St. Peters Basilica

The Coronation of Napoleon

Queen of Angels Cathedral


THE CHURCH in the
HUMANIST WORLD


3. PROTESTANTISM

6. MISSION

7. THE “ENLIGHTENMENT”

8. JANSENISM

9. RATIONALISM

10. LIBERALISM

11. REVOLUTIONS (1770-1918)

THE CHURCH in an
AGNOSTIC WORLD


TIMELINES     POPES


from [non-Catholic] Lord Macaulay's 1840 review of von Ranke’s History of the Popes:

THE history of that Church joins together the two great ages of human civilisation. No other institution is left standing which carries the mind back to the times when the smoke of sacrifice rose from the Pantheon, and when camelopards and tigers bounded in the Flavian amphitheatre. The proudest royal houses are but of yesterday, when compared with the line of the Supreme Pontiffs. That line we trace back in an unbroken series, from the Pope who crowned Napoleon in the nineteenth century to the Pope who crowned Pepin in the eighth; and far beyond the time of Pepin the august dynasty extends, till it is lost in the twilight of fable. The republic of Venice came next in antiquity. But the republic of Venice was modern when compared with the Papacy; and the republic of Venice is gone, and the Papacy remains. . . .

SHE saw the commencement of all the governments and of all the ecclesiastical establishments that now exist in the world; and we feel no assurance that she is not destined to see the end of them all. She was great and respected before the Saxon had set foot on Britain, before the Frank had passed the Rhine, when Grecian eloquence still flourished at Antioch, when idols were still worshipped in the temple of Mecca. And she may still exist in undiminished vigour when some traveller from New Zealand shall, in the midst of a vast solitude, take his stand on a broken arch of London Bridge to sketch the ruins of St. Paul’s.


 

1. RENAISSANCE Walker 24.3 & .5

2. CONCILIARISM  Walker 24.2

3. PROTESTANTISM 

4. TRIDENTINE REFORM  

5. NATIONALISM AND RELIGIOUS WARS  Walker, 24.1 & 4  for background

6. MISSION

7.ENLIGHTENMENT”

8. JANSENISM

9. RATIONALISM

10. LIBERALISM (Democracy, Religious Toleration, Separation of Church and State)

11. REVOLUTIONS (1870-1918)

12. ROMANTIC RENEWAL (Montalembert, Gueranger, Lacordaire,)

13. INTELLECTUAL RENEWAL (Newman, deLubac, Von Balthasar, Patristics – Esotericism)

13. ULTRAMONTANISM and VATICAN I

14. MODERNISM

15. MODERN ANTICLERICALISM (France, Germany, Mexico, Spain)

16. SOCIAL JUSTICE
and AMERICA["nism"]

17. WORLD WARS

18. VATICAN II and  POPE PAUL VI

19. JOHN PAUL II

20. BENEDICT XVI

21. POPE FRANCIS

 

 


 

Possible Subdivisions:

Texts:  [EBERHARDT  PDF    DOC ]     DUFFY    HITCHCOCK pdf    HALES  

 

  EBERHARDT   DUFFY Hitchcock/Hales

1. RENAISSANCE

§1-11 (p.3-36)

§4.I (p.83-92)

 

2. CONCILIARISM

 

§3.IV (p.72-83)

 

3. PROTESTANTISM

§19-31 (p.62-103)

§4.II (p.92-98)

 

4. TRIDENTINE REFORM

§32-37 (p.104-123)

§4.III (p.98-107)

 

5. NATIONALISM AND RELIGIOUS WARS

§38-43 (p.124-140)

§4.IV (p.107-115)

 

6. MISSION

§12-18 (p.37-61)  

Hitchcock, §12 "To the Ends of the Earth" (p.389-425)

 

7. “ENLIGHTENMENT”

§44-47 (p.141-152)

§5.1 (p.115-121)

 

8. JANSENISM

§48-53 (p.152-168)

§4.IV (p.107-115)

 

9. RATIONALISM

§54-63 (p.169-197)

 

 

10. LIBERALISM (Democracy, Religious Toleration, Separation of Church and State)

§64 (p.198-201)

 

Hales §6 (p.42-48)

11. REVOLUTIONS (1870-1918)

§65-77; 80-88;  (p.201-247; 258-294)

§5.I (p.115-121)

 

12. ROMANTIC RENEWAL and CATHOLIC INTELLECTUALS (Gueranger, Lacordaire, Newman, Esotericism)

§78 (p.247-252)

§5.II (p.121-133)

 

13. ULTRAMONTANISM and VATICAN I

§82-88 (p.266-294)

§5.III-IV (p.133-149)

 

14. MODERNISM

§89-99 (p.294-339)

§6.I-2 (p.149-156)

Hitchcock §11 "Modernity" (342-388)

Hales §15 (p.87-95)

15. MODERN ANTICLERICALISM (Germany, France, Italy, Mexico, Spain)

§107-113 (p.363-394)

 

Hales §18-19 (p.105-120)

16. SOCIAL JUSTICE
and AMERICA["nism"]

 

 

Hitchcock 13 "The New Nations" (p.426-474)

Hales §14, 16-17 (p.83-87, 95-105)

17. WORLD WARS

§100-106 (p.339-363)

§6.III (p.156-167)

 

18. VATICAN II and  Pope PAUL VI

§114-116 (p.394-403)

§6.IV (p.167-174)

Hitchcock §14 "Joy Hope, Grief, Anguish"  474-520

19. JOHN PAUL II

 Theology of the Body   Catechism

§6.V (p.174-182)

 

20  BENEDICT XVI

 

§6.VI-VII (p.182-196)

Hitchcock, §14 520-527

20. POPE FRANCIS

 

§6.VIII (p.196-205)

 

 

PRIMARY SOURCES:

Luther on Psalms

95 Theses

Cisneros; Ignatius

39 Articles of C. of E.

Council of Trent

Borromeo???

Carmelite Texts

 

 

 

Vatican I

Syllabus of Errors

Rerum Novarum

Condemnation of Modernism

Mit Brennender Sorge

 

 

hours 39 Hours Total
1 1. RENAISSANCE
1 2. CONCILIARISM
3 3. PROTESTANTISM
2 4. TRIDENTINE REFORM
1 5. NATIONALISM AND RELIGIOUS WARS
2 6. MISSION
1 7. “ENLIGHTENMENT”
1 8. JANSENISM
1 9. RATIONALISM
1 10. LIBERALISM (Democracy, Religious Toleration, Separation of Church and State)
2 11. REVOLUTIONS (1870-1918)
2 12. ROMANTIC RENEWAL and CATHOLIC INTELLECTUALS (Gueranger, Lacordaire, Newman, Esotericism)
3 13. ULTRAMONTANISM and VATICAN I
2 14. MODERNISM
1 15. MODERN ANTICLERICALISM (Germany, France, Italy, Mexico, Spain)
2 16. SOCIAL JUSTICE and AMERICA["nism"]
2 17. WORLD WARS
3 18. VATICAN II and  Pope PAUL VI 
3 19. JOHN PAUL II
3 20  BENEDICT XVI
2 21. POPE FRANCIS
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