Manual of Universal Church History

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R. Clarke and Company, 1876
 

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The Conversion of the Saxons
120
Modifications in the Relations and Organization of the Church 161 The Church in her Relations to the Germanic StatesClose Alliance of Church and ...
125
Enlarged Possessions of the Church
130
Increased Dependence of the Church upon the StateAdmin istration of Metropolitan and Diocesan Sees
132
1C4 The PrimacySpiritual Power of the Popes
138
Temporal Power of the PopesEstablishment of the States of the Church
141
Foundation of the Christian German or Restoration of the Roman Empire of the West
147
Religious LifeThe ClergyDiscipline I 167 Religious Life
153
The ClergyTheir Canonical LifeThe Monks
157
Penance and Discipline 153 156
163
Scientific Labors of the Germans 170 General Character of Science during this Epoch
167
Labors of Charlemagne for the Diffusion of Knowledge
171
First HeresiesAdelbert and ClementAdoptionism
174
Charlemagne
182
The Greek Church 175 General View
189
MohammedHis DoctrineIts Rapid Progress
191
The Controversies of the Iconoclasts in the East and in the Frankish Empire A Byzantine Iconoclasts
206
B The Iconoclastic Controversy in the Frankish Empire
218
PART SECOND History of the Catholic Church from the Death of Charlemagne to the Pontificate of Gregory VII 1073
223
Progress of Christianity among the GermaneConversion of Slavic Nations 179 Christianity in Scandinavia
224
The Slavonians and their Mythology
235
Conversion of some of the Slavonic Nations
238
Conversion of the Poles
246
Christianity in Hungary
250
The Papacy and the Empire I 184 Summary
253
A The Popes under the Carlovingians 185 Under Louis the Mild and his Sons
254
Progress of the Power of the Popes from a d 855 to 880
268
The Roman Pontificate during its disgraceful Dependence upon Tuscan Domination
292
The Papacy after the Restoration of the Empire 188 The Popes under the Saxon Emperors
298
The Popes under the Franconian Emperors
315
ContinuationPopes elected through the Influence of Hilde brand
320
Retrospect
334
192 The Church in her Relations to the State
337
Ecclesiastical Supremacy of the Popes
342
The College of Cardinals
344
Metropolitans Bishops and their Dioceses
348
Church Property
354
Ecclesiastical JurisdictionImmunities of the Clergy
356
The Morals of the Clergy
357
Theological Science and Heresies
412
Theological LiteratureWorks and their Authors
421
Lucius III a d 11811185Urban III a d 11851187
569
Gregory X a d 12711276Council of LyonsDeath of
604
Boniface VIII a d 12941303Philip IV King of France
614
General View of the Temporal and Spiritual Power of
630
The Clergy in their Relations to the State
640
General View
652
History of Religious Orders
681
History of Theological Science
728
Controversy concerning Scholasticism and MysticismAbe
746
Dominicans
765
The Other SciencesReligious PoetsNational Literature
784
Religious and Moral LifePenitential DisciplinePropaga
790
PART SECOND
816
Fifteenth Ecumenical Council
826
B Great Western Schism a d 13781417 and 14391449Popes at Rome
845
The Council of Constance 14141418
858
Eugene IV Nicholas V The Council of Basle its Protest against being transferred to Ferrara and FlorenceEmperor SigismundAlbert II Frederic III
874
The Last Popes of this PeriodFifth Council of Laleran 273 Calixtus III Pius II Paul II Sixtus IV Innocent VIII
897
Julius II Synod of PisaFifth Council of LateranLeo X
914
Review of the Situation of the Papacy
923
Beview of the Condition of the other Members of the Hierarchy
926
Morals of the Clergy
928
Negotiations with the Greek Church for a Bestoration of UnionSeventeenth Ecumenical Council at Ferrara and Florence
931
Heresies and Heretical Sects 279 John Wickliffe a d 13241384
947
John Huss 13731415The Hussites
953
The Hussite Wars
967
German Theology
971
The Heretics John Wesel and John van Goch and the Zealots John Wessel and Jerome Savonarola
973
The Inquisition
979
Ecclesiastical Science 284 Scholasticism during the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries
988
MysticismThe Friends of God
993
The socalled Revival of Learning by the Humanists
1000
The Study of Holy ScripturesSpread of the Bible among the People
1007
Spiritual Life WorshipPenitential Discipline 288 Spiritual Life
1014
History of the Older Religious Orders
1019
Reform of the Older Orders
1021
New Orders
1022
Independent Associations
1025
Penitential Discipline
1056
Retrospect of the Influence exercised by the Catholic
1064

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