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This article offers a sampling of what can reasonably be considered highlights of the dogmatic culture and Catholic theology of the Trinity during the nineteenth century. This analysis of nineteenth-century Catholic theology moves from the Roman scholasticism of Giovanni Perrone to the Tübingen School's emphasis on the Trinity's manifestation in history to Matthias Joseph Scheeben's creatively Augustinian approach to divine Persons and nature. It also discusses the theology of the liturgy and mystical spirituality as represented by, respectively, the Benedictine abbot Prosper Guéranger in the period's middle years and the Carmelite nun Elizabeth of Dijon at the close of the century.
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