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SEVENTEENTH AGE OF THE CHURCH

A. D.

1605 Clement VIII., Feb. 13, January 23, 29, March 7.

1605–1605 Leo XI., Feb. 13.

1605–1621 Paul V., Jan. 29, Feb. 4, May 17.

1621–1623 Gregory XV., Feb. 4, 13.

1623–1644 Urban VIII., Feb. 4, March 8, July 19.

1644–1655 Innocent X., July 17.

1655–1667 Alexander VII., June 15, July 19, Sept. 18.

1667–1669 Clement IX.

1670–1676 Clement X., Jan. 23.

1676–1689 Innocent XI., Nov. 24.

1689–1691 Alexander VIII., March 8, May 17.

1691–1700 Innocent XII., April 8, June 10, Nov. 24.

1603 Elizabeth.

1625 James I., Jan. 29.

1649 Charles I., May 26.

Commonwealth.

1684 Charles II.

1688 James II.

William III

1610 Henry IV

1643 Louis XIII.

Louis XIV

1604 Vasquez.

Richard Hall, vide Dodd.

1610 Laurence Scupoli, Nov. 10.

Robert Passons, vide Dodd.

1612 Richard White, vide Dodd.

1613 William Estius, July 9.

George Blackwell, vide Dodd

1616 John Pitts.

1618 Gregory Martin, vide Dodd.

Cardinal Perron, Jan. 29.

Richard Stonyhurst, vide Dodd.

1619 Cardinal Baronius, May 26, Nov 4.

1620 Alvarez de Paz, July 31, Oct 15.

1621 Cardinal Bellarmin, Jan 27.

Lessius.

Arcudius

1622 St. Francis de Sales, Jan 29.

Thomas Worthington, vide Dodd.

Thomas Wright, vide Dodd.

1624 Martin Becanus.

Lewis de Ponte, July 31.

1625 Antonio de Dominis.

1626 Comitolus

Thomas More, vide Dodd.

1629 Cardinal Berulle, May 26.

Thomas Lemos

1631 Sirmondus.

1632 Richard Gibbons, vide Dodd.

1633 Edward Weston, vide Dodd.

1634 Richard Brougton, vide Dodd.

1636 Tirinus

John Jones, vide Dodd.

1637 Corn. a Lapide

1638 Corn. Pantenius, of Ypres, Nov. 7.

1639 William Wright, vide Dodd.

1640 Edmund Stratford, vide Dodd.

Thomas Fltzherbert, vide Dodd.

1641 David Baker, vide Dodd.

John Floyd, vide Dodd.

Matthew Kellison, vide Dodd.

1643 De Lugo.

Anthony Champney, vide Dodd.

1645 Alvarez

1649 Sylvius.

1651 Peter Dupuy.

1652 Michael Alford, vide Dodd.

Petavius.

1655 Menochius.

Richard Smith, vide Dodd.

1656 James Dupuy.

Robert Jenison, vide Dodd.

1659 Morinus.

1661 Walton Polygl.

1662 Peter de Maria.

Peter Paschal

1663 Peter Theophilus.

Raynaldus.

1665 Holden.

Bollandus.

1667 Philip Labbe.

1669 Leo Allatius.

1669 Fratres Wallemburgenses.

1675 Fratres Wallemburgenses.

1672 Godeau.

1674 Arnold d’Andilly.

Bonacina.

Hugh Cressy, vide Dodd.

1676 Henry de Valois.

Thomas White, vide Dodd.

1677 Suarez.

1679 Combefis.

1680 Christopher Davenport, vide Dodd.

1684 Saci.

1685 D’Acheri.

Cabasutius

1686 Cotelier

L. Maimbourg.

1688 Thomas Ward, vide Dodd.

Thomas Godden, vide Dodd.

1690 Hermant

1694 Anthony Arnauld.

1695 Thomassin

Peter Nicole

1698 Tillemont

1699 Anthony Pagi.

Cardinal d’Aguirre.

1700 Abbé de Rance.

The following were remarkable for their sanctity in this age

St. Francis of Sales, Jan. 29.

The Martyrs of Japan, Feb. 5.

St. Turibius Leon, March 23.

St. Fidelis Martyr, Sigmariagen, April 24.

St. Mary Magdalen of Pazzi, May 25.

St. Gr. Lewis Barbadigo, Venice, June 15.

St. John Francis Regis, Languedoc, June 13.

St. Camilius de Lellis, July 14.

St. Vincent of Paul, Gascony, July 19.

St. Francis Solano, Spain, July 24.

St. Jane Francis de Chantal, Burgundy, Aug. 21.

St. Joseph Calasanctius, Spain, Aug. 27.

St. Rose of Lima, Aug. 30.

St. Joseph of Cupertino, Naples, Sept. 18.

A. D.

1603 Arminius, Aug. 28.

Gomar.

1611 Vorstius.

1618 Scots Presbyterians

1623 The Illuminated.

1638 Corn. Jansenius, July 19, Nov. 7.

Cyrillus Lucaris.

1655 George Fox, mov. feasts

Preadamites.

1670 Spinosa.

1678 Swicker, mov. feasts.

1687 Molinos, Nov. 24.

Bayle.

Richer.

Molindus.

Claude.

Jurieu.

On the origin and conversion of the Americans, Aug. 30.

The inhabitants of Brazil are converted by F. Joseph Anchietta, &c., Feb. 5.

The country of Paraguay is converted by the Jesuits.

1641 The Augustinus of Jansenius was condemned by Urban VIII.

1654 The five Propositions extracted from Jansenius’s book, were censured by Innocent X.

1656 These decrees were confirmed by Alexander VII.

1687 Innocent XI. condemns sixty-eight Propositions extracted from Molinos’s book.

1699 The book entitled. The Maxims of the Saints, censured and condemned.

1603 The Carmelite Nans settle in France, August 30.

1604 The Order of the Celestial Annunciades established, Feb. 4.

1610 The Order of the Visitation is founded by Saint Francis de Sales, Jan. 29, Aug. 21.

1611 The French Oratory is founded by Cardinal Berulle, May 26.

1617 The Congregation of the Mission founded by St. Vincent of Paul, July 19.

The poor regular Clergy of the plous schools founded by St. John Calasanctius, July 31, Aug. 27.

1642 The Seminary of St. Sulpice instituted, May 26.

1643 The Eudists founded, May 26.

1664 The reform of La Trappe, April 29.

Mass, Viaticum, and Extreme Unction, March 23.








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