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New Acquisition

Mon, 29 Feb 2016Posted by Roger Rainwater

The library has acquired a copy of Francisco de Florencia’s Zodiaco mariano en que el sol de justicia Christo con la salud en las alas vista como signos, y casas proprias para beneficio de los hombres los templos, y lugares dedicados à los cultos de su SS. Madre por medio de las mas celebres, y milagrosas imagenes de la misma Señora, que se veneran en esta America Septentrional, y reynos de la Nueva España (Mexico: En la Nueva Imprenta del Real, y Mas Antiguo Colegio de San Ildefonso, 1755). The work by the noted Jesuit author and Mariologist is the first published survey of shrines in Mexico relating to Mary and her Apparitions.


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Reviewed May 25, 2012 by Special Collections staff.