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Church in the 19th Century - Part 6 of 18 - Dilemmas Arising from the Catholic Revival - Part III
Dr. John Rao
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  Another problem these four talks discuss emerged from the effort to strengthen the backbone of the Church authorities. When bishops of national Churches did not respond, supporters of the Ultramontanist movement calling for the tightening up of papal power looked more and more to Rome for help. And, as Dr. Rao emphasizes, when men like Lamennais did not approve of Rome's response, they began to argue that the Church ought to be founded upon the guidance of "The People" at large. Taken from: Phoenix in a Fiery World: Church in the 19th Century - 1999 VonHildebrand Institute



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