THE CHURCH AND THE MODERN ERA 1846-2005

By David Wagner
Product Code: 11646 ISBN No:9781594717871 In Stock
Publisher:  Ave Maria
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The “modern era” of the Catholic Church began with the election of Blessed Pius IX in 1846 and ends with the death of St John Paul II in 2005, the last pope to have served as a council father at Vatican II. With monarchies falling, nation-states rising, and industrialisation and mass migration underway, the world in which we live changed more during this period than any other, David Wagner contends. While the Church may feel more user-friendly and less formal than ever before, what we believe has been handed down from the beginning.

Wagner will reintroduce you to some of the era’s most powerful examples of virtue and faith such as St John Henry Newman, St Thérèse of Lisieux, St Josephine Bakhita, St Faustina, and St Maximillian Kolbe. He will also dispel some of the long-held misconceptions about the Church that span the 160-year period.

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