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History of the Popes; their church and state.

Author: Leopold von Ranke
Publisher: New York, F. Ungar Pub. Co. [1966]
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Ranke, Leopold von, 1795-1886.
History of the Popes.
New York, F. Ungar Pub. Co. [1966]
(OCoLC)742434096
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Leopold von Ranke
OCLC Number: 1804986
Notes: Translation of Die römischen Päpste.
Reprint of the 1901 ed.
Description: 3 volumes illustrations, facsimiles, portraits 22 cm
Contents: VOL 2 Book I --
1. Epochs in the papacy --
Christianity in the Roman Empire --
the papacy in connection with the Frankish Empire --
relation of the popes to the German Emperors --
internal progress of the hierarchy --
contrasts between the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries --
2. The church and the her territories in the beginning of the 16th century --
extension of the ecclesiastical states --
prevalence of secular views and interests in the church --
intellectual tendency --
opposition to the papacy in Germany --
3. Political complications --
connection between these and the Reformation --
under Leo X --
under Adrian VI --
under Clement VII --
Book II --
4. Beginning of a regeneration of Catholicism --
opinions analogous to those to those of the Protestant entertained in Italy --
attempts at internal reform and a reconciliation with the Protestants --
new ecclesiastical orders --
Ignatius Loyola --
first sittings of the council of Trent --
the inquisition --
further progress of the Jesuit institution --
Book III --
5. The popes about the middle of the 16th century --
Paul III --
Julius III-Marcellus II --
Paul IV --
remarks on the progress of Protestantism during the pontificate of Paul IV --
Pius IV --
later sitting of the council of Trent --
Pius V --
Book IV --
6. Times of Gregory XIII and Sixtus V --
administration of the states of the church --
finances --
Gregory XIII --
Sixtus V --
extirpation of the Banditti --
characteristics of the administration --
finances --
the public works of Sixtus V --
change in the intellectual tendency of the age --
the curia VOL 2 Book V --
7. Counter-reformation- first period --
state of Protestantism about the year 1563 --
resources of the papacy for active conflict --
the first Jesuit schools in Germany --
counter-reformation in Germany --
troubles in the Netherlands and in France --
resistance of the protestants in the Netherlands, France, and Germany --
contrasts exhibited in other parts of Europe, Poland, Sweden, England, and Switzerland --
crisis in the Netherlands --
progress of the counter-reformation in Germany --
the league --
Savoy and Switzerland --
attack on England --
assassination of Henry III --
Book VI --
8. Internal conflicts, doctrinal and political, 1589-1607 --
theory of ecclesiastical policy --
conflict of opinions --
latter times of Sixtus V --
Urban VII, Gregory XIV, Innocent IX, and their conclaves --
election and character of Clement VIII --
absolution of Henry IV --
ferrara under alfonso II --
conquest of Ferrara --
commotions among the Jesuits --
political situation of Clement VIII --
election and first measures of Paul V --
disputes with Venice --
issue of the affairs of Jesuits --
Book VII --
9. Progress of the catholic restoration --
enterprises of Catholicism in Poland and the neighboring territories --
attempt of Sweden --
designs of Russia --
internal commotions in Poland --
progress of the counter-reformation in Germany --
papal nunciature in Switzerland --
regeneration of Catholicism in France --
10. General War- victories of Catholicism --
breaking out of the war --
Gregory XV --
11. Universal extension of Catholicism --
Bohemia and the hereditary dominions of Austria --
the empire --
transfer of the electorate --
France --
the united Netherlands --
relations of Catholicism with England --
missions --
12. Conflict of political relations- further triumphs of Catholicism --
13. Mantuan War- Thirty Years' War --
Revolution in the state of affairs --
Mantuan succession --
Urban VIII --
the power of the emperor Ferdinand II in the year 1629 --
negotiations with Sweden-electoral diet at Ratisborn --
Swedish War- situation of the pope --
restoration of the balance between the Two Confessions.
Other Titles: Römischen päpste.
Responsibility: [Translated from the German by E. Fowler].

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