This volume explores the critical reactions and dissenting activism generated in the summer of 1968 when Pope Paul VI promulgated his much-anticipated and hugely divisive encyclical, Humanae Vitae, which banned the use of ‘artificial ...
Author: Alana Harris
This volume explores the critical reactions and dissenting activism generated in the summer of 1968 when Pope Paul VI promulgated his much-anticipated and hugely divisive encyclical, Humanae Vitae, which banned the use of ‘artificial contraception’ by Catholics. Through comparative case studies of fourteen different European countries, it offers a wealth of new data about the lived religious beliefs and practices of ordinary people – as well as theologians interrogating ‘traditional teachings’ – in areas relating to love, marriage, family life, gender roles and marital intimacy. Key themes include the role of medical experts, the media, the strategies of progressive Catholic clergy and laity, and the critical part played by hugely differing Church-State relations. In demonstrating the Catholic Church’s important (and overlooked) contribution to the refashioning of the sexual landscape of post-war Europe, it makes a critical intervention into a growing historiography exploring the 1960s and offers a close interrogation of one strand of religious change in this tumultuous decade.
Cartoons by John Ryan, better known as the creator of Captain Pugwash, provide a personal portrait of the extraordinary ups and downs of religion in the Sixties—encompassing the machinations of popes and cardinals, the testimony of expert ...
Author: Alana Harris
Publisher: Sacristy Press
Cartoons by John Ryan, better known as the creator of Captain Pugwash, provide a personal portrait of the extraordinary ups and downs of religion in the Sixties—encompassing the machinations of popes and cardinals, the testimony of expert witnesses, runaway priests, radical reformists and lay protest movements.
“Introduction: The Summer of '68—Beyond the Secularization Thesis.” In The Schism of '68: Catholicism, Contraception, and 'Humanae Vitae' in Europe, 1945–1975, edited by Alana Harris, 1–20. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave MacMillan, 2018.
Author: Donna J. Drucker
Publisher: MIT Press
Category: Social Science
The development, manufacturing, and use of contraceptive methods from the late nineteenth century to the present, viewed from the perspective of reproductive justice. The beginning of the modern contraceptive era began in 1882, when Dr. Aletta Jacobs opened the first birth control clinic in Amsterdam. The founding of this facility, and the clinical provision of contraception that it enabled, marked the moment when physicians started to take the prevention of pregnancy seriously as a medical concern. In this volume in the MIT Press Essential Knowledge series, Donna Drucker traces the history of modern contraception, outlining the development, manufacturing, and use of contraceptive methods from the opening of Dr. Jacobs's clinic to the present. Drucker approaches the subject from the perspective of reproductive justice: the right to have a child, the right not to have a child, and the right to parent children safely and healthily. Drucker describes contraceptive methods available before the pill, including the diaphragm (dispensed at the Jacobs clinic) and condom, spermicidal jellies, and periodic abstinences. She looks at the development and dissemination of the pill and its chemical descendants; describes technological developments in such non-hormonal contraceptives as the cervical cap and timing methods (including the “rhythm method” favored by the Roman Catholic church); and explains the concept of reproductive justice. Finally, Drucker considers the future of contraception—the adaptations of existing methods, new forms of distribution, and ongoing efforts needed to support contraceptive access worldwide.
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Melitius and the schism he created in Panarion 68, and in many ways the entry reads like a history of Christianity in Egypt in this period. A closer examination of the entry reveals two different narratives stitched together.
Author: Young R Kim
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Brings a balanced perspective to a controversial scholar of heresies
As stated above, it has been argued that the East–West schism arose not in 1054 but as a consequence of the growth of ... (Oxford, 1968), 336; Warren Treadgold, History of the Byzantine State and Society (Stanford, CA, 1997), 596, 689; ...
Author: Benjamin Z. Kedar
Crusades covers seven hundred years from the First Crusade (1095-1102) to the fall of Malta (1798) and draws together scholars working on theatres of war, their home fronts and settlements from the Baltic to Africa and from Spain to the Near East and on theology, law, literature, art, numismatics and economic, social, political and military history. Routledge publishes this journal for The Society for the Study of the Crusades and the Latin East. Particular attention is given to the publication of historical sources in all relevant languages - narrative, homiletic and documentary - in trustworthy editions, but studies and interpretative essays are welcomed too. Crusades appears in both print and online editions.
... Master Theodin and the chaplain Leo were sent to Spain to seek funds ; while in 1162–4 John , cardinal priest of SS . Giovanni e Paolo collected a large sum of money in the crusader kingdom of Jerusalem . 68 Throughout the schism ...
