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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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Washington, KY and a doctoral candidate in the Education and Social Change program at at Bellarmine University (Louisville, KY).
Still, I can't fathom how anyone who knowsthe Jesus I encountered at Bellarmine could be comfortable with this administration.
Judging from the type of Christianity that is practised and preached by some Trump supporters, they must know a Jesus whose message is "Every man for himself." At Bellarmine, we had to perform 100 hours of community service before graduating.
Clayton was instrumental in the discovery and implementation of consumer electronic innovations, including the VCR, DVDs, satellite TV, HDTV and satellite radio, an obituary released Monday from Bellarmine University notes.
Five of them, including a bust by the great 17th-century sculptor Gian Lorenzo Bernini of Jesuit Cardinal Robert Bellarmine (1542-1621), one of the most important churchmen of his day and Fairfield's patron saint, were delivered from the Gesu itself.
at Bellarmine University, 2001 Newburg Road in the Amelia Brown Frazier Hall.
Mrs Liggat's Reception Class at St Robert Bellarmine Catholic Primary School, Bootle
But the ashtag trend (http://www.kansascity.com/living/religion/article135664333.html) has its critics , and the debate on whether the ashtag is appropriate has grown louder every year. Two years ago, a theology professor from Bellarmine University took to Twitter to voice his doubts about the trend.
In a statement read by provincial planning officer Robert Bellarmine Bajo, the resigned officials said they 'could no longer work harmoniously and effectively with the current administration.'
Much of what occurred can be attributed to the strong personalities of the individual Jesuit antagonists, and Cardinal Robert Bellarmine will prove to be one of the most important of those personages.
Among the protagonists of the Galileo case, a special attention must be devoted to Cardinal Robert Bellarmine (1542-1621), a consultor of the Holy Office.
Robert Cardinal Bellarmine, acting on behalf of the Holy Office, privately warned Galileo not to teach the Copernican view as having been established, and Galileo apparently agreed to comply.