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  • Author:
    Philip Caraman
  • ISBN:
    0582107989
  • ISBN13:
    978-0582107984
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  • Publisher:
    Prentice Hall Press; 1St Edition edition (July 1969)
  • Pages:
    238 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Europe
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Father Philip Caraman, SJ. Roman Catholic priest, historian, biographer, professor. Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature (FRSL). His works chiefly concentrate on the history the Society of Jesus; including important figures such as martyrs and saints, the Jesuits' missionary activities, and the persecution of Catholics in Elizabethan and Jacobean Great Britain. Books by Philip Caraman. Mor. rivia About Norway.

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Saints and ourselves. The Western rising, 1549.

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That done, Caraman returned to Norway, working first in Trondheim and . To Philip Caraman that was a double vocation which he embraced fully and fruitfully.

That done, Caraman returned to Norway, working first in Trondheim and then in Tonsberg, where the cameras captured him blessing a new ship in the yards. After three years he returned to England and was soon at work on a history of the Gregorian University. His book on the journeying of 17th-century Jesuits into Tibet (Tibet: the Jesuit century) was published only last month and at Caraman's own request was toasted by his brethren at Farm Street in traditional style. He had been a Jesuit priest and a Jesuit writer 53 years.