By Joseph McCabe
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Will be remembered. stormy Neapolitan, an ardent Italian patriot, he would, as he sat over his fiery southern wine, express the fiercest disdain of the Spaniards, and trust to see them He had disliked swept out of the Italian peninsula. Ignatius and, Sacchini says, spoken slightingly of him after his death. On the other hand, he was a deeply religious man and sincere reformer, and he recognised that there was precious stuff, from the Church’s point Should he fuse it with of view, in this new Society.
When the Jesuits who had broken this law, refused to yield, they were excommunicated by the Vicar-General, and a pleasant procession was arranged by the townsfolk, in which effigies of damned Jesuits were propelled toward their destination by little devils. The Augustinians were popular. But the long arm of Ignatius was extended once more, and the Papal Nuncio intervened in favour of the Jesuits. Before many years the Jesuits won from the Pope a declaration that the law did not apply to They them, and they might build where they pleased.
Long before the Society was authorised,\the Pope was induced to employ the Jesuits He had chosen Rodriguez and for important missions. Xavier, at the pressing request of the King of Portugal, to carry the gospel to the Indies ; he had sent Lainez and Favre, at the prayer of a distinguished cardinal, Other to fight the growth of Protestantism in Parma. members of the little group had gone to discharge special missions, and glowing reports of their success came to Rome. The Pope was won, and, when the 26 THE JESUITS Pope willed, it would hardly need a miracle to induce Cardinal Guiddiccioni to read a document which it was his office to read; Indeed, the statement that he refused for twelve months to read a paper which the Pope enjoined him to read is incredible ; it was a good pretext for a change of mind, and for a miracle.
A Candid History of the Jesuits by Joseph McCabe