Robert Aleksander Maryks, PhD (2006) in history, Fordham University, is associate professor of history, associate director of the Institute for Advanced Jesuit Studies, and editor of Jesuit Sources at Boston College. He has published on various aspects of the history of the Jesuits, including Saint Cicero and the Jesuits (Ashgate, 2008), The Jesuit Order as a Synagogue of Jews (Brill, 2009), Pouring Jewish Water into Fascist Wine (Brill, 2011), and A Companion to Ignatius of Loyola (Brill, 2014). He is editor-in-chief of the Journal of Jesuit Studies, the Jesuit Studies book series, Boston College Jesuit Bibliography: The New Sommervogel Online, and Jesuit Historiography Online.
Table of contents
Robert Aleksander Maryks
1. The Mysticism of Saint Ignatius of Loyola
2. A Controversial Mystic: Father Baltasar Álvarez
Manuel Ruiz Jurado, S.J.
3. The Mystical Theology of Luis de la Puente
4. Achille Gagliardi and the Northern Mystics
Translated by John Arblaster and edited by Timothy Page
5. Louis Lallemant and his Doctrine spirituelle: Myths and Facts
Tibor Bartók, S.J.
6. Mysticism as an Existential Crisis: Jean-Joseph Surin
7. Claude La Colombière (1641–82), Marguerite-Marie Alacoque (1647–90), and Devotion to the Sacred Heart
William P. O’Brien, S.J.
8. Jean-Pierre de Caussade and the Caussadian Corpus
Wendy M. Wright
9. Science as a Mystical Quest: Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
François Euvé, S.J.
10. “The Witness to These Witnesses”: Henri Bremond
11. Henri de Lubac (1896–1991) and Contemporary Mystical Theology
12. Karl Rahner (1904–84) and His Mystical Theology
Harvey D. Egan, S.J.
13. Hugo M. Enomiya-Lassalle: Zen-Enlightenment and Christianity