Sweete thovghtes of Iesvs and Marie, or, Meditations for all the feasts of ovr B. Saviovr and his B. Mother : togeither with Meditations for all the Sundayes of the yeare and our Sauiovrs Passion : for the vse of the daughters of Sion : diuided into tvvo partes
A proper looking glasse for the daughters of Sion or St. Augustines life abbridged, and reduced into points of meditation : VVith meditations for a spirituall exercise at clothings and professions. By Thomas Carre their confessour.
Sweete thoughtes of Jesus and Marie or Meditations for all the feastes of our B. Saviour and his B. Mother : And for the most part of their octaves. Togeither with his sacred Passion. For the use of the daughters of Sion. By Thomas Carre, preist [sic] of the English Colledge of Doway. Their unworthy confessour.
A treatise of subiection to the powers. : Preached almost a yeer since, and now copied out for the presse; yet not to flatter any, but to inform all. : To the powers I say as Jehosaphat did, 2 Chron. 9.6 ... : To others I say in the words of the apostle, I Pet. 2.13 ...
Occasionall discourses : 1. Of worship and prayer to angells and saints. 2. Of purgatorie. 3. Of the Popes supremacie. 4. Of the succession of the Church. Had with Doctor Cosens, by word of mouth, or by writing from him. By Thomas Carre confessour of the English nunnerie at Paris. As also, An answer to a libell written by the said Doctor Cosens against the great Generall councell of Lateran under Innocentius the third, in the yeere of our Lord 1215. By Thomas Vane Doctor in Diuinity of Cambridge.
The principall points of the faith of the Catholike Church : Defended against a writing sent to the King by the 4. ministers of Charenton. By the most eminent. Armand Ihon de Plessis Cardinal Duke de Richelieu. Englished by M.C. confessor to the English nuns at Paris.