By Jill Fehleison
On the political and non secular crossroads the place John Calvin and the Protestant Reformation had taken carry, the Catholic diocese of Geneva struggled to transform their Protestant friends again to the Church whereas retaining a convention of piety and a company disciplinary hand. This severe research examines the luck of Catholic counter-reform in key rural villages and appears on the major position performed through Bishop François de revenues, who had the bizarre problem of facing the 2 political experts of Savoy and France. Drawing from a wealth of basic resources, together with visitation files of bishops and different diocesan records, Jill Fehleison contributes to our knowing of early sleek Catholicism because it addressed the demanding situations of coexisting with Protestantism.
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Additional resources for Boundaries of Faith: Catholics and Protestants in the Diocese of Geneva (Early Modern Studies, Volume 5)
Charles-Emmanuel tried again to take back Geneva in the illadvised Escalade of 11–12 December 1602 but was forced to recognize 14 Brossard. Histoire Politique et Religieuse, 279–80, 285–86. The lands from Berne were regained with the completion of the Treaties of Lausanne (1564) and Nyon. 15 Martin, Trois Cas de Pluralisme Confessionnel, 61, 66. Henri III’s support was short-lived; he was assassinated in July 1589. 16 Martin, Trois Cas de Pluralisme Confessionnel, 65; and Dufour, La guerre de 1589–1593, 94–96.
Notwithstanding continued involvement in the Bourbon/Habsburg struggle in Europe, the papacy found its influence in secular affairs primarily confined to Italy. The papacy took steps to gain greater control over the rapidly expanding missions with the establishment of the Congregatio de Propaganda Fide in 1622 during the brief pontificate of Gregory XV (Alessandro Ludovisi). This new congregation was well funded and given oversight of the Catholic missions throughout the world. 31 After a long and controversial conclave, Maffeo Barberini became Pope Urban VIII (1623–1644).
One Capuchin in particular, Chérubin de Maurienne, was probably the most important preacher to the mission after François de Sales. Like so much associated with the efforts to revive Catholicism in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, the Capuchins adapted and reinvigorated much from the medieval church rather than striking out in a new direction. The Clerics Regular of St. Paul, more commonly known as the Barnabites, never achieved the membership or fame of the Jesuits or the Capuchins, but they too were part of the movement of regular clergy into active service and left their own mark.