Confessio Catholicae Fidei Christiana [...] K-166
Confessio Catholicae Fidei Christiana [...] K-166
Confessio Catholicae Fidei Christiana [...] K-166
Confessio Catholicae Fidei Christiana [...] K-166
Confessio Catholicae Fidei Christiana [...] K-166
Confessio Catholicae Fidei Christiana [...] K-166
Confessio Catholicae Fidei Christiana [...] K-166
Confessio Catholicae Fidei Christiana [...] K-166
Confessio Catholicae Fidei Christiana [...] K-166
Confessio Catholicae Fidei Christiana [...] K-166
Confessio Catholicae Fidei Christiana [...] K-166
Confessio Catholicae Fidei Christiana [...] K-166

Confessio Catholicae Fidei Christiana [...] K-166

Author: Hosius Stanislaus , 1504 - 1579

Title: Confessio Catholicae Fidei Christiana: vel potius explicatio quaedam confessionis, in synodo Petricoviensi a patribus provinciarum Gnesnensis, & Leopoliensis in regno Poloniae factae, Anno Domini M. D. LI.

Title in English: Christian Catholic Profession of Faith: or Better a Certain Explanation of the Profession of Faith Given at the Synod of Pietrykaw by the Fathers of the Provinces of Gniezno and Leopolis of the Polish Kingdom.

Published: Michael Zimmerman, Vienna, Austria, 1561.

Binding: original binding.

Stamp: Bibliothek SJ / Zurich / PROV. HELV.

Confessio catholicae fidei christiana: vel potius explicatio quaedam confessionis, in synodo Petricoviensi, a pattibus provinciarum Gnesnensis, & Leopoliensis, in regno Poloniae factae, anno domini M. D. LI. Wien, M. Zimmermann 1561. Gr. 4°. 10 Bll. (Bl. 8 w.), 356 (recte 355) num. Bll., 39 Bll., mit (blattgr.)

The author Stanislovas Hozijus (1504-1579) was born in Krakow and raised in Vilnius. His father Ulrikas, the castellan and chief of the mint, who modernised the city’s infrastructure (he built the Green Bridge and created a water supply system), had come to Vilnius and lived there until his death in 1535. The future cardinal most likely spent his childhood in the House of the Hozijus (Hosius) Family in Vokiečių street (now the premises of the restaurant “Žemaičių smuklė”). Hozijus later studied and worked in Poland. The following article describes the cardinal‘s life, spiritual work, and role in establishing the Jesuit College of Vilnius, as well as his association with bishop Protasevičius: Stanislovas Hozijus ir Lietuva: / Liudas Jovaiša, Irena Vaišvilaitė. Naujasis židinys-Aidai. 2004, Nr. 5, p. 263-265. 

The book includes and engraving of the Grand Duke of Lithuania Žygimantas Augustas.