This volume presents key spiritual writings by members of the Theatine religious order, founded in Italy in 1524, along with an introduction that places the texts and the order in the context of Renaissance and counter-Reformation Italy. With this volume, church historians, professional clergy, and modern worshippers will all gain a clearer perspective on the ways that this group has influenced later expressions of Christianity.
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William Hudon (PhD) is professor of history at Bloomsburg University and specializes in Renaissance and the Reformation, Italy, and church history.