Father Baker's Tercentenary

@article{Mccann1941FatherBT,
  title={Father Baker's Tercentenary},
  author={Justin Mccann},
  journal={The Downside Review},
  year={1941},
  volume={59},
  pages={355 - 371}
}
THE venerable Father Augustine Baker died in London on 9th August, 1641, so that this year marks the tercentenary of his death. Since his memory and his spiritual teaching have always been held in special veneration by the members of St Gregory's, with whom he lived for five years at Douay (1633-38) and among whom he has numbered his most devoted disciples, it is very fitting that the DOWNSIDE REVIEW should take notice of this important anniversary. Here, then, to begin with, is a translation… 

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Crosses from fellow-men the hardest to bear
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Discretion and its definition
Fifth Degree, from a note after Fr Baker's 7th (28)
First Degree, from Fr Baker's 2nd and 5th
Fourth Degree, Fr Baker's 1st and 7th
Fundamental importance of internal prayer (84-85
Harphius on sensible devotion
Second Degree, Fr Baker's 3rd
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