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Advertising & Society Review     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 14)
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  • A Church United in Itself: Hernando de Talavera and the Religious Culture
           of Fifteenth-Century Castile
    • Abstract: On November 20, 1506, Pope Julius II issued a papal bull regarding accusations of heresy that had been brought against the Archbishop of Granada, Hernando de Talavera. In the bull, Julius praised his "venerable brother," extolling Talavera's faith and his dedication to the Church:… he has always carried Christ our Redeemer in his heart, to such an extent that through Him and the Catholic faith, he has not only renounced himself according to the Gospel, but also, through his observance of the Catholic religion, he has taught us the whole of its doctrine. He has expressed this through his blameless life, as much in word as in deed, so admirably that because of him, a large number of unbelievers have been converted ... Read More
      Keywords: Jews; Catholic Church; Inquisition; Christian converts from Islam; Talavera, Hernando de,; Catholic college students; Schlageter, Albert Leo,; Penet, Mary Emil,; Catholic Action; Social justice; Sister Formation Conference; Mary,; Christianity; Sex;
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Tracking António Vieira's Clavis Prophetarum: The St. Bonaventure,
           Franciscan Institute, Manuscript 28
    • Abstract: In 1714, the Italian Jesuit Carlo Antonio Casnedi was charged by the Portuguese Inquisition with examining and organizing the Clavis Prophetarum, a text written by one of the Society of Jesus' most renowned brethren, António Vieira.The Portuguese Jesuit, António Vieira, died in Brazil in 1697 at eighty-nine years old without completing his magnum opus. Following his death, his papers were catalogued by Giovanni Andreoni, S.J., and locked in a trunk with two keys: one given to the rector of the College of Bahia and the other to the Jesuit Provincial of Brazil.1 Later, in 1714, the Superior General of the Society of Jesus, Michelangelo Tamburini, ordered Vieira's papers to be shipped to Rome. On its way to Rome, the ... Read More
      Keywords: Jews; Catholic Church; Inquisition; Christian converts from Islam; Talavera, Hernando de,; Catholic college students; Schlageter, Albert Leo,; Penet, Mary Emil,; Catholic Action; Social justice; Sister Formation Conference; Mary,; Christianity; Sex;
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Albert Leo Schlageter: First Soldier of the Third Reich or Catholic War
           Hero'
    • Abstract: On May 26, 1923, on the outskirts of Düsseldorf, a twelve-man firing squad belonging to a French occupation army executed Albert Leo Schlageter, a German veteran of World War I, a holder of the Iron Cross, and a former member of the Freikorps. Earlier in the month, a French military tribunal had condemned Schlageter to death, after Schlageter and conspirators belonging to a former Freikorps unit had attempted to sabotage the delivery of coal from the occupied German Ruhr region to France.1 The French occupation of the Ruhr, which transpired after the German government had failed to meet the reparations obligations demanded by the Versailles peace settlements, was condemned throughout Germany, thus making ... Read More
      Keywords: Jews; Catholic Church; Inquisition; Christian converts from Islam; Talavera, Hernando de,; Catholic college students; Schlageter, Albert Leo,; Penet, Mary Emil,; Catholic Action; Social justice; Sister Formation Conference; Mary,; Christianity; Sex;
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • "People are Suffering; People are Christ, and We Are Responsible": Sister
           Mary Emil Penet's Campaign for Social-Justice Education in the 1950s
    • Abstract: Early on the morning of July 14th, 1956, Father Neil McCluskey, S.J., the education editor for the Catholic weekly America, arrived at a quiet campus in Everett, Washington, to visit sixteen Catholic sisters engaged in an ambitious—and unusually well-funded—effort to improve teacher education for the 93,000 sisters who served in U.S. Catholic schools.Sister Mary Emil Penet, I.H.M., the chairman of the national Sister Formation Committee (SFC), had invited Father McCluskey to serve as an advisor for the sisters at Everett as they developed a new, "model" bachelor's curriculum intended to strengthen sisters' academic preparation for teaching elementary and secondary school. The SFC planned to recommend the new ... Read More
