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Author: Mumford, J. (James), 1606-1666.
Title: A remembrance for the living to pray for the dead made by a Father of the Soc. of Iesus.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A remembrance for the living to pray for the dead made by a Father of the Soc. of Iesus.
Mumford, J. (James), 1606-1666.

[St. Omer: s.n., 1641]
Notes:
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Catholic Church -- Liturgy.
Prayers for the dead.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A51595.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE Deuout and Charitable READER.
A Remembrance for the Liuing, to pray for the Dead.
The Preface.
CHAP. I. PVRGATORY proued by all kind of sacred Authority.
CHAP. II. Purgatory proued by Reason grounded in Scripture.
CHAP. III. The first Motiue to pray for the Soules in Purgatory which is, The great∣nes of the sensible Paines they suffer.
CHAP. IV: The second Motiue, drawne from the intolerable paines the soules suf∣fer, by being banished from the sight of God.
CHAP. V. The third Motiue taken from the long time that these Paines do indure.
CHAP. VI. That for the loue we beare to God, we ought to be much moued to help the Soulet in Purgatory.
CHAP. VII. That, by offering our actions for the Soules in Purgatory, we purchase many great Commodities for our selues, and sustaine no Jncommodity.
CHAP. VIII. That by offering our actions for the Soules in Purgatory, we do not merit lesse, but more.
CHAP. IX. That our actions offered vp for the soules in Purgatory, are not lesse, but more impetratory of other fauours.
CHAP. X. That by offering our Actions for the Soules in Purgatory, we do not lesse, but more satisfy for our owne Sinnes.
CHAP. XI. That by offering our Actions for the Soules in Purgatory, we haue great hope of escaping eyther all, or a good part of Purgatory.
CHAP. XII. That it is not against charity to our selues to offer our Actions for the soules in Purgatory but it is rather against it, not to offer them.
CHAP. XIII. By what meanes we may help the soules in Purgatory.
CHAP. XIIII. Of Indulgences.
CHAP. XV. Two other meanes of higher Perfecti∣on, by which we may relieue the Soules in Purgatory.
CHAP XVI. To what Soules in Purgatory we are chiefly to apply our satisfa∣ctory works.
CHAP. XVII. The perfect practise of all contey∣ned in this Booke.
A TABLE Of the Chapters of this Booke.
THREE AND THIRTY most godly & deuout Prayers or Salutations, to be recited in honour of the Sacred Life & Passion of our Blessed Sa∣uiour sweet Iesus, for faith∣full Soules departed: After ech wherof, must be said the Psalme, Miserere.
THE I. PRAYER.
THE II. PRAYER.
THE III. PRAYER.
THE IV. PRAYER.
THE V. PRAYER.
THE VI. PRAYER.
THE VII. PRAYER.
THE VIII. PRAYER.
THE IX. PRAYER.
THE X. PRAYER.
THE XI. PRAYER.
THE XII. PRAYER.
THE XIII. PRAYER
THE XIV. PRAYER.
THE XV. PRAYER.
THE XVI. PRAYER.
THE XVII. PRAYER.
THE XVIII. PRAYER.
THE XIX. PRAYER.
THE XX. PRAYER.
THE XXI. PRAYER.
THE XXII. PRAYER.
THE XXIII. PRAYER.
THE XXIV. PRAYER.
THE XXV. PRAYER.
THE XXVI. PRAYER.
THE XXVII. PRAYER.
THE XXVIII. PRAYER.
THE XXIX. PRAYER.
THE XXX. PRAYER
THE XXXI. PRAYER.
THE XXXII. PRAYER.
THE XXXIII. PRAYER.
The Conclusion.