Passion and Death, and she is constantly alert to even our smallest sufferings.
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