New PDF release: A View From Rome: On the Eve of the Modernist Crisis

By David G. Schultenover

The underlying rivalry of this research is that, on the grounds that Catholic Modernism used to be outlined now not by means of the so-called modernists yet via the anti-modernists, to appreciate it one needs to comprehend the anti-modernist (or integralist) brain. Schultenover argues that, on the grounds that Catholic Modernism used to be outlined now not via modernists yet via the anti-modernists, to appreciate it one needs to comprehend the anti-modernist (or integralist) mind.

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49. Merry del Val, although born in London, was Spanish by nationality. Pius X testified that this was one reason why he chose him as secretary of state (Cenci, Merry del Val, p. 138). His older brother Alfonso continued in his father's footsteps as Spanish ambassador in London and in Copenhagen (Quinn, Give Me Souls, pp. viii-ix). Certainly the Spanish regarded Merry del Val as one of their own. It was at the request of the Spanish hierarchy that Merry del Val's cause for canonization was opened by Pope Pius XII on 26 February 1953 (Charles Ledré, ''Rafael Merry del Val," New Catholic Encyclopedia).

Pius X testified that this was one reason why he chose him as secretary of state (Cenci, Merry del Val, p. 138). His older brother Alfonso continued in his father's footsteps as Spanish ambassador in London and in Copenhagen (Quinn, Give Me Souls, pp. viii-ix). Certainly the Spanish regarded Merry del Val as one of their own. It was at the request of the Spanish hierarchy that Merry del Val's cause for canonization was opened by Pope Pius XII on 26 February 1953 (Charles Ledré, ''Rafael Merry del Val," New Catholic Encyclopedia).

Merry del Val, although born in London, was Spanish by nationality. Pius X testified that this was one reason why he chose him as secretary of state (Cenci, Merry del Val, p. 138). His older brother Alfonso continued in his father's footsteps as Spanish ambassador in London and in Copenhagen (Quinn, Give Me Souls, pp. viii-ix). Certainly the Spanish regarded Merry del Val as one of their own. It was at the request of the Spanish hierarchy that Merry del Val's cause for canonization was opened by Pope Pius XII on 26 February 1953 (Charles Ledré, ''Rafael Merry del Val," New Catholic Encyclopedia).

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