The Catholic Encyclopedia and its makers/Devine, Reverend Arthur

2822196The Catholic Encyclopedia and its makers — Devine, Reverend Arthur

Devine, Reverend Arthur, C.P., b. at Kilmactiege, Co. Sligo, Ireland, 1 December, 1849, brother of Reverend Pius Devine, C.P., and of Reverend Thomas C. Devine. Education: private; St. Paul's Retreat, Mt. Argus, Dublin. Entered the Passionist Order 1865; professor of theology, St. Paul's Retreat, Mt. Argus, 1870-1872; ordained 1872; professor of theology in various Passionist scholasticates, principally at St. Joseph's Retreat, Highgate Hill, London, 1872-1878, 1881-1884; 1887-1908; rector, St. Mungo's Retreat, Glasgow, Scotland, 1878-1881; consultor to the Passionist Provincial 1884-1887; professor of theology, Scripture and canon law, St. Paul's Retreat, Mt. Argus, 1908- ; preacher in Irish and English. Author of: "Convent Life": "The Creed Explained"; "History of the Passion' ; "The Commandments Explained"; "The Sacraments Explained"; "Mystical Theology"; "Ascetical Theology"; "The Ordinary of the Mass"; "Frequent and Daily Communion"; "The Law of Christian Marriage"; "Pentecost Preaching"; contributor to: "Homiletic Monthly"; "The Passionist Record", and other Catholic magazines.

ARTICLES: Dominic of the Mother of God; Gabriel Possenti, Blessed; Humility; Idiota (Raymundus Jordanus); Miracles, Gift of; Passionists; Passionist Nuns; Passions; Paul of the Cross, Saint; Perfection, Christian and Religious; Presence of God; Prophecy; Quiet, Prayer of; Recollection; State or Way, Purgative, Illuminative, Unitive.