      Keywords: Jews; Catholic Church; Inquisition; Christian converts from Islam; Talavera, Hernando de,; Catholic college students; Schlageter, Albert Leo,; Penet, Mary Emil,; Catholic Action; Social justice; Sister Formation Conference; Mary,; Christianity; Sex;
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Meryem Ana Evi, Marian Devotion and the Making of Nostra aetate 3
    • Abstract: I have seen [Muslim devotion to Mary] with my own eyes in the city of Ephesus, in a place called Panaga Kapulu, namely the 'House of Mary'—our lady Mary. Here for ten years, we have seen 100,000 Muslims annually and the same number of Christians … venerate together the Virgin Mary, the mother of Jesus! … If a heavenly dialogue has happily already begun with the Blessed Virgin Mary and Muslims, why would we not express hope for an earthly dialogue with them'2There is a site near Ephesus which a venerable tradition holds to be the "Home of Mary," the place where the Mother of Jesus lived for some years. It is now a place of devotion for innumerable pilgrims from all over the world, not only for Christians, but also ... Read More
      Keywords: Jews; Catholic Church; Inquisition; Christian converts from Islam; Talavera, Hernando de,; Catholic college students; Schlageter, Albert Leo,; Penet, Mary Emil,; Catholic Action; Social justice; Sister Formation Conference; Mary,; Christianity; Sex;
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Jesuits and Italian Universities, 1548–1773 by Paul F. Grendler
           (review)
    • Abstract: Paul Grendler's latest volume is both a broad and deep study of Jesuit higher education in the early modern Italian states. It proceeds chronologically and geographically, recounting the relationship between a given local university and the nearby Jesuit college(s).The Jesuits created relationships with Italian universities almost immediately after they were founded: they were first employed at the University of Rome in 1537, and initially associated with the University of Padua in 1542 when they founded a college in that city while studying philosophy, logic, and theology. By the 1550s, Ignatius and his aides concluded that Italian universities were insufficient preparation for anyone wishing to become a Jesuit. ... Read More
      Keywords: Jews; Catholic Church; Inquisition; Christian converts from Islam; Talavera, Hernando de,; Catholic college students; Schlageter, Albert Leo,; Penet, Mary Emil,; Catholic Action; Social justice; Sister Formation Conference; Mary,; Christianity; Sex;
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Christian Historiography: Five Rival Versions by Jay d. Green (review)
    • Abstract: Jay Green, Professor of History at Covenant College, Lookout Mountain, Georgia, has written a survey of five current approaches to combining the Christian faith with the practice of history. The first approach Green characterizes as taking religion seriously. In the twentieth century, he explains, the general drift of academic history was toward the treatment of religion, if at all, in naturalistic terms as one among many objects of social scientific research. Even the massive achievement of Perry Miller in reappropriating the Puritans for mainstream American history was performed at the expense of concentrating on their mind rather than on their faith. Hence some Christian historians have reacted by treating ... Read More
      Keywords: Jews; Catholic Church; Inquisition; Christian converts from Islam; Talavera, Hernando de,; Catholic college students; Schlageter, Albert Leo,; Penet, Mary Emil,; Catholic Action; Social justice; Sister Formation Conference; Mary,; Christianity; Sex;
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Ehe, Liebe und Sexualität im Christentum: Von den Anfängen bis heute by
           Arnold Angenendt (review)
    • Abstract: A German priest with a distinguished career in early medieval religious and liturgical history, Arnold Angenendt is now devoting his retirement, it seems, to producing volumes showing how history (especially Christian/Catholic history) is relevant to issues facing the Church and western society today. One of these is Ehe, Liebe und Sexualität (Marriage, Love, and Sexuality in Christianity: From the Beginning to Today). The work of Angenendt could be compared to that of popular Catholic historians or moral theologians who want to reflect on history, but it is to be distinguished from pure popular history or theology, for Angenendt is a genuine historian who knows his sources and how to use them. Angenendt provides a ... Read More
      Keywords: Jews; Catholic Church; Inquisition; Christian converts from Islam; Talavera, Hernando de,; Catholic college students; Schlageter, Albert Leo,; Penet, Mary Emil,; Catholic Action; Social justice; Sister Formation Conference; Mary,; Christianity; Sex;
