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The Age of Suppression: From the Expulsions to the Restoration of the Society of Jesus (1759–1820)  

Niccolò Guasti

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May 2018
Although the Society of Jesus was no stranger to local suppressions and banishments that had studded its history from the beginning, the Jesuit crises that broke out between the 1750s and ... More

American Catholicism and the Mass-Market Newsweekly  

Peter Manseau

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Aug 2012
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Nov 2012
Throughout the first decade of the twenty-first century, there was a noticeable decline in the influence of two major players in twentieth-century American life: Roman Catholicism and the ... More

Anti-Jesuitism in a Global Perspective  

Sabina Pavone

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Jul 2018
Until recently anti-Jesuitism was considered to be exclusively related to controversies having to do with the existence of the Society of Jesus and was therefore studied as the key to ... More

Asian Theology  

Vimal Tirimanna

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Jun 2018
This chapter examines the character of Catholic theology in the Asian context. It argues that Asian theologies rely on the fundamental principles of universal Christian theology even ... More

Astronomy, Cosmology and Jesuit Discipline, 1540–1758  

Luís Miguel Carolino

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Apr 2018
Jesuit scholars took part in all the major scientific controversies in the field of astronomy and cosmology, and taught generations of philosophers in Europe. Jesuit missionaries ... More

Biblical Interpretation since Divino afflante Spiritu  

Mary Healey

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Apr 2016
This chapter treats Catholic biblical interpretation since Pius XII’s encyclical Divino afflante Spiritu (1943). At the heart of the chapter is Vatican II’s teaching in its constitution ... More

Bonaventure and the Franciscan Tradition  

Aaron Canty

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Oct 2015
This chapter considers the thirteenth-century Franciscan and theologian St Bonaventure. After outlining his life, the chapter explores Bonaventure’s theology through an exploration of his ... More

Catholic Moral Theology, 1550–1800  

Jean-Louis Quantin

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Dec 2016
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Jul 2015
In the early modern age, for the first time in history, moral theology became a ground of bitter strife within the Roman Catholic Church. After the Council of Trent, it evolved as a ... More

Catholic Perspectives on Natural Theology  

Denis Edwards

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Jan 2013
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Jun 2013
This chapter discusses Catholic perspectives on natural theology. It begin with Michael Buckley's proposal that a particular approach to natural theology has contributed to modern atheism, which sets ... More

Catholic Sacramental Theology in the Baroque Age  

Trent Pomplun

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Dec 2016
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Apr 2016
This essay provides an account of the historical and thematic features of Catholic sacramental theology during the Baroque age. Its intent is primarily bibliographic, and hopes to ... More

Catholic Social Teaching  

David Matzko McCarthy

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May 2015
This essay considers the modern tradition of Catholic social teaching (CST). CST finds its roots in the biblical, patristic, and medieval periods, but was inaugurated in particular by Leo ... More

Catholic Teaching on Politics and the State  

Chad C. Pecknold

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Nov 2018
This chapter explores Catholic teaching on life in the political realm. It explores first how the contours of debate were set in the early Church. Augustine’s notion of the two cities’ ... More

Catholic Theology and Heidegger  

Peter Joseph Fritz

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Jun 2015
This essay considers Catholic responses to Heidegger under three headings: rejection, warm acceptance, and critical appropriation. Erich Przywara and Alasdair MacIntyre reject Heidegger; ... More

Catholic Theology in Africa  

Anthony Akinwale OP

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Apr 2016
This chapter introduces Catholic theology in Africa. The encounter between Africa and Christianity is divided into three periods. The first of these runs from the beginning of Christianity ... More

Catholicism  

John Hart

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Nov 2006
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Sep 2009
Catholicism and other branches of Christianity rarely reflected on earth in se for almost two millennia. Earth was viewed ordinarily as the setting for human existence, the stage on which ... More

Catholicism and Race  

Mike Pasquier

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May 2018
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Mar 2018
Historical accounts of American Catholicism are not complete without some recognition of the racial contours of life in the United States. As a people both racist and racialized, American ... More

Catholics  

Kevin P. Spicer

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Nov 2010
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Jan 2011
Catholic and Protestant churches were on-lookers and sometimes worse, as their responses to persecution included forms of inaction that spilled over into complicity. Beginning with an ... More

Conflicts Within the Roman Catholic Church  

Linda Hogan

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Nov 2014
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Sep 2014
This chapter situates the controversies about sex and gender in the Roman Catholic Church within the context of ongoing debates about the nature of the Church, the dynamism of the ... More

The Council of Trent and Vatican I  

Christian D. Washburn

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Apr 2018
This chapter considers two important ecumenical councils of the Church in the modern era: Trent (1545–63) and Vatican I (1869–70). The chapter examines in detail the key teachings of each ... More

Denys and Later Platonic Traditions  

Wayne J. Hankey

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Aug 2016
This chapter on later Platonic traditions focuses Denys, otherwise known as Ps-Dionysius the Areopagite. A late fifth- to early sixth-century theologian, influenced by the Platonist ... More

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