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|St. Ignatius of Loyola|
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We have read these Spiritual Exercises, They greatly please us and we judge them worthy of being received and highly esteemed by all who practise the orthodox faith.
THE CARDINAL OF BURGOS
We grant leave to print this work; it is worthy of all praise and very profitable to the Christian profession.
As the Christian religion cannot long subsist without some spiritual exercises and meditations - for the Psalmist says: In my meditation a fire flames out - I think none more appropriate than these, which undoubtedly have had their source in the study of the Scriptures and in long experience.
FR. AEGIDIUS FOSCARARIUS,
Master of the Sacred Palace
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