The origins, causes and developments of the various protestant sects that were the fruit of the reformation are studied in depth, as well as the men, schools of thought and movements within and without the Church that influenced this important time period in Church history.
Part 5 out of 7. FullBooks. Index of History of the Catholic Church from the Renaissance to the French Revolution. In Hungary, too, and in Poland the tide was turned in favour of the Catholic Church mainly by the exertions of the Jesuits. In Ireland, England and Scotland, in the Netherlands, and Sweden, in a word wherever Catholic interests were endangered, the Jesuits risked their lives in defence of the Catholic religion.
JAMES MacCAFFREY Professor of Ecclesiastical History, St: . Europe; the rights of the people to any voice in government were trampled upon, and the rules became more despotic than the old Roman Emperors had been even in their two-fold capacity of civil ruler and high priest. Meanwhile, the principle of private judgment had produced its logical effects. The civil rulers even in Catholic countries took no very active steps to curb the activity of the anti-Christian writers and philosophers, partly because they themselves were not unaffected by the spirit of irreligion, and partly also because they were not sorry to see popular resentment diverted from their own excesses by being directed against the Church.
In The Midnight Hour. Life, as Doctor Jonathan Anderson knew it, would never be the same. After being forced to resign from his prestigious role as Chief of Surgery, he returns home to find his wife in bed with another man. Consumed by desperation, the doctor resolves to take his. Publish your eBooks now - Self-publishing with BookRix. Use our free eBook self-publishing services and we will distribute your eBook to all the major eBooks stores. The Folks of Muddy Fork. A compilation of over twenty short stories that revolve around the.
This wonderful book charts the history of the Catholic Church. It interprets the Confession of Peter as acknowledging Christ's designation of Apostle Peter and his successors to be the temporal head of his Church. Thus, it asserts that the Bishop of Rome has the sole legitimate claim to Petrine authority and the primacy due to the Roman Pontiff
Showing 12 distinct works. History of the Catholic Church from the Renaissance to the French Revolution - Volume 1 by. James MacCaffrey. History of the Catholic Church in the Nineteenth Century (1789-1908) by.
Monsignor James MacCaffrey STL, PhD (1875-1935) was an Irish priest, theologian and historian. Monsignor MacCaffrey also served as Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the National University of Ireland He died on 1 November 1935 while still president of Maynooth. Louis Veuillot," The Irish Ecclesiastical Record 16 (1904); Part II, Part III, The Irish Ecclesiastical Record 17 (1905). The Black Book of Limerick (1906). History of the Catholic Church in the Nineteenth-century (1909)