|Author:||Saint-Jure, Jean-Baptiste, 1588-1657.|
|Title:||The holy life of Monr. De Renty, a late nobleman of France and sometimes councellor to King Lewis the 13th.: Wrintten [sic] in French by John Baptist S. Jure. And faithfully translated into English, by E.S. Gent.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The holy life of Monr. De Renty, a late nobleman of France and sometimes councellor to King Lewis the 13th.: Wrintten [sic] in French by John Baptist S. Jure. And faithfully translated into English, by E.S. Gent.
Saint-Jure, Jean-Baptiste, 1588-1657., E. S., Gent.
London: Printed for John Crook, at the sign of the Ship in S. Pauls Church-yard, 1658. [i.e. 1657]
|Alternate titles:||Vie de Monsieur de Renty. English|
Renty, Gaston-Jean-Baptiste, -- baron de, -- 1611-1648.
TO THE READER.
THE AUTHOURS ADVERTISEMENT TO THE READER.
A TABLE OF THE CHAPTERS AND SECTIONS.
THE HOLY LIFE OF Monr De RENTY, &c.
CHAP. 1. Of his Birth, Infancy and Youth.
CHAP. 2. His Marriage, and course of life, to the age of 27 years.
CHAP. 3. His entire change and call to a high Perfection.
SECT. 1. His Vertues in general.
SECT. 2. The Source from whence these Vertues flowed.
PART. II. His Vertues in particular, and first, the Vertues which did perfect him in regard of himself.
CHAP. 1. His Penances and Austerities.
CHAP. 2. Of his Poverty.
SECT. 1. Of his Poverty of spirit.
SECT. 2. His outward Poverty.
CHAP. 3. His Humility.
SECT. 1. His Humbleness of Heart.
SECT. 2. The pursuance of his Humility in heart.
SECT. 3. His Humility in words.
SECT. 4. His Humility in his actions.
SECT. 5. His love of a private and retired life.
CHAP. 4. Of the disesteem he made of the world.
CHAP. 5. Of his Patience.
SECT. I. A pursuit of the same subject.
SECT. 2. His Domestick crosses.
CHAP. 6. Of his Mortification.
CHAP. 1. His application to our Lord Jesus Christ, in re∣gard of his Neighbour.
CHAP. 2. His Charity to his Neighbour taken in general.
SECT. 1. His Charity to the poor.
SECT. 2. Of his Charity to poor sick men.
SECT. 3. A further prosecution of the same Charity, and the success.
SECT. 4. His zeal for the Salvation of his Neighbour.
SECT. 5. Of the same Subject.
SECT. 6. The Continuation of the same subject.
SECT. 7. Certain other qualities of his zeal.
SECT. 8. Two other qualities of his zeal.
SECT. 9. The success which God gave to his zeal.
SECT. 10. His grace in assisting particularly some choice souls.
SECT. 11. The great skill he had in the Interior matters of the Soul.
CHAP. 2. His outward behaviour and Conversation.
CHAP. 3. His conduct of his business.
CHAP. 4. The excellent use he made of all things, and his application to the Infancy of our Lord for that purpose.
PART. IV. His Vertues, whereby he was ele∣vated and united to God.
CHAP. 1. His Interiour, and his Application to the Sa∣cred Trinity.
CHAP. 2. His Faith.
CHAP. 3. His Hope.
CHAP. 4. His Love of God.
CHAP. 5. His great Reverence and Fear of God, which produceth in him a most admirable purity of Conscience.
CHAP. 6. His great Reverence to Holy Things.
CHAP. 7. His devotion to the Holy Sacrament.
CHAP. 8. His Prayer.
CHAP. 9. The state of his Mystical Death and Anni∣lation.
SECT. 1. Of the same subject.
SECT. 2. Continuation of the same subject.
CHAP. 10. Of his Corporal death.
THE CONCLUTION OF THE WORK.