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Church and state through the centuries; a collection of historic documents with commentaries

Print Book, English, 1967
Biblo and Tannen, New York, 1967
xii, 625 pages 24 cm
I. THE ROMAN EMPIRE AND THE DARK AGES: The Emperor Trajan: Letter to Pliny concerning the treatment of Christians (113 A.D.) Edict of Milan (313) The Emperors Gratian, Valentinian II and Theodosius I: Edict establishing Christianity as state religion (380) The Emperors Valentinian III and Theodosius II: Edict on the popes primacy (445) The Emperor Justinian I: View on spiritual and temporal power (535) Pope Gelasius I: View on spiritual and temporal power (494) Charlemagnes view on church and state (796) Lothair I: Constitutio Romana (824) Donation of Constantine (c. 750-850). II. THE GREGORIAN REFORMATION: Pope Nicholas II: Decree In nomine Domini on Papal election (1059) Robert Guiscards vassalage to the Papacy (1059) Pope Gregory VII: Second letter to Hermann of Metz on secular power (1081) Pope Gregory VII: Depositions of Henry IV, king of Germany (1076 and 1080) Pope Gregory VII: Dictatus Papae Henry IV of Germany: View on the relationship between church and state (1076) Concordat of Worms (1122). III. THE FEUDAL MIDDLE AGES: Pope Adrian IV: Bull Laudabiliter (grant of Ireland) (1155) Henry II of England: Constitutions of Clarendon (1164) Frederic Barbarossa: View on papacy and empire (1157) Pope Alexander III: Decree Licet de vitanda on papal election (1179) Pope Innocent III: Views on the plenitude of the papal power (1198, 1202, 1204) King John of England: Vassalage to the Holy See (1213) Pope Gregory IX: View on papacy and empire (1236) Pope Innocent IV: Deposition of the Emperor Frederic II (1245) King Rudolf of Germany: surrender of Italy to the papacy (1279) Pope Boniface VIII: Bull Unam Sanctum (1302) Pope Clement V: Brief Meruit (1306) King Lewis of Germany: Decree Licet iuris on the election of emperors (1338). IV. THE CONCILIAR PERIOD AND THE AGE OF DISCOVERY: King Richard II of England: Statue of Praemunire (1393) Council of Constance: Decrees Sacrosanct and Frequens on the Councils superiority over the Pope (1415 and 1417) Council of Basel: Compacts of Prague with the Hussites (1433) Charles VII of France: Pragmatic Sanction of Bourges (1438) Council of Basel: Deposition of Pope Eugenius IV (1439) Pope Nicholas V: Concordat of Vienna with Germany (1448) Pope Pius II: Bull Execrabilis on appeals to the Councils (1460) Pope Leo X: Concordat of Bologna with France (1516) Pope Nicholas V: Bull Romanus Pontifex on African discoveries (1455) Bull Inter caetera Dininae of Pope Alexander VI on the discovery of America (1493). V. REFORMATION AND COUNTER-REFORMATION: Henry VIII of England: Act of Supremacy (1534) Religious Peace of Augsburg (1555) Pope Paul IV: Bull Ex Apostolatus officio deposing heretical princes (1559) Pope Pius V: Bull Regnans in Excelcis deposing Elizabeth I of England (1570) Henry IV of France: Edict of Nantes (1598) Religious clauses of the Peace of Westphalia (1648) Pope Innocent X: Bull Zelo domus Dei protesting against the Peace of Westphalia (1648) Pope Paul III: Brief Pastorale officium on the treatment of Indians in America (1537). VI. THE AGE OF ABSOLUTISM AND ENLIGHTENMENT: Declaration of the Gallican clergy (1682) Louis XIV of France: Revocation of the Edict of Nantes (1685) Charles II of England: Test Act (1673) James II of England: Declaration of Indulgence (1688) Pope clement XI: Protest against the creation of the Kingdom of Prussia (1701) United States of America: Religious clauses of Constitutional Laws (1776, 1785, 1791) The emperor Joseph II: Toleration act (1781) Decree naming the Jesuit Order as protector of the Indians of Paraguay (1636). VII. THE AGE OF LIBERALISM AND CAPITALISM: French Revolution: civil constitution of the clergy (1790) Concordat between the Papacy and the First French Republic (1801) Catholic Emancipation act in Great Britain and Ireland (1829) Belgian constitution of 1831: Religious clauses Pope Pius IX: Concordat with Ecuador (1862) Pope Pius IX: Syllabus errorum concerning the Liberal ideology (1864) The Italian law of guarantees (1871) The German Kulturkampf: Law on the appointment of clergy (1874) Pope Leo XIII: Encyclical Immortale Dei on the Liberal conception of State (1885) Pope Leo XIII: Encyclical Rerum novarum (1891) The French law on the separation of Church and State (1905) Pope Benedict XV: Peace proposals during the First World War (1917). VIII. THE AGE OF SOCIALISM AND TOTALITARIANISM: Lateran Treaty and Concordat between he Papacy and Italy (1929) Pope Pius XI: Encyclical Quadragesimo anno (1931) Pope Pius XI: Encyclical Non abbiamo bisogno on the Concordat with Fascist Italy (1931) Pope Pius XI: Concordat with Nazi Germany (1933) corporative Constitutions of Austria (1934) and Portugal (1933 and 1935) Pope Pius XI: Encyclical Mit brennender Sorge on the Concordat with Germany (1937) Pope Pius XI: Encyclical Divini Redemptoris on Communism (1937) Pope Pius XI: Encyclical Nos es muy on the persecution of the Church in Mexico (1937) Irish constitution (1937) Pope Pius XII: View on Spiritual Power of Church and Modern Concepts of state Power (1945) Pope Pius XII: Excommunication of Communists (1949) Czechoslovak Communist law on Church affairs (1949)