Catholic Devotion in Victorian England

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INDEX
Abridgement of Christian Doctrine, An, see catechisms
Acton, John E. E. D., first Baron 69
and Döllinger21
faith of 112 n.
and German Catholicism 21, 23
and the liberal Catholic 'party' 3, 18, 20, 105
and papal infallibility 112
and pious legends 163
Adams, Pauline13n.
Adoremus51
Adrian VI, Pope68
Alacoque, Margaret Mary St,. see St Margaret Mary Alacoque
alcoholism 148
see also temperance
All Souls, Peterborough, see Peterborough altar societies, see Catholic societies
Altholz, Josef6n., 18-22
America, see United States of America
Ampleforth Abbey98
Ampleforth College98-9
angels 115
Angelus, the 80, 91
Anglicansm 20, 21, 29, 49, 80, 88, 116, 119, 120, 142, 143, 151
see also Anglo-Catholicism; converts; Oxford Movement; Tractarians
Anglo-Catholicism 146n., 149, 150, 151
Anglo-Gallicanism, see Gallicanism
Anima Christi, the 90, 91, 92-3
Anstruther, G. E.171
Antonelli, Giacomo, Cardinal19 ∧ n.
Apostles' Creed, see Creed Apostleship of Prayer, see Catholic societies
apparitions of the Blessed Virgin Mary 25, 68, 137
see also Lourdes; La Salette; Mary
archbishops, see bishops
archconfraternitics, see Catholic societies
archdioceses, see under individual names
architecture, ecclesiastical vi, 26, 151
aristocracy, see class 234
Ark of Salvation 115
Ash Wednesday 46
Aspinwall, Bernard3
Aston 161
Athanasian Creed, see Creed atheism, see 'leakage'
Audley 162
Augustine of Canterbury, St, see St Augustine
Austria112, 125
Ave Maria, see Hail Mary
Ave Maria Stella79
Aveling, John77
Bagshawc, Edward, bishop of Nottingham 74-5, 121
Bagshawe, John B.108
Balliol College, see Oxford University baptism 38, 41, 122-3, 144, 146
Barberi, Fr Dominic146, 147, 154, 159, 160, 161
Barnabò, Cardinal19, 119
Barnack, John152
Bathurst, Catherine29
Bebbington, David153
Belgium67, 125
Bellarmine, Robert, St102, 103 n.
catechism of 100-5, 107, 118, 138
Bcllasis, R. G.73
Belloc, Hilaire143
Benedict XIV, Pope65
Benedictines, see St Benedict, Order of
Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament 7, 36, 40
in Bridgewater 48
for the Conversion of England56 ∧ n.
in Coventry48, 61
description of 46, 49, 50
and devotional unity 50-3, 58, 99, 100, 135, 157, 159, 169, 172
and the ecclesiastical hierarchy 54-9
at Embassy chapels 11-12
English tradition of 47-51, 83, 140
and The Eucharistic Congress (1908) 52 ∧ n.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vi
  • Contents *
  • I - Received Ideas 1
  • 2 - Devotions in Common 38
  • 3 - Familiar Prayers 70
  • 4 - A Community Apart 100
  • 5 - An English Piety 137
  • Appendix - Devotional Statistics of the Churches, Chapels, and Stations in England and Wales 174
  • Bibliography 201
  • Index 233
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