The Cardinals of the Holy Roman
Bibliographic items added to the site - October
to December 2017
Following are the books and articles added to the general bibliography and/or the individual biographical entries between the months of October and December 2017.
- Balthasar, Hans Urs von. Romano Guardini: reform from the source. Translated by Albert K. Wimmer and D.C. Schindler. San Francisco : Ignatius Press, 2010.
Contents: Preface -- Where Guardini stood -- His mandate -- His objective -- Seeing with others -- The pure light -- Conclusion.
- Barbarigo, Gregorio. San Gregorio Barbarigo ai suoi sacerdoti. A cura di Claudio Bellinati, Ezio Bolis. [S.l.] : Gregoriana libreria editrice ; Padova :
Euganea editoriale comunicazioni, 1997. Contents: Discorsi e scritti al clero / san Gregorio Barbarigo -- Scritti vari di spiritualità ecclesiale.
- Barbarigo, Gregorio; Serena, Sebastiano. S. Gregorio Barbarigo e la vita spirituale e cultuale nel suo Seminario di Padova; lettre e saggi editi dagli amici in
memoria. Padova, Editrice Antenore, 1963. (Miscellanea erudita, 11-12). Notes: Documents (p. 196-550) in Italian or Latin consist chiefly of letters written by Saint Gregorio
Barbarigo./ "Scritti di Sebastiano Serena": p. xix-xxiv./ Includes bibliographical references. Contents: "L'opera data dal cardinale Beato Gregorio Barbarigo nel Seminario di Padova
agli studi della lingua e della letteratura latina", p. 1-56; "Il cardinale Gregorio Barbarigo e gli studi scientifici nel Seminario di Padova nel secolo XVIII", p. 57-77; "Il
cardinale Beato Gregorio Barbarigo e le scienze matematiche", p. 78-98; "Il Beato Gregorio Barbarigo cardinale vescovo di Padova e Cosimo III de Medici granduca di Toscana", p. 99-136;
"Il cardinale Gregorio Barbarigo e l'Oriente", p. 137-171; "Lettere inedite del Beato Gregorio Barbarigo e Giulio Giustinian", p. 172-294; "Lettere del Beato Gregorio Barbarigo a Marco
Antonio Ferrazzi prefetto degli studi nel Seminario di Padova (1687-1693)", p. 295-360; "Quaranta due lettere del cardinale Beato Gregorio Barbarigo a Giovanni Pastrizio", p. 361-431;
"Lettere del cardinale Beato Gregorio Barbarigo al rettore del suo Seminario Sebastiano De Grandis (1674-1697)", p. 432-550.
- Bayly, Thomas ; Hall, Richard Hall. The life & death of that renowned John Fisher Bishop of Rochester. London : [s.n.], Printed in the yeare, 1655.
- Bernardin, Joseph. Celebrating the ministry of healing : Joseph Cardinal Bernardin's reflections on healthcare. St. Louis, Mo. : Catholic Health Association of the U.S.,
- Bernardin, Joseph ; Langan, John. A moral vision for America. Washington, D.C. : Georgetown University Press, ©1998. Summary: Joseph Cardinal Bernardin of
Chicago was for twenty years the most influential U.S. Catholic bishop: he was also a beloved public figure whose views commanded respect from Catholics and non-Catholics alike.
This posthumous collection presents Cardinal Bernardin's remarkably sustained and thoughtful efforts to articulate an overall framework for moral decisions - a consistent ethic of
life--And to affirm an active role for religious convictions in a democratic society.--Jacket.
- Borghesi, Mmassimo. Jorge Mario Bergoglio. Una biografia intellettuale. Dialettica e mistica. Milano : Jaca Book, 2017.
- Bouyer, Louis. The Spirituality of the New Testament and the Fathers. London : Burns & Oates, 1986, ©1968. (History of Christian spirituality, v. 1).
- Bradshaw, Brendan and Eamon Duffy. Humanism, reform, and the Reformation : the career of Bishop John Fisher. Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1989.
