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55 Women’s adornments and cosmetics were important subjects of the first Jesuits’ apostolic concern. I. (Oeniponte [Ratisbon], 1886). 55 Donnelly, Year by Year, p. 151. ” Yet, many women took spiritual advantage from their encounters with Jesuit confessors. Through the Jesuit stress on examining conscience and on benefits of general confession—the final aim of the first week of the Exercises—female penitents were trained to have deeper insights into their conscience and to reflect seriously on the way God was guiding their lives, as Teresa of Ávila (1515–82)56 and Mary Ward (1585–1645)57 testified.
49 “Est aliud verbi Dei ministerium, quod etiamsi in confessione fiat, non attinet tum ad interrogationes, sed versatur quasi in privata quadam concione ubi, auditis peccatis, illorum gravitas exponitur; hinc incutitur timor ac terror, illinc dulci spe alitur animus confitentis. Et haec quidem magnam habent amplitudinem. Nihil enim est affectus qui hic vel non possit vel etiam debeat moveri. Et habet quidem hoc genus illud privilegium, nam alia huiusmodi ministeria cum sacramento coniuncta non sunt.
Francisco de Villanova was able to convince the nobility of Lisbon about the advantages of the new approach to the two sacraments: The majority of the nobility often came to the church of Saint Anthony for confession and Communion, so that they might receive [these sacraments] every eighth day or, what was less common, once a month. 32 An efficient way of assuring the frequent reception of the sacraments of confession and Communion was founding or reforming lay confraternities, whose members would have subscribed to the new custom.