Life Of Cardinal Manning (volume 1); Manning As An Anglican by Edmund Sheridan PurcellLife Of Cardinal Manning (volume 1); Manning As An Anglican by Edmund Sheridan Purcell

Life Of Cardinal Manning (volume 1); Manning As An Anglican

byEdmund Sheridan Purcell

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1895. Excerpt: ... CHAPTER XIX ARCHDEACON MANNING IN HOME 28th November 1847 to Uth May 1848. On reaching Rome, Archdeacon Manning met the Right Hon. Sidney Herbert and his wife, recently married; and renewed intimacy with him which was soon extended to Mrs. Herbert. They both placed themselves under Archdeacon Manning's spiritual direction. He was, also, on friendly terms with Miss Florence Nightingale, the Trenches, and the Rev. John Sterling, well known as a Rationalistic writer, and the founder of the Eclectic Club in London. In company with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert, Manning attended, but very occasionally, the English Protestant Church outside the walls. Archdeacon Manning's Diary gives a graphic account of what was passing in Rome in the eventful year of 1848, and, what is still more interesting, recounts his personal impressions, not only of the revolutionary movement, but of the worship, devotions, and the spiritual life and teaching of the Church in the city of the Popes. The first entry on the Diary records his arrival in Rome, and then goes on as follows:--First Sunday in Advent, 28th November.--Rome. Scirocco and rain, thermometer in east room, 58. 29th.--Scirocco and rain, but not kept at home either day. Close and warm. Th. 58. On Monday night S. Broechi told me that the Pope, when young, intended to go into the Austrian army. Then became a cadet under Napoleon. Then was made one of the Guardia Nobile by Pius VII. But having vertigo could not ride. Pius VII. said, "Mio caro Mastai, you have not a soldier's face but a priest's." Mastai said he would do whatever the Pope advised. He studied and was ordained. He then became head of a school for 70 poor boys, who in the day went out to their trades and at night came home and were instructed. Then he went as missionary...
Title:Life Of Cardinal Manning (volume 1); Manning As An AnglicanFormat:PaperbackDimensions:258 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.54 inPublished:February 2, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217233783

ISBN - 13:9780217233781