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Title: Jesuit Schools and Missions in the Orient
Authors: Manso, Maria de Deus
Seabra, Leonor
Editors: Sarmento, Clara
Brusaca, Sara
Sousa, Silvia
Keywords: jesuíta
Companhia de Jesus
expansão portuguesa
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Citation: (Coautoria com Leonor Diaz de Seabra): “Jesuit Schools and Missions in the Orient”, In Permanent Transit. Discourses and Maps The Intercultural Experience, Clara Sarmento, Sara Brusaca e Silvia Sousa (ed.), Newcastle –upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012, cap. 12, pp. 281-286.177-210.
Abstract: On 27th February 1540, the Papal Bull Regimini Militantis Eclesiae estabilished the oficial institution of The Society of Jesus, centred on Ignacio de Layola. Its creation marked the begining of a new Order that would accomplish its apostolic mission through education and evangelisation. The Society´s first apostolic activity was in service of the Portuguese Crown. Thus, Jesuits became involdev within the missionary structure of the Portuguese Patronage and ended up preaching massively across non-European spaces and societies.
ISBN: 1-4438-4069-6
Type: bookPart
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