3 edition of Three modernists: Alfred Loisy, George Tyrrell, William L. Sullivan. found in the catalog.
Three modernists: Alfred Loisy, George Tyrrell, William L. Sullivan.
Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||BX1396 .R3, BX1396 .R3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 370 p.|
|Number of Pages||370|
|LC Control Number||67013763|
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Sullivan Sheed and Ward New York Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. Get this from a library. Three modernists: Alfred Loisy, George Tyrrell, William L. Sullivan. [John Ratté]. The Catholic Modernists. This is a book a good many people have been looking forward to, ever since it was announced.
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Three Modernists: Alfred Loisy, George William L. Sullivan. book, William L. Sullivan [John Ratte] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : John Ratte. For analysis of Loisy's thought and influence, see Maude D. Petre's Alfred Loisy: His Religious Significance (Cambridge, U.K., ) and John Ratte's Three Modernists: Alfred Loisy, George Tyrrell, William L.
Sullivan, New York, Several of Loisy's works have been translated into. At the turn of the century, there were Catholics sufficiently ahead of their time to brave the anathemas of Rome in support of what came to be called the modernist heresy."" such men were Alfred Loisy, a French-man; George Tyrrell, an Englishman; and William L.
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(Ibid., 65) He finds three circles of thought in the Jesus’ preaching: (1) the Kingdom of God and its coming; (2) God the Father and the infinite value of the human soul; and (3) the commandment to love. Alfred Loisy, George Tyrrell, William L.
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23 cm. Swenson, Rinehart John, Research. Methodology. L'Action francaise until its condemnation inand so forth. For the mass of nominal Roman Catholics in France, the Modernist crisis was a squabble in the sacristy. According to its latest historian, Emile Poulat, the French modernist movement was reserved to scholars who were indifferent to the great economic and political movements Author: Jean-Jacques D'Aoust.
Ratté has provided a sympathetic but mildly critical account of the leading French, English, and American precipitators of the Modernist crisis in the Catholic Church, a crisis which floated to the surface just before the turn of the century with Loisy's L'Evangile et l'Eglise and reached its climax in its condemnation by Pius X in his Encyclical, Pascendi Dominici Gregis.
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Tsanoff, Chairman of the Department of Philosophy at Rice University for forty years. Besides a tribute to Tsanoff written by J. S. Fulton, there.Modernist or not, the names of John Gmeiner, John Zahm, Francis Gigot, James Driscoll, William L. Sullivan, John Slattery, Henry Poels (), Thomas O’Gorman, and Denis J.
O’Connell, were on the list. Sullivan and Slattery left the church in the manner of Alfred Loisy. While McSorley and Sullivan were still seminarians, the writings of the Irish Jesuit George Tyrrell began to appear in the United States.
Tyrrell affected both young Paulists deeply. McSorley served as Tyrrell's literary agent in the United States, arranging for the publication of his articles in U.S. Catholic :