The Catholic Reformation

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Index
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Abbeville, Claude d’ 192
Acarie, Mme 161
Acquaviva, Claudio 123
Act of Persuasions (England) 175
Act of Succession (England) 19
Adolf of Essen 27
Adorno, Giovanni Agostino 104
Adrian VI, Pope 16-17, 18, 128, 129
Africa, Portuguese 194
Ailly, Pierre d’ 2
Alacalá de Henares 94;
University 22, 83-4, 85
Alacoque, Marguerite Marie 155
Alais, Peace of 167
Alba, Duke of 174
Alba (diocese) 22, 137
Albert, Archduke 174
Albert of Cologne 83, 84
Alberthal (or Alberthaler, or Giovanni Alberthalli) 201
Albrecht V, Duke of Bavaria 57, 187
Alès 168
Alessi, Galeazzo 201
Alexander VI, Pope 2, 13-15, 30, 33, 98
Alexander VII, Pope 144
Algonquins 193
Allen, Cardinal William 124, 175
Allötting, shrine of 187
Altoviti, Archbishop Antonio 142-3
Amadis de Gaula75, 78
Ambrose, St 103, 121, 122, 139-40, 142
Amsterdam 169, 170, 172, 173, 174;
Ons’ Lieve Heer Op Solder in 169, 170, 171
Ancona, March of 128
Anderton, family of 177
Andreas of Habsburg 123
Angeliche 74
Angers 171
Angola 192
Animuccia, Giovanni 25, 212-13
Anne of Austria, Queen of France 154
Antwerp 24, 117, 171, 173, 174, 177, 207-8;
St Carolus Borromeüskerk in 174, 201
Aquinas, Thomas 44, 46, 48, 49, 50, 83, 86, 91, 118, 204, 208
Aragon 27, 4
Araoz, Magdalena de 77
Arévalo 77
Aristotle 85, 197
Armada, Spanish 175
Armagh 99
Armenia 71, 121
Arnauld, Antoine 165
Arnauld, Marie Angélique 165
Arras 156
Asam: Cosmas Damian 196;
Egid Quirin 196
Asart 44
Assisi 148
Asti 73, 153
Asti, Bernardino d’ 105
Atwater, Bishop William 21
Augsburg: Confession of 55;
Interim of 47, 57;
Peace of 206
Augustine, St 26, 42-3, 44, 76, 86, 91, 122, 147, 15, 179
Augustinians 9, 27-8, 43, 44, 107, 109, 121
Austria 73, 110, 114, 185-7, 214;
CatholicReformation in 185-7
Ávilal 81, 204
Avignon 104, 107, 157;
papacy in 2, 9, 10
Azpeitia 74, 87

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Baker, Augustine 176
Barcelona 82, 83, 84, 94, 144, 183
Barnabites 23, 72, 74, 101, 103, 149, 199, 200, 201, 213

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The Catholic Reformation
Table of contents

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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