Author: I. S. Robinson
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This book is a study of the transformation of the role of the pope in the late eleventh and twelfth centuries.
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Author: R. N. Swanson
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This book examines the response of the universities to the papal succession crisis of 1378.
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... 64, 140; as propensities for interaction, 198; reality of, 197—198, sections 14 8C 26; as realizations of propensities, 160, 196; Schrodinger's propensity interpretation, 69; calculus of, 64-65; classical interpretation of, 67—68;.
Author: Karl Popper
Quantum Theory and the Schism in Physics is one of the three volumes of Karl Popper’s Postscript to the Logic of scientific Discovery. The Postscript is the culmination of Popper’s work in the philosophy of physics and a new famous attack on subjectivist approaches to philosophy of science. Quantum Theory and the Schism in Physics is the third volume of the Postscript. It may be read independently, but it also forms part of Popper’s interconnected argument in the Postscript. It presents Popper’s classic statement on quantum physics and offers important insights into his thinking on problems of method within science and physics as a whole.
CHURCH DISCIPLINE AND SCHISMS . $ 68. Decline of Discipline , $ 69. The Schism of the Donatists . External History , $ 70. Augustine and the Donatists . Their Persecution and Extinction , $ 71. Internal History of the Donatist Schism .
Its writers were not aggressively in favour of papal authority, but it abhorred the idea of schism, and so as Henry ... 68 E.H. Shagan, 'Confronting Compromise: The Schism and its Legacy in mid-Tudor England', in E.H. Shagan (ed.) ...
Author: Alexandra da Costa
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
This book investigates how Syon Abbey responded to the religious turbulence of the 1520s and 1530s. It examines the eleven books three brothers - William Bonde, John Fewterer and Richard Whitford - had printed during this period and argues that the Bridgettines used vernacular printing to engage with religious and political developments that threatened their understanding of orthodox faith. Through these works - and their some twenty-six editions - the Abbey presented itself as part of the vanguard of the Church, fighting heterodoxy with a three-fold commitment to reformed spiritual leadership, vernacular theology and the spiritual education of the laity. It used its printed books to to augment inferior parochial instruction; bolster orthodox faith and contradict evangelical argument; resist Henry VIII's desire for ecclesiastical supremacy; and defend the monastic way of life. The book has three principal aims. First, to continue the debate about the nature of late medieval Catholicism by directing attention to one community that publicly proclaimed a very specific Catholic identity. Second, to highlight the shifting nature of that identity, which developed continuously in response to evangelicalism. Third, to emphasise the importance and impact of conservative vernacular theology in this period. Reforming Printing makes a strong contribution to our understanding of the Bridgettine community of Syon Abbey, and more generally the monastic and Catholic response to the developments that culminated in Henry VIII's break with Rome. It sheds new light upon the religious climate of the 1520s and 30s and will be of considerable interest to literary scholars and historians of the English Reformation, especially those working on early modern religious writing.
CHCRCH DISCIPLINE AND SCHISMS . $ 68. Decline of Discipline , $ 69. The Schism of the Donatists . External History , $ 70. Augustine and the Donatists . Their Persecution and Extinction , $ 71. Internal History of the Donatist Schism .
Canon 1, Licet de vitanda, was clearly a direct response to the events of the schism. ... of Nicholas he was II 120 limiting years secular earlier.68 influence on papal elections in the The specifics of the canon are, furthermore, ...
Author: Danica Summerlin
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Investigates papal government in the later-twelfth century, focusing on the decrees issued at papal councils, and their reception.
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In vv.56 to 96 we find very detailed statements in reference to the seven ninhagas , nihnavas , schisms.68 After an enumeration ( v . 56 ) of the names there follows a list of their founders , the place of their origin ( v .
... the welcome to the city of the first Pope of the church reunited after the schism.68 The record is com- pleted later (and repeated in another place) by that of his departure almost two years later to go to Rome, which is accompanied.
Author: Giovanni Ciappelli
The book deals with both a reconstruction of Tuscan family books’ evolution and persistency, and several aspects of social history: reading and private libraries, domestic devotion, the memory of historical events. Starting with the Renaissance, the investigation broadens to the 17th-18th centuries and other forms of memory: private diaries and autobiographies. A final section is dedicated to the issue of memory in the egodocuments of early modern Europe.
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... definition , 65-66 ; extraordinary means , 68 ; in Aristotle , 66 , 68 ; in Thomas Aquinas , 66 ; neglect of , 68 ; relationship to aequitas , 66 , 74 ; rooted in divine and natural law , 67 ; use in resolution of schism , 68 , 71 ...