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Shea, John Gilmary, 1824-1892.
Life of Pope Pius IX and the great events in the history of the Church during his pontificate.
New York : T. Kelly, 1877
|Named Person:||Pius, Pope; Pius, Pope|
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
John Gilmary Shea
|Description:||447 pages,  leaves of plates : illustrations, portraits ; 20 cm|
|Contents:||I. His birth and education. Illness. Enters the ecclesiastical state. Tata Giovanni. Mission to Chili [i.e., the nation of Chile]. Archbishop of Spoleto. Bishop of Imola. Cardinal --
II. The election. Cardinal Mastai Ferretti chosen pope. The Ordinance of Amnesty. The Memorandum of 1831. Popularity of Pius IX at home and abroad. Opinions of American statesmen as to the pope --
III. Pius IX and the church at large. His first encyclical. Promotion of cardinals. The pope in the pulpit. Ecclesiastical reforms. Ireland. America. Religious orders --
IV.The civil affairs of Rome. Italy in a ferment. The Fundamental statute. The Italian war against Austria. Defeat of Charles Albert. Change of ministry. Violence of the revolutionists against the pope. The church in Russia. Spain. France --
V. The ministry of Count Rossi. A united Italy. Assassination of Rossi. The Quirinal besieged. Pius IX deserted by all but the Diplomatic Corps. His escape to Gaeta. His reception by the King of Naples --
VI. Pius IX at Gaeta. His protest. Rome in the hands of the revolution. Intervention of the Catholic Powers. General Oudinot recovers Rome. Napoleon's tortuous policy. Pius IX invited to America. Encyclical on the Immaculate Conception. His work at Gaeta --
VII. Pius IX restored to Rome. His Edict of September 12, 1849. His return to Rome. The English hierarchy. The church and the world --
VIII. The definition of the Dogma of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The accident at the Church of St. Agnes. "Immaculate Virgin, help us!" --
IX. The French war against Austria. Its results. The Sardinians seize Bologna and incite the Legations to revolt. Duplicity of Napoleon III. The Kingdom of Naples seized. Victor Emmanuel annexes the Marches and Umbria. A papal army under Lamoriciere attempts to uphold the pope's authority. Castelfidardo. Ancona capitulates. The Maronites of the Lebanon. Conversions in Bulgaria. Hostility of the French government. The canonization of the Japanese Martyrs --
X. The Polish Persecution. Efforts of Pope Pius IX. The Convention of September 15, 1864. The Encyclical quanta cura and the Syllabus. Prussia's progress in Germany. France evacuates Rome. The Centenary of St. Peter. Canonization of the Martyrs of Gorcum. Garibaldi renews his attempts on Rome. Bad faith of the Sardinians. The French return. Mentana and the defeat of Garibaldi --
XI. The Golden Jubilee of Pius IX. The Bull Aeterni Patris convoking the General Council. The Council of the Vatican --
XII. Victor Emmanuel invades the Papal Territory. He takes Rome with an army of sixty thousand men. Pius IX a prisoner. His encyclical denouncing the Act --
XIII. The prisoner of the Vatican. The Law of Guarantees. The Encyclical of May, 1871, condemning it. Peter's pence. Its employment. The Years of Peter. The twenty-fifth anniversary of his election and coronation --
XIV. Victor Emmanuel in Rome. Seizure of the Quirinal. Devotion of the Romans to Pius IX. Persecution of the church in Germany and Switzerland. The Sacred College. An Irish cardinal. Persecutions in Brazil, Russia, and Italy. An American cardinal. The Golden Jubilees --
XV. Personal appearance of Pius IX. His mode of life. Supernatural gifts ascribed to him. Conclusion. Father Burke on Pius IX.
|Responsibility:||by John Gilmary Shea.|