Valladolid, capital jesuítica de Castilla

Poder, pensamiento y cultura en el Antiguo Régimen. Actas de la 1ª Semana de Estudios Históricos Noble Villa de Portugalete

Burrieza Sánchez, Javier

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Donostia-San Sebastián

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From the arrival of the Jesuits to the Valladolid in 1545, Valladolid became one of the Jesuitical capitals of the Kingdom of Castille, and a strategic emplacement for a rapid expansion of the Company of Jesus. In Phillip II´s court this religious order had five houses: the house for the training of the Company elites, the academic centre, the association devoted to the training of catholic priests for England, the association for the schooling of the Bourgeoisie and novices. These were five forms of maintaining the Company during the Modern Age.
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