The Catholic Reformation

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1

‘Reform in head and members’: The medieval background of the Catholic Reformation

1
V.H.H. Green, Renaissance and Reformation. A Survey of European History between 1450 and 1660, London, Edward Arnold, 2nd edn, 1964, p. 177; Harold J. Grimm, The Reformation Era 1500-1650, New York, Macmillan, London, Collier-Macmillan, revised edn, 1965, p. 366; H.O. Evennett, ‘The Counter-Reformation’ in Joel Hurstfield (ed.), The Reformation Crisis, London, Edward Arnold, 1965, p. 58; see also the discussion in R.P-Chia Hsia, The World of Catholic Renewal 1540-1770, New Approaches to European History, Series Editors William Beik et al., Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1998, Introduction.
2
Jean Delumeau, Catholicism between Luther and Voltaire: a new View of the Counter-Reformation, trans. Jeremy Moiser, London, Burns & Oates, Philadelphia, PA, Westminster Press, 1977, pp. 4-5; John W.O’Malley, ‘Reform, Historical Consciousness and Vatican II’s Aggiornamento’ in O’Malley, Rome and the Renaissance Studies in Culture and Religion, London, Variorum Reprints, 1981, p. 580.
3
Histoire Ecclésiastique. Pour servir de continuer à cette de Monsieur l’Abbé Fleury, tome Vingt-Deuxième. Depuis l’an 1431 jusqu’en 1455, Paris, Jean Mariette, 1726, p. 204; for constitutional theories of the status of councils of the Church, see J.H. Burns and Thomas M. Izbicki (eds), Conciliarism and Papalism, Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought, Raymond Geuss and Quentin Skinner (eds), Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1997.
4
Norman P. Tanner, SJ, (ed.), Decrees of the Ecumenical Councils 2 vols, London, Sheed & Ward, Washington, DC, Georgetown University Press, 1990, vol. II, p. 686; Denys Hay, The Church in Italy in the Fifteenth Century, The Birkbeck Lectures, 1971, Cambridge, London, New York, Cambridge University Press, 1977, p. 85.
5
Tanner (ed.), Decrees of the Ecumenical Councils, vol. II, p. 743.
6
For the development of Marian doctrine, see Hilda Charlotte Graeff, Mary. A History of Dogma and Devotion 2 vols, London and New York, Sheed & Ward, 1963; for Basel on the Immaculate Conception, see Kathleen Ashley and Pamela Sheingorn (eds), Interpreting Cultural Symbols, Saint Anne in Late Medieval Society, Athens, GA and London, University of Georgia Press, 1990, intro., pp. 13, 25; Histoire Ecclésiastique, vol. 22, pp. 290-1.
7
Histoire Ecclésiastique, vol. 22, p. 291; Tanner (ed.), Decrees of the Ecumenical Councils, vol. II, p. 667; Ashley and Sheingorn (eds), Interpreting Cultural Symbols, p. 47.
8
Histoire Ecclésiastique, vol. 22, p. 251; Tanner (ed.) Decrees of the Ecumenical Councils, vol. I, p. 527.
9
Histoire Ecclésiastique, vol. 22, pp. 116-19; Tanner (ed.), Decrees of the Ecumenical Councils, vol. I, pp. 488-92.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • 1 - ‘reform in Head and Members’ 1
  • 2 - The Council of Trent and the Catholic Reformation 29
  • 3 - New Religious Orders 69
  • 4 - The Papacy and the Episcopate of the Catholic Reformation 111
  • 5 - The Impact of the Catholic Reformation 142
  • 6 - The Catholic Reformation and the People 175
  • 7 - The Catholic Reformation and the Arts 196
  • Notes 215
  • Index 247
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