Contents: Bishop John Fisher 1469-1535: the man and his work / Brendan Bradshaw -- John Fisher and the promotion of learning / Malcolm Underwood -- The university chancellor /
Christopher N.L. Brooke -- The bishop in his diocese / Stephen Thompson -- Fisher and Erasmus / H.C. Porter -- Fisher and More: a note / Germain Marc'Hadour -- The polemical
theologian / Richard Rex -- Fisher's view of the church / Brian Gogan -- Fisher, Henry VIII and the Reformation crisis / J.J. Scarisbrick -- Royal ecclesiastical supremacy / Henry
Chadwick -- The spirituality of John Fisher / Eamon Duffy.
- Cameron, Annie. The Apostolic camera and Scottish benefices, 1418-1488. London : Published for St. Andrews University by H. Milford, Oxford University Press,
1934. Note: Submitted as a thesis for the degree of doctor of letters, University of St Andrews. The text is a calendar of all the entries relating to Scotland in the registers of
the Apostolic camera from the succession of Martin V to the death of James III.
- Carey, Patrick W. Avery Cardinal Dulles, SJ : a model theologian, 1918-2008. New York : Paulist Press, 2010.
Contents: Dulles family heritage -- Home and education, 1920-1940 -- Becoming a Catholic, 1937-1941 -- The Navy years, 1941-1946 -- Becoming a Jesuit, 1946-1958 -- From the Gregorian
to Woodstock, 1958-1965 -- From Vatican II to the closing of Woodstock, 1966-1974 -- Models theology for turbulent times, 1966-1974 -- A chastened progressivism, 1974-1988 -- The
moderate middle in theology, 1974-1988 -- The ecumenist, 1971-1996 -- Theology for a postcritical age, 1988-2000 -- Evangelization and faith, 1988-2008 -- Interpreting Vatican II and
the Church, 1988-2008 -- The Cardinal, 2001-2008 -- The last years.
- Carlen, Claudia. Guide to the documents of Pius XII, 1939-1949. Westminster, Md., Newman Press, 1951.
- Colonna, Giovanni ; Donati Barcelona, Maria. Les musées du Vatican. Paris : Grange Batelière, 1974. (Musées du monde).
- Cornwell, John. The Pontiff in winter : triumph and conflict in the reign of John Paul II. New York : Doubleday, 2004. Summary: Presents the life story of
Pope John Paul II, with an assessment of the achievements and failings which have made him such a controversial figure in the first decade of the twenty-first century.
- De Lai, Gaetano. The Real Presence of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist. Dublin : Browne and Nolan, 1931.
- Dowling, Maria. Fisher of Men : A Life of John Fisher, 1469-1535. Basingstoke: Macmillan ; New York: St Martin's Press, 1999.
- Dulles, Avery. John Paul II and the mystery of the human person. New York : Produced by Development and University Relations, Office of Public Affairs, Fordham
University, ©2004. (McGinley lecture series, 2003).
- The end of time? : the provocation of talking about God : proceedings of a meeting of Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger, Johann Baptist Metz, Jürgen Moltmann, and Eveline
Goodman-Thau in Ahaus. Edited by Tiemo Rainer Peters ; Claus Urban; James Matthew Ashley. Mahwah, N.J. : Paulist Press, ©2004. Summary: An opportunity to listen in on what
was an important forum for theological discussion and an experiment in church politics, this work makes available the proceedings from this significant meeting. Of particular interest
is the appearance here of Metz and Ratzinger, two theologians who had clashed in the past and who are, theologically, poles apart.
- Erlanger, Philippe ; Wolf, Patricia. Richelieu, the thrust for power. New York : Stein and Day, 1968.
- Falasca, Stefania. Papa Luciani : Chronicle of a Death. 2017.
- Fisher, John, Saint. Exposition of the seven penitential Psalms. San Francisco : Ignatius Press, ©1998. Summary: In the morning of June 22, 1535, John Fisher,
chancellor of Cambridge University, bishop of Rochester, cardinal of the Catholic Church, was beheaded on Tower Hill in London. At the time, he was considered one of the most holy and
learned prelates in all of Christendom and was a great source of inspiration and strength for fellow martyr St. Thomas More.
