By Fratianni M., Spinelli F.

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103 Francois de Sales, "A Monseigneur Andre Fremyot," pp. 306-07. 104 Ibid, p. 318. 105 Ibid, p. 323. 106 Ibid, p. 319. 107 See Barbara Diefendorf, Beneath the Cross: Catholics and Huguenots in Sixteenth-Century Paris (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1991), pp. 147-58. THE CATHOLIC SERMON 27 that began ca. 1600, such overheated rhetoric cooled somewhat but did not disappear entirely. Actual military conflict was at times succeeded by militant, verbal warfare. 108 Another well-known French preacher of the first half of the seventeenth century was Nicolas Caussin (1583-1651).

THE CATHOLIC SERMON 13 and weeping puts away from the soul the "infection" of sin; the iron, with rubbing, will shine brightly; so the soul, with weeping, is made fair and white. "44 Humanists such as Fisher, whose devotion to ancient texts included devotion to the Bible, sought both to recover and disseminate Scripture in its original Hebrew and Greek versions, and also in vernacular translation. 14661536) was the most famous of such humanist scholars. 46 The importance of Erasmus for the history of preaching goes beyond his seminal role in promoting biblical studies.

111 Though probably not delivered from any pulpit by Caussin, these sermon-like texts were clearly designed for use by other preachers in preparing their own sermons. Providing an entretien for each of the Sundays of Advent, for Christmas, the Circumcision, and the Epiphany, as well as for several saints whose feasts occur in these weeks, Caussin begins with a verse of Scripture, but quickly turns to divide his discourse into two main parts: moralitez and aspiration. The moralitez he often divides into several points, points devoted principally to practical, moral application of the Scripture verse.

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