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A fight for God, 1870-1939.

Author: Henri Daniel-Rops
Publisher: Garden City, N.Y., Image Books [1967]
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Begins with a significant study of the attitudes of doubt created by Nietzsche, Marx and the other "prophets of darkness" who gave voice to their views during the second half of th enineteenth century. A general survey of the pontificates of Leo XIII, Pius X, Benedict XV and Pius XI is then given and followed by an in-depth, detailed consideration of each Pope's reign, discussing the conflicts and problems  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Henri Daniel-Rops
OCLC Number: 1170903
Notes: "Translated from Un combat pour Dieu, the second part of L'Église des révolutions ..."
Description: 2 volumes 18 cm.
Contents: V.1: --
I. 'God is dead!' --
1. The challenge --
2. A world on new foundations --
3. The reign of the secular spirit --
4. 'Belief and unbelief' --
5. The religion of science and the myth of progress --
6. 'Homo homini Deus' --
7. Nietzsche, prophet of darkness --
8. The rise of Marxism --
9. The totalitarian menace --
10. The great drift --
II. Upon this rock...my church --
1. The fight for God --
2. Four guides --
3. Genius of Leo XIII --
4. Sanctity of Pius X --
5. Benedict XV --
6. Strength of Pius XI --
7. Grandeur and power of Rome --
III. Leo XIII: Options on the future --
1. A firing squad --
2. Glory in eclipse --
3. Kulturkampf --
4. Assaults and ruptures --
5. 'Clericalism, there is the enemy!' --
6. The Christian policies of Leo XIII --
7. An end of conflict --
8. In France: the 'ralliement' --
9. Under the double eagle --
10. Vatican and Quirinal --
11. Arbiter of nations --
12. France: the Dreyfus affair leads to persecution --
13. Catholics and politics: the problem of Christian democracy --
IV. The treatment march of social Catholicism --
1. The decisive date --
2. The founders --
3. The triumvirate of social Catholics in France --
4. Social endeavor in France before the Encyclical --
5. From Mgr Von Ketteler to Mgr Doutreloux --
6. New awakenings: Italy, Britain and America --
7. La Tour du pin and the 'union de Fribourg' --
8. The social teaching of Leo XIII before 1891 --
9. 'Rerum Novarum' --
10. Opinions of 'Rerum Novarum' --
11. A new climate --
12. 'Social because Catholic' --
13. New men and new problems --
14. Social Catholicism after the Encyclical --
15. Social weeks --
16. Birth of Christian Syndicalism --
17. On the eve of the First World War --
V. Pius X and 'the interests of God' --
1. The politics of a saint --
2. Separation of church and state in France --
3. The cause of justice and of faith --
4. Tragedy in Portugal and Spain --
5. Quirinal and Vatican: signs of a new policy --
6. Catholics in politics and the question of democracy --
7. The end of the 'opera dei congressi' --
8. In France: the 'Abbes democrates' and 'Le Sillon' --
9. Some Catholic parties --
10. Isolation? Eclipse? --
VI. Modernism: a spiritual and intellectual crisis --
1. An internal danger --
2. Prelude to the crisis: Americanism --
3. First signs in France --
4. Alfred Loisy and Biblical criticism --
5. 'The crossroads of the all the heresies' --
6. Three aspects of modernism --
7., Pius X condemns modernism --
8. Excessive reaction: 'integrism' --
9. The balance sheet V.2: --
VII. War and peace --
1. 'Il Guerrone' --
2. Benedict XV and the First World War --
3. The peace treaty --
4. Re-establishment of relations with France --
5. Benedict XV and Italian affairs --
6. Universal presence of the church --
7. Diplomatic achievements of Pius XI --
8. 'Conciliazione' --
9. Pius XI and France --
10. End of the post-war period --
VIII. From social action to Catholic action --
1. Social Catholicism after the First World War --
2. Growth of Christian social science --
3. Advance of Christian syndicalism --
4. Pius XI and the encyclical 'Quadragesimo anno' --
5. Social Catholicism: achievements and problems --
6. The Abbe Cardijn's experiment --
7. Catholic action --
8. Pius XI and J.O.C. --
IX. The great battles of Pope XI --
1. 'Defensor fidei' --
2. The condemnation of 'action Francaise' --
3. 'Defensor hominis' --
4. Pius XI against Fascist 'statolatry' --
5. Pius XI against national socialist racism --
6. The 'red triangle': I. Soviet Russia --
7. The 'red triangel': II. Mexico --
8. The 'red triangle': III. The war in Spain --
9. The doctrinal condemnation of communism: 'Divine redemptoris' --
10. The last fight of Pius XI --
X. The church co-extensive with the world --
A. In Christian lands --
1. 'Co-extensive with the world' --
2. In protestant Europe --
3. U.S.A.: a church on the march --
4. Cardinal Gibbons and the problem of nationalism --
5. The first 'denomination' --
6. The 'American way of faith' --
7. Canada: the decisive stage --
8. A land of faith --
9. Opportunities and perils of Latin America --
10. Looking eastward --
XI. The church co-extensive with the world --
B. Apogee and reform of the missions --
1. A leper among lepers --
2. A great missionary epoch --
3. Rome, capital of the missions --
4. Public opinion and the missions --
5. In the service of the missions --
6. Colonialism and the missions --
7. Benedict XV and Pius XI establish the colored churches --
8. Asia opened to Christ --
9. Grandeur and suffering in the islands --
10. From Eskimos to the Indians --
11. Toward the heart of Africa --
12. Provisional balance sheet. Prospects for the future --
13. Charles de Foucauld, 'universal brother' --
XII. Saint Teresa of Lisieux --
1. A saint among us --
2. A little Norman girl of fifteen years --
3. The little flower --
4. The 'little way of childhood' --
5. Offered as a holocaust --
6. 'There is no greater love than this'...
Responsibility: Translated from the French by John Warrington.

Abstract:

Begins with a significant study of the attitudes of doubt created by Nietzsche, Marx and the other "prophets of darkness" who gave voice to their views during the second half of th enineteenth century. A general survey of the pontificates of Leo XIII, Pius X, Benedict XV and Pius XI is then given and followed by an in-depth, detailed consideration of each Pope's reign, discussing the conflicts and problems encountered. One particularly absorbing account is the struggle Pius XI had against Communism, Fascism and the early years of Nazism. The geographical expansion of the church throughout the world during this period is next considered, with special attention given to the development occurring in the United States and Canada.

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