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Pius VII and Napoleon - Part 2 of 4 - Concordat and Coronation
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Michael Davies
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  The election of Pius VII, the signing of the concordat with France and the crowning of Napoleon are treated here. Napoleon, who was both a revolutionary and a man of order simultaneously, wished to restore a stability in Church and State that would support his own power. Hence, the negotiation of the Concordat and the establishment of a traditionalist/revolutionary "Empire" described by Michael Davies. Taken from: Phoenix in a Fiery World: Church in the 19th Century - 1999 VonHildebrand Institute


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