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Bellarmine

Saint Robert. 1542--1621, Italian Jesuit theologian and cardinal; an important influence during the Counter-Reformation
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Im excited and appreciative to partner with the Civic Data Alliance and Bellarmine University to produce Hack the Highlands, said Coan.
Matthew Rong from St Robert Bellarmine Catholic Primary
Robert Bellarmine, a Jesuit theologian and Inquisition figure of the late 16th and early 17th centuries, after whom the school was named in 1948.
Aristotelian natural philosophy, Bellarmine, Clavius, Copernicanism, Galileo Commission, Roman College
Cooper, a 1999 Assumption graduate and 2,000-point scorer for the Greyhounds, is in his fourth season on Bellarmine coach Scott Davenport's staff.
Bellarmine jars originated in Germany and were often reused as witches' jars, filled with a bizarre concoction of urine, nail clippings and hair and buried in the belief they would ward off spells or evil spirits.
The Archpriest George Blackwell's acceptance of the oath, which Pope Paul V had condemned, brought Cardinal Robert Bellarmine into the debate, which was focused on the papal potestas indirecta.
THIS striking pottery jug was known as a greybeard when it first appeared in 17th-century Britain - but these days it's more likely to be called a bellarmine.
Central to the book's arguments are the writings of Cardinal Bellarmine and a series of Catholic apologists, especially Nicholas Sander and Robert Persons.
He is the author of numerous books and articles, including Galileo, Bellarmine and the Bible (1991), and is the translator of A Defense of Galileo the Mathematician from Florence (1994).
The author's books include Galileo, Bellarmine, and the Bible (1991) and a translation of A Defense of Galileo, the Mathematician from Florence (1994).