Originally published as "Culturae reforma religiosa nella storia de modernismo". Torino, G. Einaudi, 1963.
|Statement||by Michele Ranchetti ; translated (from the Italian) by Isabel Quigly.|
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|Number of Pages||230|
This book was published in Alec Vidler () was an Anglican priest who had met some of the protagonists of Roman Catholic modernism and was given or otherwise obtained access to several collections of unpublished letters and papers, the use of which in this series of lectures gives them a greater originality than would belong to their doctrinal or historical content alone.4/5(1). For the person who wants to understand Catholic ecclesial culture and politics and their relationships with scripture scholarship, scholastic philosophy, and dogmatic theology in the pontificates of Leo XIII () and Pius X (), this book will prove to be a rewarding by: Some Well Known Modernists. Joseph Renan ( - ) was one such character. He had been a Catholic seminarian but came to doubt the truth of Christianity after studying the writings of the German critics. He did as much as anyone to destroy belief in Christ's divinity with his book "the life of Christ". This book is a case study in the ongoing struggle of Christianity to define its relationship to modernity, examining representative Roman Catholic Modernists and anti-Modernists, exploring their relationship to their own historical context. Its aim is to counteract the tendency to lift the proposals made by the Modernists out of their setting and define them as a coherent, timeless.
and their work helped to reintroduce Catholic literature into English culture" (25). The book consists of an introduction, five chapters, and a conclusion. After an introduction in which Sutton sets forth his purpose and connects the Catholic modernists to a recusant history, chapter one explores how Gerard Manley. Here for the first time, the story of the Catholic Modernists is presented as a chronological narrative of events, with special emphasis placed upon the persons involved, their interrelations and opinions. Through a study of the participants, Marvin O'Connell traces the emergence of Modernism and the controversies related to it, offers a careful examination of the movement's multiple causes. Get this from a library! Catholic modernists, English nationalists. [Timothy J Sutton; Adam McMahon; University of Delaware Press,; Rosemont Publishing and Printing Corporation,] -- "Catholic Modernists, English Nationalists examines how the Catholic conversions of Gerard Manley Hopkins, Ford Madox Ford, T.S. Eliot (an Anglo-Catholic), Evelyn Waugh, and Graham Greene influenced. This book project traces the thought of several Roman Catholic Modernists (and one especially virulent anti-Modernist) as they confronted the intellectual challenges posed by the Great war from war from to Brand: Palgrave Macmillan US.
Descriptive Title. Pascendi Dominici Gregis (On the Doctrine of the Modernists). Description. Encyclical of St. Pius X on the errors of modernism. Publisher & Date. Vatican, September 8, Truth to tell it is only the moderate Modernists who make this appeal to an exigency for the Catholic religion. As for the others, who might be called intergralists, they would show to the non-believer, hidden away in the very depths of his being, the very germ which Christ Himself bore in His conscience, and which He bequeathed to the world. PRAISE FOR THE BOOK: "Catholic Modernists were seen by their opponents as prone to rationalism and subjectivism. Modernists & Mystics, however, reminds us how many of them strove to regain the ''deeper and freer Catholic cause'' (F. von Hügel) against what they saw as a neo-scholastic constriction of a rich spiritual tradition. Pascendi Dominici Gregis (On the Errors of the Modernists) by Pope St. Pius X – Free Catholic Audiobook Posted on Ma by catholicaudiobooks During a relatively short pontificat e ( – ) Pope Pius X devoted much of his time to dealing with issues related to the rapid spread of secularism in the early Twentieth century.