A View From Rome: On the Eve of the Modernist Crisis by David G. Schultenover

By David G. Schultenover

The underlying rivalry of this research is that, considering the fact that Catholic Modernism was once outlined no longer by way of the so-called modernists yet by way of the anti-modernists, to appreciate it one needs to comprehend the anti-modernist (or integralist) brain. Schultenover argues that, on account that Catholic Modernism was once outlined now not by means of modernists yet via the anti-modernists, to appreciate it one needs to comprehend the anti-modernist (or integralist) mind.

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Page 15 I PAPAL PERCEPTIONS Page 17 1 Rome's General Synoptic of Antecedent "Isms" Perceptions of Pope Pius X . . "Instaurare omnia in Christo," the first and last words of Pope Pius X, 1 announced his goal to restore all things in Christ. "Restoration" implies a return to a prior condition. What condition Pius had in mind we shall presently see, but his inaugural letter, E supremi apostolatus of 4 October 1903, stated his rationale: "We were terrified beyond all else by the disastrous state of human society today .

He then journeyed to the Pyrenees to muster forces to fight for the restoration of the monarchy. Isabella's young son, King Alfonso XII, stayed with the Merry del Vals in London when he was not in school at Sandhurst near Farnborough, and Rafael senior accompanied him back to Spain when he acceded to the throne in 1874. The Merry del Vals kept a summer home near San Sebastian, where the Spanish court repaired during the summer months. Rafael senior died there in 1917. As to Rafael junior, his English-speaking biographers tend to emphasize the English influence on him.

Second, as far as is known, this is the only autobiography of any of the principal anti-modernist figures, and so it occupies a place of pride among all the archival sources for modernist studies. Third, it is the only autobiography of a Jesuit superior general since Ignatius of Loyola left his small account to satisfy the appeals of his companions. But whereas Ignatius was clear about his intentions in writing his autobiography, Martín was not. It is difficult to imagine that he had ever intended his Memorias for public scrutiny, especially the part about his early life.

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