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Church of Eugenio Pacelli - Part 2 of 14 -The Roman School
Dr. John Rao
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  The nineteenth century Catholic revival was very rich and variegated. Aspects of it had combined together by the turn of the century to create a distinct "Roman School" dominating the life of the Church. Dr. Rao shows how this "School", promoted by popes, certain bishops, and some universities, institutes, religious orders, and individual scholars, focused primarily on the need to support Ultramontanism, Thomism, liturgical improvement, and a broader "transformation of all things in Christ". Taken from: The Church of Eugenio Pacelli - 2000 VonHildebrand Institute



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