5 edition of Politics and the papacy in the modern world found in the catalog.
Politics and the papacy in the modern world
Frank J. Coppa
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Frank J. Coppa.|
|LC Classifications||BX1793 .C565 2008|
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|LC Control Number||2008012984|
“The Papacy in the Modern World” traces the history of papal involvement in politics from the French Revolution to the election of Pope Francis. It shows how popes have evolved from temporal rulers of The Papal States, fighting to maintain their kingdom, to today’s proponents of the need for moral and ethical values to guide political. The last two chapters are devoted to the Habsburgs, a dynasty that lasted from the 12th century until modern times and includes the dissolution of the Holy Roman Empire, the foundation of the Austrian Empire and finally the fall of the Austria-Hungarian Empire after World War I.
The pope (Latin: papa from Greek: πάππας pappas, "father"), also known as the supreme pontiff (Pontifex Maximus), or the Roman pontiff (Romanus Pontifex), is the bishop of Rome, head of the worldwide Catholic Church, and head of state or sovereign of the Vatican City State. Since , the pope has official residence in the Apostolic Palace in the Vatican City, a city-state enclaved Ecclesiastical province: Ecclesiastical Province of Rome. The Pulitzer Prize–winning author of The Pope and Mussolini tells the story of the bloody revolution that stripped the pope of political power and signaled the birth of modern Europe. “[David I.] Kertzer’s brilliant treatment of the crisis in the papacy between and reads like a thriller.
Papacy - Papacy - The medieval papacy: Although much about the early popes remains shrouded in darkness, scholars agree that the bishops of Rome were selected in the same manner as other bishops—that is, elected by the clergy and people of the area (though there is some evidence that some of the early bishops attempted to appoint their successors). The Politics of Religion in Early Modern France. Joseph Bergin. View Inside Jansenism, and relations with the papacy are harder to fathom. “Bergin masterfully demonstrates the centrality of religion in the political transformations of early modern France. His book will serve as a valuable resource for specialists searching for a clear.
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Focuses on Rome's response to the modern world, exploring the papacy's political and diplomatic role. This book examines the Vatican's impact upon the major development and ideologies over the years, including capitalism, nationalism, socialism, communism, modernism, racism, and anti-Semitism. For those unfamiliar with or curious about the finer points of the Church’s history, The Papacy in the Modern World is an inviting ‘time travel’ opportunity to begin exploring the witness, differences, challenges, dangers, and experiences of those leaders chosen to fill the Chair of Peter.
This title is highly recommended for seminaries Author: Frank J. Coppa. Here, Coppa focuses on Rome's response to the modern world, exploring the papacy's political and diplomatic role during the past two centuries. He examines the Vatican's impact upon major ideological developments over the years, including capitalism, nationalism, socialism, communism, modernism, racism, and anti-Semitism.
The book The Papacy in the Modern World: A Political History, Frank J. Coppa is published by Reaktion Books. The Papacy in the Modern World: A Political History, Coppa The Chicago Distribution Center has reopened and is fulfilling orders. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (vi, pages) Contents: 1.
Introduction: Rome and the powers in the modern age The papacy between revolutionary upheaval and restoration, Rome grapples with liberalism, nationalism, and sectionalism, The papacy confronts social issues, modernism, and international. The Papacy in the Modern World: A Political History Kindle Edition History shows their efforts to guide the Church throughout their reigns were often affected by the twists and turns of politics or wars, intrigue, human perceptions, and imperfectionsAuthor: Frank Coppa.
I Introduction: Rome and the Powers in the Modern Age II The Papacy Between Revolutionary Upheaval, and Restoration, III Rome Grapples with Liberalism, Nationalism, and Sectionalism, IV The Papacy Confronts Social Issues, Modernism, and International Relations, V Benedict XV, the World War, and the League of Nations, VI The 3/5(1).
In the nineteenth century the transnational church confronted a world order dominated by the national state, until the emergence of globalization towards the close of the twentieth century. Here, Coppa focuses on Rome's response to the modern world, exploring the papacy's political and diplomatic role during the past two centuries.
The transition of the papacy from near death to a major player on the political stage provides the theme of this book. The storyline has many twists and turns, as the author points out, with some popes taking a more adversarial stance against the secular world, and others seeking accommodation and : Michael W.
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Will be a good Reading copy. PAPACY IN MODERN WORLD: A POLITICAL HISTORY By Frank J. Coppa - Hardcover. In Gregory XVI (–46) and Pius IX (–78) we see a magnification of this reaction and the beginning of the modern papacy, with its pilgrimages to Rome and personal devotion to the pope.
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– In the more than 2,year history of the Catholic Church, Pope Francis is the first pope to reassess the relationship between the papacy and the bishops, and one of the first to boldly advocate for the poor from the. Even without political clout several modern popes have contributed mightily to world history.
Polish-born Pope John Paul II, now a saint, was a major figure in the collapse of the Soviet Union and. The Modern Papacy goes beyond the caricatures to demonstrate how the popes - specifically John Paul II and Benedict XVI - have articulated a sophisticated critique of the post-Enlightenment world, one that acknowledges the real progress made in modernity while simultaneously highlighting its political and philosophical shortcomings.
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Politics and the Papacy in the Modern World (Praeger, ). Book Details Contents An expert on the papacy and Vatican II, Massimo Faggioli draws from world history, politics, papal biographies, and the documents of Vatican II for this incisive analysis of Francis’s developing pontificate.
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John Pollard is Fellow in History at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, and researches the modern history of Italy, the papacy, and Fascism and religion.
His publications include Money and the Rise of the Modern Papacy: Financing the Vatican, ().Author: John Pollard. "The Papacy in the Modern World" traces the history of papal involvement in politics from the French Revolution to the election of Pope Francis. It shows how popes have evolved from temporal rulers of the papal states, fighting to maintain their kingdom, to today's proponents of the need for moral and ethical values to guide political decisions.