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Catholics on the barricades: Poland, France, and "revolution", 1891-1956 / Piotr H. Kosicki.

By: Kosicki, Piotr H, 1983- [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Stanford, California : New Haven, CT : Hoover Institution, Stanford University ; Yale University Press, [2018]Copyright date: ©2018Description: xxviii, 391 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780300225518.Other title: Poland, France, and "revolution", 1891-1956.Subject(s): Catholic Church -- France -- 20th century | Catholic Church -- Poland -- 20th century | Church and state -- France | Church and state -- Poland | France -- History -- 20th century | Poland -- History -- 20th centuryDDC classification: 943.8
Contents:
Introduction -- The roots of Catholic "revolution": Thomism, the 'human person,' and Emmanuel Mounier -- Personalism at war : clandestine intellectual life and anti-Nazi resistance in World War II -- Catholicism in a newly Communist world : between Christian democracy and Catholic socialism -- The twilight of social Catholicism? Emmanual Mounier and Poland's Catholic press, 1945-1948 -- World peace on nationalist terms : progressive Catholicism and the Stalinist turn of 1948 -- Pastors and catechumens : Catholic renewal at the margins of Marxist revolution -- Stalinist Catholics of Europe, unite! The Stockholm Appeal and the Polish project of a Catholic-Socialist International, 1949-1953 -- The limits of Catholic "revolution": the Vatican and Stalinism's turn against the church, 1953-1956
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Includes bibliographical references and index

Introduction -- The roots of Catholic "revolution": Thomism, the 'human person,' and Emmanuel Mounier -- Personalism at war : clandestine intellectual life and anti-Nazi resistance in World War II -- Catholicism in a newly Communist world : between Christian democracy and Catholic socialism -- The twilight of social Catholicism? Emmanual Mounier and Poland's Catholic press, 1945-1948 -- World peace on nationalist terms : progressive Catholicism and the Stalinist turn of 1948 -- Pastors and catechumens : Catholic renewal at the margins of Marxist revolution -- Stalinist Catholics of Europe, unite! The Stockholm Appeal and the Polish project of a Catholic-Socialist International, 1949-1953 -- The limits of Catholic "revolution": the Vatican and Stalinism's turn against the church, 1953-1956

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