- Fisher, John, Saint. Opera Omnia. Ioannis Fischerii, Roffensis in Anglia Episcopi, Opera quae hactenus inveniri potuerunt omnia, singulari studio diligenter conquisita,
partim antea quidem excusa, nunc autem sedulo recognita; partim iam primum in lucem edita. Horum elenchum vide, studiose Lector, folio sequenti. Adiectus est rerum ac verborum
memorabilium locupletissimus index. London : Gregg, 1967. Reprint of 1597 edition.
- Fisher, John, Saint; Hatt, Cecilia A. The English works of John Fisher, Bishop of Rochester (1469-1535) : sermons and other writings, 1520-1535. New York : Oxford
University Press, 2001. Summary: Bishop John Fisher was a scholar and theologian of European reputation, famous as a preacher and author of the first sermon-sequence to be printed in
English. He was beheaded for his refusal to take Henry VIII's Oath of Supremacy and pursued after his death by the enmity of the king, who suppressed his books and sought to blacken
his name. The figure of John Fisher links the age of late medieval piety with the growth of Christian humanism and the new learning which, as a friend of Erasmus, he introduced as
chancellor of Cambridge University. His English writings are distinctive for their structured elegance and clarity. This new edition contains sermons written during the last fifteen
years of Fisher's life, including a previously unpublished eyewitness account of the Field of Cloth of Gold celebrations, and devotional works composed while he was a prisoner in the
Tower of London.--Book Jacket.
- García Cortés, Carlos. Episcopologio Moderno de la Iglesia Compostelana. Arzobispos de Santiago 1751-2011. Aranjuez, Madrid : Xerión ; Santiago de Compostela :
Arzobispado de Santiago de Compostela, 2012. ( Ecclesiástica sacra, 4. Gallaecia sacra).
- Gasparri, Pietro. The Catholic catechism, drawn up by His Eminence Peter Cardinal Gasparri. Translated by Father Hugh Pope. New York, P.J. Kenedy & Sons
- Gasparri, Petro. Tractatus Canonicus de Santissima Eucharistia. 2 vols. Parisiis : Delhomme et Briguet, 1897.
- Gilley, Sheridan. Newman and his age. Westminster, Md. : Christian Classics, 1991.
- Golway, Terry. Full of grace : an oral biography of John Cardinal O'Connor. New York : Pocket Books, ©2001. Summary: An anecdotal portrait of the late
Archbishop of New York shares the memories of those who knew John Cardinal O'Connor the best and discusses his fierce devotion to the church, civil liberties, social justice, and
- Gondi de Retz, Jean François Paul de. Memoirs of the Cardinal de Retz ; containing all the great events during the minority of Louis XIV and administration of Cardinal
Mazarin. London : H.S. Nichols, 1896. (Historic court memoirs).
- Granados, José ; Granados, Carlos ; Sánchez Navarro, Luis. Opening up the Scriptures : Joseph Ratzinger and the foundations of biblical interpretation. Grand
Rapids, Mich. : William B. Eerdmans Pub. Co., ©2008. (Ressourcement (Grand Rapids, Mich.)). Summary: This volume was written by a group of eminent Catholics, including Joseph Cardinal
Ratzinger -- now Pope Benedict XVI. In these essays the authors contend that historical-critical interpretation of Scripture has long since run its course in both Protestant and
Catholic exegesis. Instead, they argue, the future of interpretation lies in accepting that the Bible is not just a collection of historical documents but also a record of revelation
conceived in faith. By this token, true exegesis involves the faith and humility of the exegete.
- Griffin, John R. A historical commentary on the major Catholic works of Cardinal Newman. New York : P. Lang, ©1993. (American University Studies, Series IX,
History, v. 125).
- Guardini, Romano. Letters from Lake Como : explorations in technology and the human race. Uniform Title: Briefe vom Comer See. English With an introduction by Louis
Dupré ; translated by Geoffrey W. Bromiley. Grand Rapids, Mich. : W.B. Eerdmans, 1994. (Ressourcement) Abstract: This book collects a fascinating series of letters written by
theologian-philosopher Romano Guardini in the mid-1920s in which he works out for the first time his sense of the challenges of humanity in a culture increasingly dominated by the
machine. With prophetic clarity and unsettling farsightedness, Guardini's letters poignantly capture the personal implications and social challenges of living in the technological age
- concerns that have now come to fruition seventy years after they were first raised.
