Eleven Addresses during a Retreat of the Companions of the Love of Jesus,
engaged in perpetual intercession for the conversion of sinners.
By the Rev. E. B. Pusey, D.D. Plymouth: Printed at the Printing-press of the Devonport Society, 1868.
Sold by James Parker & Co., Oxford; and Rivingtons, 1868. 136 pp.
Address I. Introductory.
Object of the retreat to renew fervour as to the object of the Company of the Love of Jesus, prayer for the conversion of sinners.
What is a soul? God's individual love for it in His creation of it.
God's love for each soul in the Incarnation.
Love of God and of Jesus, God-Man, for each soul in the Passion.
Love of God and of Jesus for each soul: some special sufferings in the Passion.
Love of Jesus in His continual High Priest's Office for us.
Love of God the Holy Ghost for individual souls.
Horribleness of sin.
Necessity of Intercession.
Helps for keeping up Intercession.
On prayers for departed Companions.