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Manly Priest: Clerical Celibacy, Masculinity, and Reform in England
           and Normandy, 1066-1300 by Jennifer d. Thibodeaux (review)
    • Abstract: This important study refocuses the scholarly discussion of medieval church reform on issues of gender, convincingly arguing that in the eleventh through thirteenth centuries "the language of manliness was used to enforce an ascetic standard of the male body as the emblem of clerical life" (p. 151). Building on recent scholarship on medieval masculinity, the book's first three chapters reconstruct the origins of this reformist discourse and explore its impact on elite clerics and their families, particularly their sons. Here, Thibodeaux weaves together evidence from polemic and law with an abundance of case-studies that illustrate, often quite poignantly, the difficult choices facing married clerics in the late ... Read More
      Keywords: Jews; Catholic Church; Inquisition; Christian converts from Islam; Talavera, Hernando de,; Catholic college students; Schlageter, Albert Leo,; Penet, Mary Emil,; Catholic Action; Social justice; Sister Formation Conference; Mary,; Christianity; Sex;
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Cross and Culture in Anglo-Norman England: Theology, Imagery, Devotion by
           John Munns (review)
    • Abstract: John Munns describes his book as a "cultural history of an image, in which a period of English religious culture and society will be explored through one particular imaginative lens" (p. 5). The result is a truly impressive interdisciplinary study of a period of art history that has long merited more scholarly attention. As the title suggests, the book is divided into three interdependent parts: the theology of the cross, the image of the cross, and the way of the cross. It takes as its starting point the changes that occurred in crucifixion imagery during the eleventh and twelfth centuries, attributing them to a constellation of phenomena that developed in and from the writings of St. Anselm, encompassing ... Read More
      Keywords: Jews; Catholic Church; Inquisition; Christian converts from Islam; Talavera, Hernando de,; Catholic college students; Schlageter, Albert Leo,; Penet, Mary Emil,; Catholic Action; Social justice; Sister Formation Conference; Mary,; Christianity; Sex;
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Mendicant Cultures in the Medieval and Early Modern World: Word, Deed, and
           Image eds. by Sally J. Cornelison, Nirit Ben-Aryeh Debby, and Peter Howard
           (review)
    • Abstract: The stated purpose of this book is to "revisit, revise, and enhance our understanding of the ways in which words, deeds, and images shaped and represented mendicant religious culture in Italy and abroad" (p. xii). The eleven articles are focused on the time between the early thirteenth and the seventeenth centuries, primarily in Italy but not confined to the birthplace of Francis. The book offers a smorgasbord of information about mendicant theologians and preachers, church leaders, missionaries (in particular William of Rubruck's mission to the Mongols), medieval women, sacred places, and religious objects. We get a significant glimpse of the many aspects that make up the various mendicant cultures of the ... Read More
      Keywords: Jews; Catholic Church; Inquisition; Christian converts from Islam; Talavera, Hernando de,; Catholic college students; Schlageter, Albert Leo,; Penet, Mary Emil,; Catholic Action; Social justice; Sister Formation Conference; Mary,; Christianity; Sex;
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Europe after Wyclif eds. by J. Patrick Hornbeck II and Michael Van Dussen
           (review)
    • Abstract: While the emerging younger generation of students of Wyclif, Wycliffites, and Hussites has emphasized as much as their predecessors Wyclif's seminal role in the philosophical and religious thinking of the late medieval period, they have seen him and his followers less as proto-Protestants through a retrospective glass, and more as integral participants in fourteenth- and fifteenth-century Europe-wide debates. Europe after Wyclif is a welcome addition to the literature on the European context of the evangelical doctor. The editors introduce the theme by citing a letter of Pope Martin V which firmly located the root of the heresies which had infected central Europe in England; Thomas Netter's massive refutation of ... Read More
