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Medievalism: A Reply to Cardinal Mercier
     

Medievalism: A Reply to Cardinal Mercier

by George Tyrrell
 
Republished here for the first time in nearly a century, coincidentally in the wake of another encyclical, not to mention a new "universal catechism", both tending to promote a centralized and hierarchical - "medieval" in Tyrrell's phraseology - view of the Church, it is bound to strike the reader in an astonishingly prophetic book. "To read it is to realize that,

Overview

Republished here for the first time in nearly a century, coincidentally in the wake of another encyclical, not to mention a new "universal catechism", both tending to promote a centralized and hierarchical - "medieval" in Tyrrell's phraseology - view of the Church, it is bound to strike the reader in an astonishingly prophetic book. "To read it is to realize that, whatever else it may be, it is neither minor nor ephemeral. The issues it treats are still large and live in the Church."

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780870612077
Publisher:
Ave Maria Press
Publication date:
12/01/1995
Pages:
176
Product dimensions:
5.32(w) x 8.46(h) x 0.53(d)

Meet the Author

George Tyrrell, SJ (1861-1909) was a key figure in the Modernist controversy in the Catholic Church. Born in Dublin, into an Anglican family, he converted to Catholicism and joined the Jesuits. Among his published works are 'Christianity at the Cross-Roads,' 'The Autobiography of George Tyrrell,' 'The Programme of Modernism,' 'External Religion,' and 'Tradition and the Critical Spirit.'

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