Catholicism and Politics in Communist Societies Paperback
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Catholicism and Politics in Communist Societies
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Catholicism has, on the one hand, traditionally regarded earthly life as of secondary importance--as an instrument of spiritual transformation--and, on the other, has ascribed great value to the early institutions of the church, taking great interest in temporal matters that affects its institutional concerns. Against the backdrop of this duality, the church has changed over the centuries, adapting to local and national conditions. "Catholicism and Politics in Communist Societies" surveys these local and national adaptations in their historical contexts, linking the past experience of the church to its present circumstances. Organized around themes of tradition vs. modernity, hierarchy vs. lower clergy, and institutional structure vs. grass-roots organization, this comprehensive volume presents a detailed, country-by-country portrait of the political and social status of the church today in communist and socialist settings.
"Contributors. "Pedro Ramet, Arthur F. McGovern, Roman Solchanyk, Ivan Hvat, Robert F. Goeckel, C. Chrypinski, Milan J. Reban, Leslie Laszlo, Janice Broun, Eric O. Hanson, Stephen Denney, Thomas E. Quigley, Humberto Belli, Hansjakob Stehle, George H. Williams
Catholicism and Politics in Communist Societies by Pedro Ramet was published by Duke University Press in May 1990. The ISBN for Catholicism and Politics in Communist Societies is 9780822310471.
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|Page last updated||26th February 2017|
|Author / Artist||Pedro Ramet|
|Publisher||Duke University Press (May 1990)|
|Number of Pages||463|