The Summa Doctrinae Christianae, or Sum of Christian Doctrine, is a catechism on the Catholic faith presented here in its original Latin. In a question and answer format, topics covered include the Nicene Creed, the Ten Commandments, charity, justice, confession, and more.
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This volume is also part of the Post-Reformation Catholic Thought and Piety collection.
St. Peter Canisius, or Petrus Canisius, was born in 1541 and became the first Dutchman to join the Jesuits order of the Society of Jesus. He oversaw the founding of the early German Jesuit colleges, and many praise his work as saving Catholicism in Germany after the Reformation. A popular teacher and preacher, his Sum of Christian Doctrine was published into 15 languages during his lifetime.