- Hauke, Manfred. Maria, "Mittlerin aller Gnaden" : die universale Gnadenmittlerschaft Mariens im theologischen und seelsorglichen Schaffen von Kardinal Mercier
(1851-1926). Regensburg : Friedrich Pustet, 2004. (Mariologische Studien ; Bd. 17). Contents: Die Aktualität des Themas -- Die "Initialzündung" der Bewegung für
eine dogmatische Definition der universalen Gnadenmittlerschaft Mariens -- Die geistige Vorbereitung im Gefolge des Immaculata-Dogmas von 1854 -- Der geistliche Impuls von Mutter Magdalena (Palmyre Ryckaert) -- Der
Lebensweg Merciers vor der Ernennung zum Erzbischof -- Die Bedeutung des Ersten Weltkriegs -- Die Spannung zum Ökumenismus der
Mechelner Gespräche -- Die marianischen Initiativen Kardinal Merciers -- Der Ausgang der Initiativen Merciers -- Ergebnis.
- Heston, Edward L. The Press and Vatican II. Notre Dame, IN : University of Notre Dame Press, 1967.
- Hibbert, Christopher. The Borgias and their enemies : 1431-1519. Orlando : Harcourt, Inc., 2008. Abstract: The name Borgia is synonymous with the corruption, nepotism,
and greed that were rife in Renaissance Ialy. The powerful, voracious Rodrigo Borgia, better known to history as Pope Alexander VI, was the central figure of the dynasty. Two of his
seven papal offspring also rose to power and fame--Lucrezia Borgia, his daughter, whose husband was famously murdered by her brother, and that brother, Cesare, who served as the model
for Machiavelli's The Prince. Notorious for seizing power, wealth, land, and titles through bribery, marriage, and murder, the dynastyis dramatic rise from its Spanish roots to its
occupation of the highest position in Renaissance society forms a gripping tale. Erudite, witty, and insightful, Hibbert removes the layers of myth around the Borgia family and
creates a portrait alive with his sense of character and place.--From publisher description. Contents: The crumbling city -- Elections and celebrations -- A man of endless virility --
Servant of the servant of God -- Marriages and alliances -- The French in Rome -- The conquest of Naples -- The Borgia Bull -- Father and children -- The Dominican friar -- Murder --
Another husband for Lucrezia -- The unwanted Cardinalis hat -- Cesare's French bride -- Conquests -- Jubilee -- Duke of the Romagna -- The Naples Campaign -- The Duke and the Borgia
girl -- Frolics and festivities -- The new bride -- Castles and condottieri -- The death of the Pope -- Conclaves -- Cesare at bay -- Duchess of Ferrara -- The end of the affair -- The
Death of the Duchess -- Saints and sinners.
- Howard, Anthony. Basil Hume : the monk cardinal. London : Headline, 2005. Commentary: On his death in 1999, the London Times observed: "Few churchmen in this century,
inside or outside the Catholic Church, have died more deeply loved." Basil Hume's 23-year reign brought with it a state of harmony within the Catholic Church that hadn't been enjoyed
for four centuries. A deeply holy man, Hume knew at an early age the path he wanted to follow, but it was never an easy journey. Ultimately, however, nothing could deter his dedication
to that in which he believed, including his tireless campaign on behalf of the Maguire Seven and the Guildford Four. Granted unique access to Cardinal Hume's private papers and the
people who knew him best, Anthony Howard chronicles Hume's long reign with clarity and insight.
- Hume, Basil. Light in the Lord : reflections on priesthood. Collegeville, Minn. : Liturgical Press, 1993.
- Hurtubise, Pierre. La cour pontificale au XVIe siècle d' Alexandre VI à Clément VIII : (1492-1605). Città del Vaticano : Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, 2017. (Biblioteca Apostolica
Vaticana.; Studi e testi).