      Keywords: Jews; Catholic Church; Inquisition; Christian converts from Islam; Talavera, Hernando de,; Catholic college students; Schlageter, Albert Leo,; Penet, Mary Emil,; Catholic Action; Social justice; Sister Formation Conference; Mary,; Christianity; Sex;
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Women in the Medieval Monastic World eds. by Janet Burton and Karen
           Stöber (review)
    • Abstract: This excellent volume collects the work of fifteen scholars from ten countries who focus on subjects including history, spirituality, archeology, art, and architecture. It is not, as the editors put it, "a comprehensive history of female monasticism in medieval Europe" (p. 9) for good reasons that this brief review tries to demonstrate. Rather, the book presents new research, much of it quite exciting, from different eras across a wide swathe of Western Christendom.The geographical scope ranges from Ireland to the west, Sweden to the north, Transylvania to the east, and Iberia and Italy to the south, and together the studies take in the entire Middle Ages, from the sixth century to the sixteenth. Most contributions ... Read More
      Keywords: Jews; Catholic Church; Inquisition; Christian converts from Islam; Talavera, Hernando de,; Catholic college students; Schlageter, Albert Leo,; Penet, Mary Emil,; Catholic Action; Social justice; Sister Formation Conference; Mary,; Christianity; Sex;
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Repertorium Poenitentiariae Germanicum, X: Verzeichnis der in den
           Supplikenregistern der Pönitentiarie Leos X. vorkommenden Personen,
           Kirchen und Orte des Deutschen Reiches (1513–1521) ed. by Ludwig
           Schmugge (review)
    • Abstract: Pope Leo X (Giovanni de' Medici) reigned for more than eight years in a time of turmoil. He inherited the Fifth Lateran Council from his predecessor, Julius II, and brought it to a conclusion. Leo condemned Martin Luther but was unable to end his challenge to the ecclesiastical status quo. Part of the revenue from the indulgences which so offended Luther went into extensive art patronage. His political endeavors included sustaining the Medici regime in Florence once it had been re-established. None of these things appears in this latest volume of Repertorium Poenitentiariae Germanicum. Here, instead, we see the Roman Curia transacting routine business. The Apostolic Penitentiary dealt with spiritual matters; and it ... Read More
      Keywords: Jews; Catholic Church; Inquisition; Christian converts from Islam; Talavera, Hernando de,; Catholic college students; Schlageter, Albert Leo,; Penet, Mary Emil,; Catholic Action; Social justice; Sister Formation Conference; Mary,; Christianity; Sex;
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Henry VIII and the Anabaptists by Albert Pleysier (review)
    • Abstract: The current consensus is that a split opened up in Henry VIII's reign between conformist evangelicals and those who supported the more radical Swiss reformers. Whereas evangelicals rejected the sacrifice of the Mass but clung to a belief in the Real Presence, a small minority of radicals known as "sacramentaries" denied that Christ was really, objectively and bodily present in the bread and wine, claiming that the Eucharist was but a "sign and a memorial" and that Christ was only figuratively present. And in time these radicals came to prefer a church organized entirely on Swiss lines. After Acts of Parliament in 1539 and 1543 reaffirmed Henry VIII's belief in a largely conventional, if idiosyncratic Catholic ... Read More
      Keywords: Jews; Catholic Church; Inquisition; Christian converts from Islam; Talavera, Hernando de,; Catholic college students; Schlageter, Albert Leo,; Penet, Mary Emil,; Catholic Action; Social justice; Sister Formation Conference; Mary,; Christianity; Sex;
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • El Índice de libros prohibidos y expurgados de la Inquisición española
           (1551–1819) by Jesús Maetínez de Bujanda (review)
    • Abstract: This study of the wide ranging censorship of the Spanish Inquisition is divided into two parts. Two-thirds of the text is devoted to a catalogue of the authors and titles (where no author is attributed) censored in whole or in part from the first index to the last. One-third takes the form of a detailed introduction to every aspect of the preparation of each of the indices. The author, a recognized authority in the field who has worked extensively in the Inquisition's archives, discusses the membership of the drafting committees, their debates over individual publications as well as the complex and often cumbersome procedures to enforce their prohibitions. The Spanish Inquisition censored works prior to 1551, but ... Read More
