Published March 23, 2001
by Adamant Media Corporation .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||183|
An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. The Jesuits in China and the legation of Cardinal de Tournon: an examination of conflicting evidence and an attempt at an impartial judgment. Jesuits in China and the legation of Cardinal de Tournon. London: Nutt, (OCoLC) Named Person: Carlo Tommaso Maillard de Tournon; Carlo Tommaso Maillard de Tournon: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Robert C Jenkins; Carlo Tommaso Maillard de Tournon. Jesuits in China and the legation of Cardinal de Tournon. London: Nutt, (OCoLC) Named Person: Carlo Tommaso Maillard de Tournon: Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Robert C Jenkins; Carlo Tommaso Maillard de Tournon. THE JESUITS IN CHINA AND THE LEGATION OF CARDINAL DE TOURNON AN EXAMINATION OF CONFLICTING EVIDENCE AND AN ATTEMPT AT AN IMPARTIAL JUDGMENT BY ROBERT C. JENKINS, M.A. ii RECTOR AND VICAR OF LYMINGE, HON. CANON OF CANTERBURY Finita est causa sed nondum finitur error.
Jesuits in china and the legation of cardinal de tournon Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content. Please, subscribe or login to access all content. The Jesuits in China - jstor. Filed under: — cotyx @ The Jesuits in China and the Legation of Cardinal De Tournon. The first volume of an annotated English translation of a hitherto unpublished manuscript record of the papal legation of Maillard de Tournon (–) by the German Jesuit Kilian Stumpf (–) is now available to Western and Chinese scholars. 68 Few of the latter read Latin but many more read English. It is not only an important. The Jesuits in China and the legation of Cardinal de Tournon: an examination of conflicting evidence and an attempt at an impartial judgment. London: Nutt, ;-Lucini, Luigi Maria. Esame e difesa del decreto publicato in pudisceri da monsignor Carlo Tommaso di Tournon.
Biography. Tournon was born of a noble Savoyard family at Turin on 21 December ; died in confinement at Macau, 8 June After graduating in canon and civil law he went to Rome where he gained the esteem of Clement XI, who on 5 December , appointed him legate a latere to the East Indies and the Qing Empire of China. The purpose of this legation was to establish harmony among . Author: Kilian Stumpf SJ The Acta Pekinensia is a Latin manuscript found in the Jesuit Roman Archives. It is a record of the papal legation to China of Charles Maillard de Tournon, from his arrival in China to his death in Macau. It was compiled by Kilian Stumpf, a German See More. On 4 December , the Vatican’s legatus a latere Charles-Thomas Maillard de Tournon (–) reached Beijing, having been sent by Pope Clement XI (b. , r. –21) to investigate the developing conflict between different Catholic orders over the so-called Chinese rites controversy. Tournon, a Savoyard. The visit to China of the Papal Legate Charles Thomas Maillard de Tournon was a decisive turning point both in the history of Christian missions in China and the history of the Society of Jesus.