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THE

AMERICAN

. CATHOLIC QUARTERLY

REVIEW.

Bonum est homini ut eum veritas volentem, quia malum est homini ut eum veritas vincat
invitum. Nam ipsa vincat necesse est, sive negantum sive confitentum.

S. Aug. EPIST. ccxxxviii. AD PASCENT.

VOLUME VIII.

From January to OCTOBER, 1883.

PHILADELPHIA:
HARDY & MAHONY,

PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS,
505 CHESTNUT STREET.

PUBLIC LIBRARY

117156
ASTOR, LENOX AND
TILDEN FOUNDATIONS,

1898.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS.

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SOCIAL AND MORAL ASPECTS OF ITALY AND OTHER ('ATHOLIC COUNTRIES, 1

Political confusion of the countries of Southern Europe, 1: Relations of moral

conduct to the teachings of faith, 2: Apostasy and infidelity in Catholic countries,

3; Incoherent character of Protestantism, 4: To what the present disorder in

Italy is due, 5: The natural fruits of Protestantism, 7: Disintegrating nature of the

doctrine of private judgment, 9; Why many non-Catholics are better than their

religious principles, 10; The (hurch's resources for the bettering of men, 11; Po-

litical condition in Italy to be considered. 13: Religio-political principles of the

Emperor Joseph II., 14; Jansenism at the Italian courts, 15; l'nchristian conduct

of Catholic kings towards the Holy See, 16 : Civil allegiance and submission to

ecclesiastical authority, 17: Protestantism and political absolutism, 18: Influence

of the French Revolution on Italy, 19: The teaching of the schools and the prac-

tical issues of life, 20 : Napoleon's school system in Italy, 21; Dissertation on politi.

cal and civil liberty, 22; Alliances after Napoleon's fall, 24; ('ondition of (hristen-

dom at that time, 25: Papal policy of Gregory XVI. and Pius IX., 26; The Italian

Revolution of 1848,27; Christianity losing its hold on European statesmanship, 28;

New auxiliaries of the old enemies of the Church, 29; (onduct of King Victor

Emmanuel II., 30; The events of 1859, 31: Garibaldi as an ally of the powers

against the Pope, 32; Neither right nor justice in the foundation and construction

of United Italy, 34: How the Pope stands towards the Italian Government, 36;

Striking apathy of Catholic peoples in the present crisis, 37 : The Pope and his tem-

poral subjects, 38; The gross political outrage and national plunder of 1870, 40:

What the Church has suffered since then, 41; Note on religion in other countries

than Italy, 42.

CHURCH ARCHITECTURE IN THE UNITED STATES. By Joseph A. Nolan,

Ph.D., , , ,

Meaning, scope, and character of architecture, 88; Good architecture and the
speedy increase of churches, 89: The great evil of the country is hurry. 90: Various
kinds of economy in architecture, 91: Architectural absurdities and shams in the
shape of churches, 92; Errors pointed out in detail, 93; Ginger-bread work inside

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