      Keywords: Jews; Catholic Church; Inquisition; Christian converts from Islam; Talavera, Hernando de,; Catholic college students; Schlageter, Albert Leo,; Penet, Mary Emil,; Catholic Action; Social justice; Sister Formation Conference; Mary,; Christianity; Sex;
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Missioni, saperi e adattamento tra Europa e imperi non cristiani eds. by
           Vincenzo Lavenia and Sabina Pavone (review)
    • Abstract: In 1552, a future Jesuit was born in the provincial Italian town of Macerata on the Adriatic side of the Apennines. He lived there for eighteen years before traveling westward over the mountains to Rome for his novitiate. But his destiny lay in the East and, by the time he was twenty-five years old, he would leave Europe on a one-way trip that would take him all the way to Beijing. Matteo Ricci (d. 1610) was the most famous early Jesuit to visit the Ming Empire, and a man whose shadow still colors popular and academic considerations of Christianity in China. It is therefore not surprising that the four hundredth anniversary of his death would be commemorated around the world, and especially in his place of birth. ... Read More
      Keywords: Jews; Catholic Church; Inquisition; Christian converts from Islam; Talavera, Hernando de,; Catholic college students; Schlageter, Albert Leo,; Penet, Mary Emil,; Catholic Action; Social justice; Sister Formation Conference; Mary,; Christianity; Sex;
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • "Kommt, um die Liebe zu lieben. "Maria Magdalena von Pazzi eds. by Michael
           Plattig and Edeltraud Klueting (review)
    • Abstract: This first collected edition of the Karmel Paperbacks was published by the Research Institute of the Carmelite Province of Germany, founded in 2016 in Mainz. In addition to the well-known and well-researched mystical experiences of the saint and mystic Maria Magdalena de' Pazzi (1566–1607), this short study explores the mysticism of the saint through the biographical dimension of this mysticism and de' Pazzi's spiritual development (p. 78).Although addressing an academic audience, due to its brevity the study is merely an introduction to the life and mystical experience of the saint. Offering references to present-day concerns, the well-written volume manages to inspire its reader intellectually as well as ... Read More
      Keywords: Jews; Catholic Church; Inquisition; Christian converts from Islam; Talavera, Hernando de,; Catholic college students; Schlageter, Albert Leo,; Penet, Mary Emil,; Catholic Action; Social justice; Sister Formation Conference; Mary,; Christianity; Sex;
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • English Benedictine Nuns in Exile in the Seventeenth Century: Living
           Spirituality by Laurence Lux-Sterritt (review)
    • Abstract: It is only recently that women religious have been reintegrated into the historiography of the early modern world. Laurence Lux-Sterritt suggests that thanks to the Reformation and their subsequent exiled existence in mainland Europe, English women religious were doubly neglected until the 'Who Were the Nuns'' project and a simultaneous mini-boom in research recovered the story of these c.4000 women. To this research can be added Lux-Sterritt's own deeply interesting study of the English Benedictine convents that were founded at Brussels, Cambrai, Dunkirk, Ghent, Paris, Pontoise, and Ypres during the seventeenth century.Splitting the book into two distinct sections, Lux-Sterritt's first four chapters focus on the ... Read More
      Keywords: Jews; Catholic Church; Inquisition; Christian converts from Islam; Talavera, Hernando de,; Catholic college students; Schlageter, Albert Leo,; Penet, Mary Emil,; Catholic Action; Social justice; Sister Formation Conference; Mary,; Christianity; Sex;
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Enlightenment through the Nineteenth Century eds. by Alan J. Hauser
           and Duane F. Watson (review)
    • Abstract: This volume comprises an "introduction and overview" by the editors, followed by thirteen more focused contributions: Michael C. Legaspi, "The Term `Enlightenment' and Biblical Interpretation"; William Baird, "An Overview of Historical Criticism"; Travis L. Frampton, "Spinoza and His Influence on Biblical Interpretation"; Christine Helmer, "Schleiermacher as New Testament Scholar"; Darrell Jodock, "Biblical Interpretation in the Work of F.C. Baur and the Tübingen School"; Jeffrey F. Keuss, "David Friedrich Strauss and Ludwig Feuerbach: The Rise of Sturm und Drang in Biblical Scholarship"; James A. Sanders, "Textual Criticism of the Hebrew Bible: Masoretes to the Nineteenth Century"; J. W. Rogerson, "Wilhelm De ... Read More
