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Étienne Guillaume, Les sauveurs de sainte Solange : les Portugais en Berry
Comment des Portugais sont-ils devenus les principaux acteurs du renouveau d’un ancien pèlerinage au centre de la France ? Afin de comprendre cette ultime et étonnante étape de l’histoire du pèlerinage local à sainte Solange, patronne catholique du Berry, Guillaume Étienne travaille dans trois direc...
The status of Catholic journalist at the Assemblies of Good Press (1904-1924)
In Spain from the first third of the twentieth century, various national assemblies of Buena Press/Catholic Press took place in Seville, Zaragoza and Toledo. One of the aims of these meetings was to improve the status of Catholic journalist. To achieve this, a number of initiatives were proposed, in...
Huysmans and the centers
The conversion movement which led or brought back to the church many French writers of the end of the 19th century did not fail to delicate with the Catholic press and the ecclesiastical authorities those of them who had formed literally outside of the.Thus Huysmans, after unconsciously proclaimed i...
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...
The “Volonté d’Empire” in the franquist discourse: a Conceptual Ailants
Catholic and nationalist thinkers of the 19th century (including Donoso Cortés, Menéndez Pelayo and Ángel Ganivet) had a significant influence on the formation of the future Caudillo. This was complemented by a number of more political theorists such as José Antonio Primo de Rivera and Ramiro Ledesm...
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...
For a spatial approach to the mission
How to mobilise support for the Christian mission moving to a country deemed to be difficult and dangerous? In the last quarter of the nineteenth day, this is the challenge facing the specialised periodical of the Catholic Missions every week, by publishing letters and images sent by black African m...
Religion and Revolution: the resistance of the Turron Catholic in the revolutionary era (1789-1801)
of a differentiated but allied church and state under the former regime, we will see the emergence of a conflict with the Revolution that will lead to a separation of the Church from the State. This is a moment in this dynamic that should be explored with the Civil Constitution of clergy. We are wit...
Moulded. Païlian Classics in Catholic Colleges? The fight of Mgr Gun
Poulat Emile. Moulded. Païlian Classics in Catholic Colleges? The battle of Mgr Get. In: Archives of social sciences of religions, No. 92, 1995. Islam in Europe. pp. 164-165.
The discovery of the ‘social issue’: Sociology and youth organisations in Canada and French
Sociology as a practice and discipline in Quebec came into being in the Catholic Church on the basis of a progressive recognition of the ‘social issue’ (synonymous here as a ‘working question’). After the development of sociology the playsian, the tourvillian branch (Léon Gérin), a ‘doctrinal sociol...
Lost Lost Devotions: Catholic exhibits under the Paris savers, 1790-1801
Between 1790 and 1797, revolutionary confiscations both in France and abroad on the enemies of the day — clerks, emigrants and convicted foreign princes and rebel cities — bring millions of things of all kinds into large deposits with among them Catholic stripping objects. Initially, between 1790 an...
The House of Vierge in Ephese. From the foundation to the heritage of an ‘international’ sanctuary
This article proposes to trace from a diachronistic perspective the various stages of development and heritage of the Marie House [Meryem Ana Evi], the presumed place of its Assumption, discovered at the end of the 19th century near Ephese. In a few years, the site has become a local pilgrimage cent...
Beaufays (Jean) Catholic Partis in Belgium and the Netherlands, 1918-1958
Mayeur Jean-Marie. Beaufays (Jean) Catholic Partis in Belgium and the Netherlands, 1918-1958. In: Archives of social sciences of religions, No. 39, 1975. Evolution of the Image of Mort in the Contemporary Society and Religious Discussions of Churches (ACTS OF THE 4th COLLOCAL OF THE CENTRE de sociol...
Church factories, their functioning and relations with public authorities
Cet article présente les relations des fabriques d'églises catholiques avec les pouvoirs publics. Il propose une mise en perspective, aborde le caractère d'établissement public et les missions des fabriques, la procédure de reconnaissance, les organes de gestion, les recettes et les dépenses, les re...
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
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...
Lee Hyun-joo, “The embodiment of the imagination of Korean parliamentarian and the role of the Catholic Theatre in Korea”
The unexpected has been accompanying me since my doctoral research. Having studied the imagination of the French Catholic missionaries and their perception of Korean society at the end of the 19th century, I discovered the archives of their theatre activity as part of the pedagogy introduced at the...
Gender: State of play. Interview with Laure Bereni
Maintenance of Laure Bereni with Mathieu Trachman. In Life of Ideas, 5 October 2011: The inclusion of the issues of sexual identity and sexual orientation in the first L and S programmes has raised the indignation of Catholic associations, relayed by 80 UMP MEPs, calling for the ‘gender theory’ to b...
Albanian media between churches and mosques
‘titrebSummary’/titrebThe author undertakes to analyse the media reality in Albania from the perspective of the complex relationships between religious and communicational spheres during the post-communist period. It shows how religious events take a form of communication events and narratives. Thes...
New acquisition: Catholic women, women engaged: France, Belgium, England, 20th century
DURIEZ Bruno (dir.), ROTA Olivier (dir.), VIALLE Catherine (dir.) Catholic women, committed women: France, Belgium, England, 20th century-key Villeneuve d’Ascq: Presses Universitaires du Septentrion, 2019, 208 p.Collection History and civilisationsISBN 978-2-7574-2859-7 C 1501 Editor summary: The in...
Women in Post-Communist Poland: between traditions and modernity
The political and economic changes in Poland following the fall of the Berlin Wall have led to the deterioration of women’s position within the private and public sphere. Moreover, the legacy of the socialist system and the pre-communist patriarchal traditions have contributed to putting women at a...
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...
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...