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Author: Outreman, Philippe d', 1585-1652.
Title: The true Christian catholique or The maner how to liue Christianly. Gathered forth of the holie Scriptures, and ancient fathers, confirmed and explained by sundrie reasons, apte similitudes, and examples. By the Reuerend Father F. Phillip Doultreman, of the Societie of Iesus. And turnd out of Frenche into Englishe by Iohn Heigham.
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The true Christian catholique or The maner how to liue Christianly. Gathered forth of the holie Scriptures, and ancient fathers, confirmed and explained by sundrie reasons, apte similitudes, and examples. By the Reuerend Father F. Phillip Doultreman, of the Societie of Iesus. And turnd out of Frenche into Englishe by Iohn Heigham.
Outreman, Philippe d', 1585-1652., Heigham, John, fl. 1639,

At S. Omers: [Printed by C. Boscard], with permission of superiors, Anno 1622.
Alternate titles: Vrai chrétien catholique. English Le vrai chrétien catholique. True Christian catholique or The maner how to live Christianly. Maner how to live Christianly.
Notes:
A translation of: Le vrai chrétien catholique.
Printer's name from STC.
With three final contents leaves.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Subject terms:
Christian life -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A08590.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE RIGHT WORTHY LADY, THE LADY ELIZABETH WILLOVGHBY, DAVGHTER to I. Thornbrough, Lord Bishopp of Worcester.
THE PREFACE.
Of the true Christian Catholique or The maner how to liue Christianly. THE I. BOOKE. Of the flight from sinne.
THE I. CHAPTER. Of the name Christian.
EXAMPLES.
THE II. CHAPTER. Of mortall and veniall sinne.
§. What mortall sinne is, and what de∣triments it bringeth to the soule.
EXAMPLES.
§. 2. How much mortall sinne is detestable, horrible, and stinking.
EXAMPLES.
§. 3. By mortall sinne, we crucifie againe Iesus Christ.
EXAMPLES.
§. 4. Of veniall sinne.
EXAMPLES.
THE III. CHAPTER. Of sinnes of will only, and of thought.
EXAMPLES.
THE IV. CHAPTER. Of the sinnes of the Tongue.
EXAMPLES.
§. 1. of Swearing.
EXAMPLES.
§. 2. Of Blasphemie.
EXAMPLES.
§. 3. Of Malediction, and of wicked Im∣precation.
EXAMPLES.
§. 4. Of contumelious wordes.
EXAMPLES.
§. 5. Of Detraction.
EXAMPLES.
§. 6. of Lying.
EXAMPLES.
§. 7. Of songes, and of dishonest wordes.
EXAMPLES.
THE V. CHAPTER. Of the sinnes of parents and their children.
§. 1. Of the negligence of parents to correct their children from their tendre youth, and to instruct them in matters of faith, and of good maners.
EXAMPLES.
§. 2. Of the sinnes of Children, towards their parents.
EXAMPLES.
§. 3. Other considerations for the fathers of families, touching the gouuerment of their houshold: and particularly to∣wards their men and women seruants.
EXAMPLES.
THE VI. CHAPTER. Of the Seauen capitall sinnes.
§. 1. Of Pride and Superbitie.
EXAMPLES.
§. 2. Of Couetousnes.
EXAMPLES.
§. 3. Of the sinne of Luxurie.
EXAMPLES.
§. 4. Particular Considerations, against the sinne of voluntarie Pollution.
EXAMPLES.
§. 5. Of the sinne of Enuie.
EXAMPLES.
§. 6. Of Gluttonie and Drunkennes.
EXAMPLES.
§ 7. Of the sinne of Anger.
EXAMPLES.
§. 8. Of the sinne of Slouth.
EXAMPLES.
THE VII. CHAPTER. Of certaine remedies and meanes, wherby not to fall into sinne.
§. 1. Of flying the occasions of sinne.
EXAMPLES.
§. 2. Of the mindfulnes of the presence of God.
EXAMPLES.
§. 3. Of the remembrance of the most do∣lorous passion of our Lord.
EXAMPLES.
§. 4. Of the memorie of death.
EXAMPLES OF SODAINE death.
EXAMPLES OF THOSE who refrained from sinne, by the remembrance of death.
§. 5. Of the memorie of Iudgment.
EXAMPLES.
§. 6. Of hell, and of the Eternitie of the accursed.
EXAMPLES.
§. 7. Of the memorie of heauen, and of the eternitie of the blessed.
EXAMPLES.
The true Christian Catholique, or The maner how to liue Christianly, THE SECOND BOOKE.
THE PROLOGVE.
THE 1. CHAPTER. Of the signe of the Crosse.