- Kennedy, Eugene Cullen. Cardinal Bernardin's Stations of the Cross : transforming our grief and loss into new life. New York : St. Martin's Press, 2003.
Summary: A series of meditations on the traditional Stations, based on scriptural scholarship, and the stations Cardinal Bernadin lived out in his own life, which reproduced the
passion and death of Jesus, from being judged unjustly, the bearing of his own cross, his last meeting with his mother, to his public death.
- Leclercq, Jean; Vandenbroucke, François; Bouyer, Louis. The spirituality of the Middle Ages. London : Burnes & Oates, 1986, ©1968. (History of Christian
spirituality, v. 2).
- Lunt, William E. The financial system of the mediaeval papacy in the light of recent literature. Boston : G.H. Ellis Co., 1909.
- Lunt, William E. Papal Revenues in the Middles Ages. 2 vols. New York : Columbia University Press, 1934. Note: A collection of the original records of the
papal camera, in translation, with historical introduction.
- Lyell, James P. R. Cardinal Ximenes statesman, ecclesiastic, soldier and man of letters, with an account of the Complutensian polyglot Bible. London, Grafton & Co.,
- Maliński, Mieczysław. Pope John Paul II, the life of Karol Wojtyla. New York : Seabury Press, 1979.
- Marchetto, Agostino. The Second Vatican Council: A Counterpoint for the History of the Council. Scranton : University of Scranton Press, 2010.
- Marzola, Italo. La catechesi liturgica nel pensiero e nell'opera del cardinale Giacomo Lercaro. Città del vVaticano : Libreria Editrice Vaticana, 1980.
(Teologia e filosofia, 12).
- Masson, Georgina. The Borgias. 1st American ed. New York : Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1981. Contents: Borgia beginnings: the road to Rome -- Calixtus III: founder of
the Borgia fortunes -- Cardinal Rodrigo: the Borgia dynast -- Pope Alexander VI -- Alexander and Cesare -- Cesare the prince -- The Borgia eclipse and the good duchess -- The Borgia
- Masson, Pierre. L'Esprit-Saint dans l'œuvre du Cardinal Newman : la transformation intérieure du chrétien dans l'Eglise. Roma : Pontificia Università Lateranense,
1978. (Theses ad lauream in s. theologia).
- Mercier, Désiré ; Boileau, David A. Cardinal Mercier's philosophical essays : a study in neo-Thomism. Herent, Belgium : Peeters, .
- Messori, Vittorio. Kidnapped by the Vatican? The unpublished memoirs of Edgardo Mortara. Translated by Michael J. Miller. San Francisco : Ignatius Press,
2017. Description: In 1888 Fr. Edgardo Mortara wrote his autobiography so that the world would understand he had not been kidnapped by the Vatican. Here, along with a thorough
introduction by Vittorio Messori, his story is published for the first time in English. As an infant, Mortara was on the point of death and secretly baptized by a Catholic servant
employed by his family. He recovered his health, and in the Papal States where his family lived, the law required that he, like other baptized children, receive a Christian education.
After several failed attempts to persuade his parents to enroll him in a local Catholic school, in 1858 Pope Pius IX had the boy taken from his family in Bologna and sent to a Catholic
boarding school in Rome. There the child grew in Faith and eventually responded to the calling to become a Catholic priest. The Mortara Case reverberated around the world. Journalists,
politicians, and Jewish leaders tried to pressure Pius IX to reverse his decision. The pope's refusal to do so was used as one of the reasons to dissolve the Papal States in 1870.
Currently the case is being used as an argument against the canonization of Pius IX, whom John Paul II beatified in 2000.
- Miller, J. Michael. The shepherd and the rock : origins, development, and mission of the papacy. Huntington, Ind. : Our Sunday Visitor, ©1995.
- Mongrain, Kevin. The systematic thought of Hans Urs von Balthasar : an Irenaean retrieval. New York : Herder & Herder, ©2002.
- Nevins, Willis. England and the Holy See (A.D. 1066-1603). London ; Edinburgh ; Dublin : Williams & Norgate, 1880.
