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Opera Selecta: Soliloquium Animae. Vallis Liliorum. De Tribus Tabernaculis. De Vera Compunctione; Volume 2 Of Opera Selecta; Thomas (à Kempis)
Thomas (à Kempis)
Ex officina Andreae, 1824
Religion; Spirituality; Religion / Spirituality; Spiritual life
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Thomas A Kempis (1379/80-1471) was a member of the Brethren, priest, Augustinian monk, author of a dozen books, and copyist extraordinaire. He lived at and was a member of the Windesheim congregation at Agneitenberg monastery in the Netherlands for more than seventy years. He is most famous his "The Practice of the Imitation of Christ".
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