§. 1. Of the ancient vse and custome, to make the signe of the Crosse, at the be∣gining and ending of our workes: and how dangerous it is, ether to eate or drinke, not makinge before hand this holy signe.
EXAMPLES.
§. 2. That this signe is a preseruatiue a∣gainst all danger, and particularly against the tentations of the diuel?
EXAMPLES.
THE II. CHAPTER. Of Prayer and Thanksgiuing which a Christian ought to make morning and euening, before, and after meate. And of the inuocation of our B. Lady, of our Angell Gardian, and our other Patrons.
§. 1. Of the prayer which a Christian ought to make, morning and euening.
EXAMPLES.
§. 2. Of thanks giuing which we ought to render to God in all times, but particu∣larly after meate and drinke.
EXAMPLES.
§. 3. Of prayer, examen of conscience, and Inuocation of Saintes, which a Chri∣stian ought to make before he sleepe.
§. 1. Of the examen of our conscience.
The Act of Contrition put in practise.
EXAMPLES OF CON∣trition.
EXAMPLES.
§. 4. Of holie water, wherewith a Chri∣stian ought to sprinkle him selfe, at his going in, or coming out of his bed and chamber.
EXAMPLES.
§. 5. Of Agnus Deies.
EXAMPLES.
§. 6. Of the Reliques of Saintes.
EXAMPLES.
THE III. CHAPTER. Of the three Theologicall virtues, Faith, Hope, and Charitie.
§. 1. Of faith.
EXAMPLES.
§. 2. Of Ignorance in thinges of faith, how dangerous it is, and which the points are, that necessarily are to be knowen.
EXAMPLES.
§. 3. Of Hope.
EXAMPLES.
§. 4. Of distrust of our selues: and how we must neuer begin, nor vndertake any thinge, but first to recommend the same to God.
EXAMPLES.
§. 5. Of Charitie, and particularly of that which we owe vnto God.
The properties of the loue of God.
EXAMPLES.
§. 6. Of Charitie towards our neigh∣bour.
EXAMPLES.
THE IV. CHAPTER. Of the seauen virtues contrary to the capitall sinnes.
§. 1. Of the virtu of Humilitie.
EXAMPLES.
§. 2. Of Liberallitie.
§. 3. Of Chastitie.
EXAMPLES.
§. 4. Of Charitie.
EXAMPLES.
§. 6. Of the virtu of Patience.
EXAMPLES.
§. 7. Of spirituall diligence.
EXAMPLES.
THE V. CHAPTER. Of the holy sacrifice of the Masse.
§. 1. Of the fruites and vtilities of the Masse.
§. 2. Of the reuerence and attention we ought to haue, during the sacrifice of the Masse.
EXAMPLES.
§. 3. Of the vtilities of the Masse proued by examples, with some remarkable pu∣nishments of those who haue despiced the same.
THE VI. CHAPTER. Of Confession, or of the Sacrament of Pennance.
§. 1. Of Contrition.
Sect. 1. EXAMPLES FOR THE first part of Contrition.
Sect. 2. of the second part of Contrition.
EXAMPLES.
§. 2. Of Confession.
EXAMPLES.
§. 3. Of frequent Confession, and how dā∣gerous it is for to delay it.
EXAMPLES.
§. 4. Of Generall Confession.
§. 5. Of Satisfaction, the third part of the Sacrament of Penance.
§. 6. Of Indulgences.
EXAMPLES.
§. 7. Of the paines of Purgatorie.
EXAMPLES.
§. 8. Of prayers or suffrages for the departed.
EXAMPLES.
THE VII. CHAPTER. Of satisfactorie workes, Fasting, Almes, and Prayers.
§. 1. Of Fasting.
EXAMPLES.
§. 2. Of Almes.
EXAMPLES.
§. 3. That we neuer loose any thinge, no not in this present life, by giuing almes.
EXAMPLES.
§. 4. How rigorously God hath punished those, which had no pittie of the poore.
EXAMPLES.
§. 5. Of Prayer. How excellent, profitable, and necessarie it is.
EXAMPLES.
§. 6. Of the conditions required to pray protfiably.
EXAMPLES.
THE VIII. CHAPTER. Of Communion.
§. Of the necessitie and vtilitie of Com∣munion.
EXAMPLES.
§. 2. Of the preparation and deuotion re∣quisite to communicat well.
EXAMPLES.
THE IX. CHAPTER. Of hearing sermons, or the word of God.
EXAMPLES.
§. 1. Of the efficacie of the worde of God.
EXAMPLES.
THE X. CHAPTER. Of the singular deuotion, which the good Christian ought to haue to our B. Lady.
EXAMPLES.
APPROBATIO.
A Summarie of the Chapters and Para∣graphes, contayned in these two bookes.