- Newman, John Henry. Certain difficulties felt by Anglicans in Catholic teaching considered. London : Burns and Oates, 1879.
- Newman today : papers presented at a conference on John Henry Cardinal Newman. Edited by Stanley L Jaki ; Wethersfield Institute. San Francisco : Ignatius Press,
©1989. (Proceedings of the Wethersfield Institute, v. 1).
- Olin, John C. Catholic reform : from Cardinal Ximenes to the Council of Trent, 1495-1563 : an essay with illustrative documents and a brief study of St. Ignatius
Loyola. New York : Fordham University Press, 1990. Summary: Focusing on the 16th-century religious renewal that remained within the Catholic Church, this work argues that
this reform began as a parallel movement to the Protestant Reformation. It includes an examination of the course of reform from 1495 to 1563 and key documents illustrating its
- Oro, Ignazio dell'. Papa Alessandro VI. Rodrigo Borgia. Milano : Ceschina, 1940; Contents: Rodrigo Borgia [Alessandro VI] e Ferdinando I.--Rodrigo Borgia e Gerolamo
Savonarola I Borgia e Giuliano della Rovere; Picotti, Giovanni Battista.
- Populus Dei : Studi in onore del Card. Alfredo Ottaviani per il cinquantesimo di sacerdozio, 18 marzo 1966. 2 vols. Roma : Communio, 1966. Note: Text in French,
Italian, English, German, and Spanish. Contributors: H. Cazelles, R. de Vaux, P. Grelot, É. Béaucamp, G.-R. Castellino, J. de Fraine, J.-P. van der Ploeg, G. d'Ercole, R. North, S.
Lyonnet, L. Cerfaux, P. Benoît, I. de la Potterie, S. Zedda, J. E. Steinmueller, E. J. Kilmartin, K. Rahner, F. Vattioni, and M. Miguens.
- Prodi, Paolo. The Papal Prince: One Body and Two Souls: The Papal Monarchy in Early Modern Europe. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1982.
- Redig de Campos, Deoclecio ; Donati Barcelona, Maria. Art treasures of the Vatican : architecture, painting, sculpture. Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice-Hall,
- Richelieu and his age. Edited by Joseph Bergin and Laurence Brockliss. Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1992. Contents: Richelieu as chief minister : a comparative study of
the favourite in early seventeenth-century politics / A. Lloyd Moote -- 'Une bonne paix' : Richelieu's foreign policy and the peace of Christendom / Hermann Weber -- Richelieu and
reform : rhetoric and political reality / Robin Briggs -- Louis XIII, Richelieu, and the royal finances / Richard Bonney -- Richelieu, the grands, and the French army / David Parrott
-- Richelieu and his bishops? : ministerial power and Episcopal patronage under Louis XIII / Joseph Bergin -- Richelieu and the arts / Edric Caldicott -- Richelieu, education, and the
state / Laurence Brockliss.
- Ridolfi, Roberto. The Life of Girolamo Savonarola. Translated from the Italian by Cecil Grayson. London : Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1959.
- Romei, Danilo ; Rosini, Patrizia. Regesto dei documenti di Giulia Farnese. Raleigh, N.C. : LULU Press, 2012. Description: Raccolta completa dei documenti
originali concernenti Giulia Farnese, l'amante di papa Alessandro sesto che ha fondato la fortuna di casa Farnese. - Complete collection of original documents relating to Giulia
Farnese, the mistress of Pope Alexander the sixth, who founded the fortune of the Farnese family.
- Sayers, Jane E. Original Papal Documents in England and Wales from the Accession of Pope Innocent III to the Death of Pope Benedict XI (1198-1304). Oxford :
Oxford University Press, 1999. Summary: Medieval popes conducted a vigorous correspondence with monarchs, clergy, and lay people all over western Europe. In this volume over a
thousand surviving letters have been brought together, analysed, and discussed. They provide insights not only into the activities of the papal court but also into the aspirations and
desires of the petitioners.
- Schiefen, Richard J. Nicholas Wiseman and the Transformation of English Catholicism. Shepherdstown [W. Va.] : The Patmos Press, 1984.
