Title: Theologia moralis universa A.R.P. Paulo Gabriele Antoine S.J. . primum concinnata dein notis & appendicibus potissime ad sacros christianorum ritus & ecclesiae orientalis disciplinam spectantibus amplificata a r.p. Philippo de Carboneano demum a r.p. Bonaventura Staidel . ad studiosam juventutem . aucta . Editio postrema absolutissima in VI tomos distributa cui accedunt quamplures Adnotationes . ex Melchiore Cano desumta, 1780
Author: Paul Gabriel Antoine
A late 18th century compendium of Antoine’s Theologia Moralis Universa, originally published in 1726. Hailed as one of Catholicism’s leading theologians after the publication of the previous work Theologia Universa, Antoine’s Moral Theology went through dozen of various editions during the 18th century alone, seeing publications across various countries. Pope Benedict XIV himself held the text in such high esteem that its use was prescribed to use for the students of the Pontificio Collegio Urbano de Propaganda Fidea. It was likewise received by many of the bishops throughout France and Italy.
The ex libris note has been scribbled out on each volume.
Six vellum bound volumes in 12mo, (XXIV)+335+424+551+480+440+488 pages
On note of condition, these volumes are in good shape, with the vellum bindings only displaying signs of staining and minor wear. There is some dampstaining noted on volumes 2, 3, and 5, with foxing and staining throughout all volumes.