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  • Title: Chapter: About the Author, the People, and the Background of this Book
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    • preparation for the priesthood. He completed his studies in the year that
    • their priestly functions of celebrating the Mass and preaching to their
    • a priest, I would esteem it a great gift that I was able to make shoes, and
    • with his friend, the learned priest, Franc van Coudenberg, and himself.
    • At the age of twenty-four Jan van Ruysbroeck was ordained a priest, and was
    • into the church. As he did so, he saw that a visiting missionary priest had
    • that this priest had a serious speech defect. To the uncle's astonishment,
    • priests, theological students from the University of Paris, arrived and
    • be ordained a priest. This he refused, and refused repeatedly to the end of
    • leadership of Wat Tyler, and the priest, John Ball. Stories tell how at the
    • Mass, and began to perform the other priestly functions. About this time he
    • general of the diocese of Breslau. As a simple parish priest in the village
    • the Catholic church in Breslau. Now a Franciscan priest, he organized the
  • Title: Chapter: Cardinal Nicolas of Cusa
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    • priest, which raised him to the dignity of Cardinal, prevented him from
    • contrast. — Nicolas was “prevented by his priestly cloth” from
  • Title: Chapter: The Friendship with God
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    • of his vocation as a priest. He is not intent upon confronting Christianity
    • pious priest. But nevertheless, in his world of ideas the Scriptures become
    • weltpriestere gewiset wart uffe demuetige gehorsamme,
    • Humble Obedience by a holy secular Priest, 1338;
    • Teutonic Knight, a priest and a custodian in the house of the Teutonic
    • and feelings is that of a pious priest of his time. Here it is not a matter
    • He too is a pious priest and lives wholly in the Christian realm of
  • Title: Preface: Preface to the First Edition, 1901
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  • Title: Chapter: Valentin Weigel and Jacob Boehme
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    • himself. The zealotry of priestly fanaticism makes his life difficult. He



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