Luisa de Carvajal

Standard Name: Carvajal, Luisa de


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Friends, Associates Mary Ward
It may have been at this time that she met and developed a personal admiration for another woman with links to the Jesuits, Luisa de Carvajal .
Redworth, Glyn. The She-Apostle. Oxford University Press.
Textual Production Georgiana Fullerton
Fullerton produced in 1855, the year of her son's death, a volume of biographies or hagiographies of women saints: The Life of St. Frances of Rome ; of blessed Lucy of Narni , of Dominica of Paradiso


Easter Saturday 1605: Luisa de Carvajal, a Roman Catholic nun of...

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Easter Saturday 1605

Luisa de Carvajal , a Roman Catholic nun of noble Spanish family, landed at Dover as a missionary or activist at the behest of English Jesuits . While in London she wrote revealing letters about the city.


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