Le pontificat romain dans l’époque contemporaine | The Papacy in the Contemporary Age
The volume, deepening specific aspects of the popes from Pius X to Francis, offers, overall, a historical reading of the papacy from the early twentieth century to the present. In this time – between uncertainties, resistances, cautious openings – the papacy realised the transition from intransigent Catholicism to dialogue with modernity and its most characteristic cultural, political and social expressions. In this regard, the presence of swings and retractions in the popes of the last decades are also an expression of the troubles that have marked the long and difficult coexistence between papacy, Roman Catholic Church and modernity, until pope Bergoglio’s new guidelines.
Keywords: Catholic intransigentism. World War 1. Reform. Modern culture and catholic Church. Catholic Church. Liturgical reform. Nationalism. Papacy. Pius X. Catholic antisemitism. John Paul II. Pope Benedict XV. Paul VI. Pius XII. Tyrrell. Vatican Archives. Jewish perfidy. Concile Vatican II. Canonisation. Roman Catholic Church. New Evangelization. Merry del Val. Church and Modernity. Renewal. Good Friday Prayer. Modernism. Racial Laws. Late modernity. Globalisation. Identity. Vatican Radio. Modernity. Preaching. Benedict XV. History. Secularization. Europe. Benedict XVI. Pius XI. Freedom of conscience. Modernization. Loisy. Holiness. Ratisbonne. Pope Francis. New Evangelisation. Second Vatican Council. Islam. Consistorial Congregation. Roman Curia. John XXIII.
Language: en, frISBN (print): 978-88-6969-256-7 ISBN (ebook): 978-88-6969-239-0