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Adam of Dryburgh (d.1212) was one of the greatest theologians of the Premonstratensian Order in the twelfth century. His most popular work was his Soliloquium de instructione anime, a handbook on religious life in the form of a dialogue between Anima, a dissatisfied novice, and a fatherly...
The Pontifical Scots College in Rome was founded in 1600 by Pope Clement VIII and still continues its work of training priests for the Catholic Church in Scotland. Paul Macpherson served as the Agent in Rome of the Scottish bishops from 1792 to 1798 and then again from 1800 to 1827. He was also...
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