„Do we have all the hatred and all the aversion for the world which Our Lord requires, and which his example must inspire in us?“

Avons-nous pour le monde toute la haine et toute l'aversion que Notre Seigneur demande, et que nous doit inspirer son exemple?
Examens particuliers sur divers sujets, p. 321 http://books.google.com/books?id=esY9AAAAIAAJ&pg=PA321 as translated by Mary Ilford in The Bourgeois: Catholicism vs. Capitalism in Eighteenth-Century France (1968), p. 116
Examens particuliers sur divers sujets [Examination of Conscience upon Special Subjects] (1690)

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Avons-nous pour le monde toute la haine et toute l'aversion que Notre Seigneur demande, et que nous doit inspirer son exemple?

Examens particuliers sur divers sujets [Examination of Conscience upon Special Subjects] (1690)

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