2 edition of Catholicism in New England to 1788 found in the catalog.
Catholicism in New England to 1788
Arthur J. Riley
|Statement||by Rev. Arthur J. Riley.|
|LC Classifications||BX1408 .R5 1936|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 479 p.|
|Number of Pages||479|
|LC Control Number||37000710|
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Catholicism in New England to The Catholic University of America, Studies in American Church History, V24 Paperback – February 2, by Arthur Joseph Riley (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Arthur Joseph Riley.
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Save this Record. This book explores the complex relationship between anti-Catholicism, or anti-popery to use the contemporary term, and the American Revolution in New England. Anti-Catholicism was among the most common themes in colonial New England by: This book explores the complex relationship between anti-Catholicism, or anti-popery to use the contemporary term, and the American Revolution in New England.
Anti-Catholicism was among the most common themes in colonial New England culture. Nonetheless, New Englanders entered into an alliance with French Catholics against Protestant Britons during the American. Rapid anti-Catholicism in England had been flamed by works like John Foxe's Book of Martyrs illustrating some of the nearly Protestants who were burned between and under Queen Mary I.
The tradition was intensified by tales of the Gunpowder Plot, when a group of Catholics would have supposedly planned to blow up King James but for the scheme's.
For many Catholics, freedom of worship was something to be cherished; Boston wouldn’t have its first public Mass until Father Connor instructs readers on how precious religious freedom. The story of British Catholicism is a kind of mirror image of the creation of a national identity. Catholicism was for centuries the negative against which Britain defined itself.
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Catholics -- Australia -- New South Wales. Catholics -- New. These two factors alarmed the anti-Catholic elements in conservative Protestantism, and a large number of new anti-Catholic books, tracts, tapes, and videos began to appear.
Among the most significant of the current wave of anti-Catholic Protestants are Jack T. Chick, Dave Hunt, John MacArthur, John Ankerberg, and James McCarthy. Indeed, the king replaced the pope as the demon patriots had to fight against. Anti-Catholicism remained strong among Loyalists, some of whom went to Canada after the war while most remained in the new nation.
By the s, Catholics were extended legal toleration in all of the New England states that previously had been so hostile. The birth of James’s son changed the line of succession, and many feared a Catholic dynasty in England was imminent. The Whigs, the main group that opposed Catholic succession, were especially.
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