PITTS THEOLOGY LIBRARY
ARCHIVES AND MANUSCRIPTS DEPT.
TRACTATUS DE HABITIBUT VITIOSIS, ca. 1620.
MANUSCRIPT NUMBER 007
EXTENT: 1 volume.
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CITATION: Tractatus de habitibut vitiosis, MSS 007, Archives and Manuscripts
Dept., Pitts Theology Library, Emory University.
Scope and Content Note
This bound volume consists of two parts. The first part is titled "Tractatus
de habitibus vitiosis [Tract on bad habits]. It is paginated to page 145
and has six unnumbered pages at the end which constitutes the table of
contents. Part two is entitled "De Moderandis Animi Perturbationibus" [On
moderating the perturbations of the soul]. Like part one it is followed
by a table of contents. Part two ends with Laus Deo B.M.V. et B.P.N. Ignatio
[Praise be to God, to the Blessed Virgin Mary, and to our Blessed Father
Ignatius.] The book is a Roman Catholic manual for directors in catechetical
or dialogue form. Since Ignatius was canonized in 1622 the book probably
predated that year. It is written in Latin.
Last Modified: 10/08/00