- Serafini, Alberto. Pio Nono: Giovanni Maria Mastai Ferretti, dalla giovinezza alla morte nei suoi scritti e discorsi editi e inetiti.. 2 vols. Città del Vaticano
: Poliglotta Vaticana, 1958. Contents: v. 1. "Le vie della divina provvidenza (1792-1846)".--v. 2. "Il Pontificato (1846-1878)".
- Smith, Lucy Margaret. Cluny in the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries. London : P. Allan & Co, 1930.
- Soderini, Eduardo. Leo XIII : Italy and France. Translated and annotated by Barbara Barclay Carter. London : Burns Oates & Washbourne, 1935.
- Soderini, Eduardo. The Pontificate of Leo XIII. Translated by Barbara Barclay Carter. 2 vols. London : Burns, Oates & Washbourne, 1934.
- Soranzo, Giovanni. Studî intorno a papa Alessandro VI (Borgia). Milano : Vita e pensiero, 1950. (Pubblicazioni dell'Università cattolica del Sacro Cuore,
nuova ser., v. 34). Contents: L'assunzione al pontificato del cardinale Rodrigo Borgia (Alessandro VI)--Giovanni Burckard, ll suo "Liber notarum" e papa Alessandro VI.--Un prezloso
carteggio papale delgi anni 1490-94. -Il presunto scandalo di Giulia Farnese e Alessandro VI.--Le linee direttive della politica di Alessandro VI.
- Smit, Jan Olav. St. Pius X, Pope. Boston : St. Paul Editions, 1965.
- Seward, Desmond. The burning of the vanities : Savonarola and the Borgia Pope. Stroud : Sutton, 2006.
- Synan, Edward. The Popes and the Jews in the Middle Ages. Preface by John M. Oesterreicher. New York : Macmillan, 1965.
- Tallon, Alain. La France et le concile de Trente (1518-1530). Roma: École française de Rome, 2017. (Classiques de l'École française de Rome). Description:
Vingt ans après la première parution de cet ouvrage, la question des rapports entre État moderne et les Réformes religieuses reste une de plus débattues dans l’historiographie du XVIe
siècle européen et même de celui de la première mondialisation. La cas français dans sa singularité mérite toujours l’attention car il se révèle bien plus complexe que le simple
conflit juridictionnel qui a servi trop longtemps de clé exclusive d’interprétation. Grâce aux débats conciliaires, nous percevons la pluralité des acteurs et leur relative autonomie,
qui suit des chronologies très différentes. La clarification tridentine a dans le cas français laissé suffisamment de place aux compromis doctrinaux et aux intérêts ecclésiastiques de
chacun pour, malgré les éclats de voix diplomatiques, avoir une influence durable dans le royaume, où elle fédère les multiples initiatives venues de cercles les plus divers tout en
disqualifiant une réforme imposée d’en haut, par le pouvoir royal allié ou non au pouvoir pontifical. Le France et le concile de Trente montre comment le catholicisme moderne a su
- Theiner, Augustin ; Geslin de Kersolon, Paul Alexandre. Histoire du pontificat de Clément XIV d'après des documents inédits des archives secrètes du Vatican.
Paris : Firmin Didot frères, 1852.
- Valentinelli, Giuseppe. Della biblioteca del seminario di Padova. Venezia : Tipografia di Teresa Gattei, 1849.
- Verweyen, Hansjürgen. Ein unbekannter Ratzinger : die Habilitationsschrift von 1955 als Schlüssel zu seiner Theologie. Regensburg : Fr. Pustet,
- Wiseman, Nicholas. Four Lectures on the Offices and Ceremonies of Holy Week, as Performed in the Papal Chapels. Delivered in Rome, in the Lent of MDCCCXXIX. London :
Charles Dolman, 1839.
- Wiseman, Nicholas. The Religious and social position of Catholics in England : an address delivered to the Catholic congress of Malines, August 21, 1863.
Dublin : J. Duffy, 1864.
- Yearly, Lee H. The ideas of Newman : Christianity and human religiosity. University Park : Pennsylvania State University Press, ©1978.
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