      Keywords: Jews; Catholic Church; Inquisition; Christian converts from Islam; Talavera, Hernando de,; Catholic college students; Schlageter, Albert Leo,; Penet, Mary Emil,; Catholic Action; Social justice; Sister Formation Conference; Mary,; Christianity; Sex;
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Johann Prokop Schaffgotsch: das Leben eines böhmischen Prälaten in der
           Zeit des Josephinismus by Rudolf Svoboda (review)
    • Abstract: In 1785 Johann Prokop Schaffgotsch (1747–1813) was appointed by Emperor Joseph II to the newly founded bishopric of Budweis (České Budějovice), in Bohemia, where he remained for almost thirty years. For Rudolf Svoboda, church historian in the Theological Faculty at the University of South Bohemia, České Budějovice, Schaffgotsch's career provides an opportunity to explore internal church reform in a Central-European Habsburg context. This version of his work, with its useful five-page summary in English, is the second edition of Svodoba's study of Schaffgotsch, with a shorter version first published in 2009 in Czech.In practice the book falls into three parts. In the first section, which takes up a quarter of his ... Read More
      Keywords: Jews; Catholic Church; Inquisition; Christian converts from Islam; Talavera, Hernando de,; Catholic college students; Schlageter, Albert Leo,; Penet, Mary Emil,; Catholic Action; Social justice; Sister Formation Conference; Mary,; Christianity; Sex;
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Die Zentrumspartei im Kaiserreich: Bilanz und Perspektiven eds. by Andreas
           Linsenmann and Markus Raasch (review)
    • Abstract: What a difference a generation makes. Ignored by historians as recently as the 1970s, German political Catholicism has attracted enough attention since that time to generate a library of monographs. The literature has been exhaustive: period-histories of the Center party; parliamentary studies; biographies; documentary collections; socioeconomic studies; regional and institutional analyses; church-state relations; and Catholic relations with Bismarck, Hitler, Social Democrats, and Jews. Central to all have been three issues: the viability of the concept of a gluey Catholic "milieu"; the place of that milieu at the frontier of "tradition and modernity"; and the self-understanding of the Center party as both a ... Read More
      Keywords: Jews; Catholic Church; Inquisition; Christian converts from Islam; Talavera, Hernando de,; Catholic college students; Schlageter, Albert Leo,; Penet, Mary Emil,; Catholic Action; Social justice; Sister Formation Conference; Mary,; Christianity; Sex;
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Defending the Faith: An Anti-Modernist Anthology transed. by William H.
           Marshner (review)
    • Abstract: The Modernist crisis that affected the Catholic Church at the beginning of the twentieth century is now well forgotten, not only by the general public but also by the faithful. The threat, however, was one constantly feared and always invoked by the ecclesiastical authorities, at least until the Second Vatican Council, to warn and even condemn theologians suspected of deviation from orthodoxy.At the origin of this crisis is the increased number of attempts to get the Church out of the intellectual torpor she had locked herself in, frozen, since the beginning of the nineteenth century, in an uncompromising position regarding modernity. From the 1880s onwards, through the various branches of religious sciences ... Read More
      Keywords: Jews; Catholic Church; Inquisition; Christian converts from Islam; Talavera, Hernando de,; Catholic college students; Schlageter, Albert Leo,; Penet, Mary Emil,; Catholic Action; Social justice; Sister Formation Conference; Mary,; Christianity; Sex;
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Sacred Violence in Early America by Susan Juster (review)
    • Abstract: Does religion inspire violence' In her new book, Sacred Violence in Early America, Susan Juster does not attempt to answer that question directly. Instead, she analyzes evidence from dozens of early modern European and American writers that demonstrate the prevalence of words and stories that were often deployed to destroy some facet of the religious "other." This potent and destructive rhetoric, Juster argues, "formed and shaped behaviors that communities enforced on God's behalf." This study is thus a brilliant and jarring reminder that it was words—in the form of imagery and linguistic formulations—that promoted, celebrated, or justified violence in the name of faith were commonplace, and at times inspired ... Read More
