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Author: Palafox y Mendoza, Juan de, 1600-1659.
Title: The spiritual year, or, Devout contemplations digested into distinct arguments for every month in the year and for every week in that month.
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The spiritual year, or, Devout contemplations digested into distinct arguments for every month in the year and for every week in that month.
Palafox y Mendoza, Juan de, 1600-1659.

London: Printed for Samuel Smith ..., 1693.
Alternate titles: Año espiritual. English
Notes:
Translation of: Año espiritual.
Translation contains additions and modifications of Palafox's text. Cf. Palau y Dulcet.
Added engraved t.p.
Written by Juan de Palafox y Mendoza. Cf. BM.
Advertisements on p.[1]-[4] at end.
Reproduction of original in British Library.
Includes index.
Subject terms:
Devotional literature -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A54710.0001.001

Contents
frontispiece
title page
THE PUBLISHER TO THE READER.
THE Author's PREFACE.
AN INDEX OF THE Several Subjects treated of in each Month and Week of this Spiritual Year.
THE Spiritual Year.
JANƲARY.
The First WEEK.
The Second WEEK.
The Third WEEK.
The Fourth WEEK.
FEBRƲARY.
The First WEEK.
The Second WEEK.
The Third WEEK.
The Fourth WEEK.
MARCH.
The First WEEK.
The Second WEEK.
The Third WEEK.
The Fourth WEEK.
APRIL.
The First WEEK.
The Second WEEK.
The Third WEEK.
The Fourth WEEK.
THE SECOND PART OF THE Spiritual Year, IN May, June, July, August.
MAY.
The First WEEK.
Of the Divine Benefits.
Of the Benefit of Creation.
The Second WEEK.
Of the Institution of Matrimony.
Of Civil Society, and Government.
The Third WEEK.
section
Of the Benefit of Preservation, whereby we our selves have been delivered from particular Dangers.
Of the Preservation of our Souls.
Of the Guard of Angels.
The Fourth WEEK.
JƲNE.
The First WEEK.
The Second WEEK.
Of Repentance and Absolution.
Of the Holy Eucharist.
The Third WEEK.
The Fourth WEEK.
Of the Kingdom of Grace.
Of the Purity of Intentions.
Of Purity of Conscience.
JƲLY.
The First WEEK.
Of Temptations, and the Grace of God in them.
That it is no easie matter to be saved, but that it is necessary to fight.
Of the Grace of God.
The Second WEEK.
The Third WEEK.
section
Of the Mystery of the Incarnation.
Of the Birth of our Lord.
The Fourth WEEK.
section
The Adoration of the Kings.
Of His Presentation in the Temple.
Of his Flight into Egypt.
Of the other Mysteries.
AƲGƲST.
The First WEEK.
The Second WEEK.
The Eve of the Passion.
Of the Last Supper, and of the washing of his Disciples Feet.
Of the Institution of the Holy Sacrament.
Of the Consecration of the Apostles.
The Third WEEK.
The Fourth WEEK.
THE THIRD PART OF THE Spiritual Year, IN September, October, November, December.
SEPTEMBER.
The First WEEK.
Of the Vertue of Religion; and of the manner of Governing the Cardinal and Moral Vertues, by that of Religion.
Of the Application of Christian Works.
The Second WEEK.
section
Of Justice, and of Good and Evil Judges.
Of Fortitude
The Third WEEK.
section
Of the Manner of Governing the Moral Vertues by the Cardinal.
Of Judging falsly.
The Fourth WEEK.
OCTOBER.
The First WEEK.
Of Liberality, and its contrary, Covetous∣ness.
Of Chastity and Abstinence.
The Mischiefs of Sensuality.
Of Remedies against Sensuality.
Of Gluttony.
The Second WEEK.
Of Patience.
Of Anger.
Of Moderation in speaking, and the mischiefs of the Tongue.
Of Silence.
The Third WEEK.
section
Remedies against Envy.
Of Charity to our Neighbours.
Of Courtesie.
The Fourth WEEK.
NOVEMBER.
The First WEEK.
Of the Twelve Fruits of the Holy Spirit in General.
Of Charity, the first Fruit of the Holy Spirit.
The Second WEEK.
The Third WEEK.
The Fourth WEEK.
section
Of Continence.
DECEMBER.
The First WEEK.
section
Of the Fruit of Patience.
The Second WEEK.
section
Of Meekness.
The Third WEEK.
section
Of the Fruit of Chastity.
The Fourth WEEK.
A Catalogue of Books Printed for Samuel Smith, at the Prince's Arms in St. Paul's Church-yard. 1692.