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Ecumenism through the band: what people do at the institutions
After a reflection borrowed from Mr de Certeau and H. Sacks on how a community of believers manages its heterogeneity and certain forms of deregulation, the author is studying two concrete cases of ‘band’ eccumenism: ‘trenenism’, conducted in the United States by conservative Catholics and evangelic...
Prosperous critic 2016 — Fabien Archambault, ‘Control of the balloon. Catholics, Communists and Football in Italy "
A L’Aquila, Rome, Bologna and Florence Fabien Archambault spoke to present his research on the social and political history of sport, especially around football. He was able to meet several Italian academics for stimulating conferences, debates and discussions which are continuing online here and on...
Chapter V. A contemporary form of impiety
1 — Its opinions — 1 — Although it cannot be denied that nowadays, due to the very high juxtaposition of men of all religions and their close relations, there is a considerable danger of perversion and corruption, subtle, silent and unconscious, for the spirit of the Catholics who, to date, have dec...
Montelier Freppel and the French revolution
Are the counter-revolutionary positions of Mgr Freppel more complex than we often think? An examination of his book on the French Revolution in 1889 reveals many surprises: it avoids clashes, combines the event, and drives Catholicism intransiting towards more social than political action. Martin Je...
The effects of the protesting reform on the international relations system of Western Europe
Martín Lutero’s criticism of the Catholic Church provoked a strong shock within Western society, but also led to an ideological change that would have a major impact on the system of international relations in Western Europe, creating polarisation between two blocks of clearly opposing states. On th...
Agnès Desmazières, ‘unconscious embL at havens’. How Catholics received psychanalysis’/emb
Hübsch, Bruno. The Ministry of priests and pastoralists. History of controversy between French Catholics and reforms at the beginning of the seventeenth century (‘Christians and Societies. Documents and Mémoires’, vol. 10). Lyon: RESEA, 2010
Ernest-Charles Babut (1875-1916): A forgotten specialist of ancient Christianity
In this portrait of Ernest-Charles Babut (1875-1916), supplemented by a bibliography of his works, Sylvain J.G. Sanchez’renvoi id = “re1no1” idref = “no1” typeref = “note” b * '/renvoib pays tribute to a protest historian nest of the Belle Époque, who took place in the Great War storm. Devoted to th...
Léonie Chaptal (1873-1937), architect of the nursing profession
Leonie Chaptal is a rich heir. She has excellent training which she completes on her own initiative. From 30 to 40, she founded and led sanitary and social works in a popular and disadvantaged area of Paris. It looks at all aspects of life, from birth to death. Although feral, she lives in an offici...
Annex 1: Interview with Claire and Robin
Claire and Robin are every two 38 years. They are lawyers, live in the Paris region and are practising Catholics. When I meet them, they are waiting for a donation of oocytes because Claire suffers from Turner syndrome (absence of all or part of one of the two X-chromosomes). The interview, which to...
Parution - James W. Sanders, "Irish vs. Yankees: A Social History of the Boston Schools", Oxford, 2018
As a social historian, James W. Sanders takes a new look at a critical period in the development of Boston schools. Focusing on the burgeoning Irish Catholic population and framing the discussion around Catholic hierarchy, Sanders considers the interplay of social forces in the nineteenth and early...
Aristide Briand and the separation of churches and the state: From committee work to the vote on the law (1903-1905)
‘titrebSummary’/titreb. When commemorating the centenary of the law on the separation of churches and the State, several questions arise as to its contribution to the French religious regime and the organisation of French political life. If we want to respond, it is true that the purely legal aspect...
From Catholics yesterday to Muslims today: secessionality and religious identities
Comparison of the relationship between secularity and the main Catholic associative postures in the past (tradiitonalism, Chetian democracy, secular and dairy option) with the relationship of laicity and Muslims today and interrrogation from this on some of the abuses of current secessities.
Deliver us from evil: religion as insurance
This paper focusses on the insurance role of religion in buffering the well-being impact of stressful life events, and the ensuing economic and social implications. Using two large-scale European data sets, we show that the religious enjoy higher levels of life satisfaction, and that religion does i...
EIP IX under the Spanish-American Catholics
In the history of relations between the Hispano-Americans and the Holy See, the Pie IX figure occupies a prominent place. During his pontificate, direct relations between countries that are trying to shape republican and are gradually abandoning religious unanimity are increasing; faced with the “mo...
Belonging and singularity of English couvenants in exile on the continent: the English exception
After the Chenrician reform and the dissolution of the monasteries, and the continued existence of a protest regime under Elisabeth I, English Catholics wishing to take the veil have no choice but to leave their native soil and enter the continent into local communities, often in northern France or...
History of social movements in France
This book closes a gap and meets a challenge. After the loss of waiting horizons has disqualified the great stories that in the past purported to give meaning to collective mobilisations, it now seems possible and necessary to embark on the hexagonal history. This is possible because the work is in...
As close as possible to the faces and bodies. An intimate story of Catholics in the 19th century
Worrying news: The Argentinian press and the anarchist in the light of the murder of Sadi Carnot
The assassination of French President Sadi Carnot by an Italian anarchist caused himself in world public opinion. In Argentina, the news enabled the emergence of multiple representations on anarchism, which focused primarily on the regular press. In this work, using the political press (Catholic, Mi...
Roman Catholics and Eastern Christians from Lyon I concilius (1245) when Constantinople was taken by the Ottomans (1453): an uninterrupted dialogue and re-engagement.
J. R. Armogathe, P. Montaubin, M. Y Perrin International audience
Franco intellectuals between 1939 and 1953
Having identified as the subject of the study the Franco intellectuals who reached the ‘first row’ from the victory, it appears that this placed them in positions of power never reached by any intellectual in Spain. This does not amount to denying their intellectual skills in the context of an unequ...
Protest dead in modern times: between invisibility and persistence
During the 16th century, the reformed worship is growing and will lead to a number of clashes with Catholics. The differences will crystallise, in particular around the lives, their place and, more generally, the eschatological vision of both religions. This will lead to many upheavals in how to des...
The French and euthanasia
I have just noted that the results of a February 2012 survey on French and active euthanasia carried out for Grazia by Harris interactive. Religious practice and affiliation must be linked to the views of the interviewees on euthanasia and its legal authorisation. Religious affiliation plays a role,...
Religious migration in the Holy Empire: from confessional issues to political issues
The great sectarian sectarian of the x-century causes a phenomenon that is unprecedented in its scale: religious migration of entire population groups. Dutch protesters fleeing the Catholic crackdown on the Albe pipeline in the second half of the century, lutherians, utraquists, brothers of Bohemia...
“From the Spanish in the belly!” “Spaniards in the belly!”: the Catholics of South-West France facing the Reform around 1540-1589
[preface of Nicole Lemaître] National audience