Thomas à Kempis

Thomas à Kempis, CRV ( – 25 July 1471; ; ) was a German-Dutch Catholic canon regular of the late medieval period and the author of ''The Imitation of Christ'', published anonymously in Latin in the Netherlands –1427, one of the most popular and best known Christian devotional books. His name means "Thomas of Kempen", Kempen being his home town.

He was a member of the Modern Devotion, a spiritual movement during the late medieval period, and a follower of Geert Groote and Florens Radewyns, the founders of the Brethren of the Common Life. Provided by Wikipedia
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    The valley of lilies and The soliloquy of the soul by Thomas, à Kempis, 1380-1471

    Published 1807
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    Auszüge und Stellen aus den verm. Schriften by Thomas, à Kempis, 1380-1471

    Published 1781
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