      Keywords: Jews; Catholic Church; Inquisition; Christian converts from Islam; Talavera, Hernando de,; Catholic college students; Schlageter, Albert Leo,; Penet, Mary Emil,; Catholic Action; Social justice; Sister Formation Conference; Mary,; Christianity; Sex;
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • A Short Life of Martin Luther by Thomas Kaufmann (review)
    • Abstract: This brief introduction to Luther's life and thought is a translation of Kaufmann's Martin Luther, published in German in 2006 and now in its fifth edition. In just over 100 pages, Kaufmann manages to cover in surprising depth Luther's biography, theology, self-understanding, and subsequent influence on history. While some details and nuance are lost in this truncated genre, Kaufmann presents both a coherent picture of Luther and a thoughtful consideration of the ways in which he remains enigmatic.The first two chapters focus on the varied history of Luther interpretation and Luther's life and times, respectively. The third chapter, the longest by far, covers his theological endeavors. Kaufmann frames Luther's ... Read More
      Keywords: Jews; Catholic Church; Inquisition; Christian converts from Islam; Talavera, Hernando de,; Catholic college students; Schlageter, Albert Leo,; Penet, Mary Emil,; Catholic Action; Social justice; Sister Formation Conference; Mary,; Christianity; Sex;
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Notes and Comments
    • Abstract: The 2017 elections have resulted in Kathleen Holscher of the University of New Mexico becoming the Vice-President for 2018 and President in 2019; Jeffrey Burns of the University of San Diego and Marian Barber of the Catholic Archives of Texas becoming Executive Council member for 2017–20; Carolyn Twomey of Boston College as Graduate Student Representative for 2017–19; and Stephanie Jacobe of the Archives of the Archdiocese of Washington as chair of the Election Board.The 2018 ACHA Annual Meeting will be held on January 4 to 6 at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C. Registration closes on December 15, 2017. For more information on this meeting, please visit the ACHA website, www.achahistory.org. The 2018 ... Read More
      Keywords: Jews; Catholic Church; Inquisition; Christian converts from Islam; Talavera, Hernando de,; Catholic college students; Schlageter, Albert Leo,; Penet, Mary Emil,; Catholic Action; Social justice; Sister Formation Conference; Mary,; Christianity; Sex;
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Periodical Literature
    • Abstract: Understanding the Shift in Gaudium et Spes: From the Theology of History to Christian Anthropology. Dries Bosschaert. Theological Studies, 78 (Sept., 2017), 634–58.Il magistero e il ministero di Paolo VI sulla pace. Pietro Card. Parolin. Istituto Paolo VI, notiziario n.73 (June, 2017), 32–44.Exulta, Lusitania felix. Lettera apostolica di Pio XII per il titolo di dottore evangelico a sant'Antonio di Padova (1946). Genesi ed evoluzione. Luciano Bertazzo. Il Santo, LVI (3, 2016), 335–86.Culto dei santi francescani in Marmilla e alcuni gosos in loro onore. Mauro Badas. Collectanea Franciscana, 87 (1–2, 2017), 202–30.La vida en el Colegio de Doncellas Nobles de Toledo. Ángel Santos Vaquero. Hispania Sacra, 69 (2017) ... Read More
      Keywords: Jews; Catholic Church; Inquisition; Christian converts from Islam; Talavera, Hernando de,; Catholic college students; Schlageter, Albert Leo,; Penet, Mary Emil,; Catholic Action; Social justice; Sister Formation Conference; Mary,; Christianity; Sex;
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Catholic Historical Review Volume 103 Contents and Index
    • Abstract: Compiled by Orysia MackAbbreviations: biog.: biography b.n.: brief notice men.: mentioned obit.: obituary rev.: reviewAbelard, Petermen., 431, 433–34Abell, Aaron I.men., 732Abraham (Patriarch)men., 755, 757, 767–68, 776–77Abraham, Heathermen., 757, 773Accademia AmbrosianaClasse di Slavistica conference on "La Riforma Protestante nei Paesi Slavi," 380-81Sponsors conference "Schiavitù del corpo e schiavitù dell'anima. Chiesa, potere politico, e schiavitù tra Atlantico e Mediterraneo (sec. XVI–XVIII)," 824Acosta, José demen., 43Acri, Angelo (Luca Falcone), BlessedPope Francis obtains consent for canonization, 379Canonized as saint, 824Act Concerning Religion of 1649men., 474–75, 478Act of Supremacymen., 13Act of ... Read More
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      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
 
 
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