The Popes and European Revolution

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Contents
Abbreviations x
Note x
PART I THE CHURCH OF THE OLD REGIME
Chapter 1 The religion of the people
The nearness of magical powers, p. 3 —witchcraft, p. 7virtus, p. 11 —the Jews, p. 16 —the saints, p. 21 —feast days, p. 28 —processions, p. 32 —brotherhoods, p. 38 —pilgrimage, p. 41 —indulgences, p. 46 —inside the church, p. 47 —sanctuary, p. 47 —the crib, p. 59 —the Sacred Heart, p. 64 —the parish service, p. 66 —the Sunday school, p. 69 — German hymns, p. 72 —Bible-reading, p. 75 —church ornament, p. 78 —music, p. 85 — conclusion, p. 94
Chapter 2 The Clergy
Numbers of clergy, p. 96 —private masses, p. 101 —exemption, p. 102 —fashion, p. 103 —celibacy, p. 109 —the training of the clergy, p. 112 —examination before appointment to a parish, p. 124 —ordination of coloured priests, p. 133 —confession, p. 133 — residence of priests, p. 151 —repair of churches, p. 151 —the receptive church, p. 153 — patronage and election, p. 154 —a priest's books, p. 155 —clergy and secular work, p. 156 —missions, p. 159 —the sermon, p. 165 —the cathedral chapter, p. 172 —retirement and pension, p. 180 —the bishop, p. 181 —residence of bishops, p. 189 —visitations, p. 193 —diocesan synods, p. 198 —the bishop's power, p. 203
Chapter 3 Monks and Nuns
Numbers, p. 211 —social needs, p. 214 —internal strain in religious orders, p. 222 —the nun's dowry, p. 227 —new orders, p. 229 —The Redemptorists, p. 231 —hermits, p. 232 —critics of the monks, p. 235 —the monastery prison, p. 239 —mortmain, p. 244 — Joseph II and monks, p. 249
Chapter 4 The Office Of the Pope
Authority, p. 253 —election, p. 257 —the veto, p. 266 —Clement XI Albani (Pope 1700-21), p. 273Unigenitus, p. 279 —the debate on infallibility, p. 284 —the Chinese rites, p. 286 —Innocent XIII Conti (Pope 1721-4) and Benedict XIII Orsini (Pope 1724-30), p. 290 —Clement XII Corsini (Pope 1730-40), p. 295 —Benedict XIV Lambertini (Pope 1740-58), p. 295 —the secretary of state, p. 298 —the cardinal-nephew,

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Table of contents

  • The Popes and European Revolution iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Abbreviations x
  • Part I the Church of the Old Regime 1
  • 1: The Religion of the People 3
  • 2: The Clergy 96
  • 3: Monks and Nuns 210
  • 4: The Office of the Pope 253
  • Part II Reform and Revolution 343
  • 5: The Fall of the Jesuits 345
  • 6: The Catholic Reformers 391
  • 7: Revolution 445
  • 8: Restoration 535
  • 9: Conclusion 609
  • Bibliography 614
  • Index 633
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