February 11, 2018

Academic Interests and Catholic Confessionalisation: The - download pdf or read online

By Bruno Boute

ISBN-10: 9004184171

ISBN-13: 9789004184176

Delving into the Tangled Involvement of educational associations with the benefice process within the Early smooth interval, this publication specializes in an anomaly: medieval privileges that supplied teachers at Louvain, the self-declared storm-troopers of Catholic and dynastic recovery within the Netherlands, with entry to the Post-Tridentine clerical activity industry.

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107 Keen, “The Fathers in the Counter-Reformation,” 712. 108 The anti-Pelagian Augustine, not the “historical” Augustine. Leland Saak, “The Reception of Augustine in the later Middle Ages,” 368.

42 Definitions and frames in Lefebvre and Pacaut, L’Epoque Moderne. 43 The Third Council of Mechlin, which was to be convoked in 1578, was suspended by the civil war and the expulsion of the Catholic clergy by Calvinist city councils. After 1607, these assemblies were replaced by informal episcopal congregations. Cf. De Moreau, Histoire de l’Eglise en Belgique, 5, 293. 44 For Cambrai, see Deregnaucourt, De Fénelon à la révolution; the diocesan seminaries of Mechelen, Ghent, and Bruges are the theme of Roegiers, De oprichting en de beginjaren, Laenen, Geschiedenis van het seminarie van Mechelen, and the diocesan syntheses edited by Cloet.

63 Monographs on Catholic reform in the cities offer telling examples of a monastic tide that, after having been supported by local as well as central elites, gradually met with increasing opposition. See Lottin, Lille, and Marinus, De Contrareformatie te Antwerpen. 64 In the period in between 1585 and 1633, 64 colleges for the humanities were founded, most of them in the period of the Truce when intermediary and smaller towns sought to imitate the educational policies of the big cities. With respect to the total number of colleges, Jesuits took the lead (32), followed by the Augustinians (21), the Recollects (12), the Oratorians (7), and other orders (Dominicans, Premonstratensians, Carmelites).

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