Gallicanism


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a religious movement originating among the French Roman Catholic clergy that favored the restriction of papal control and the achievement by each nation of individual administrative autonomy of the church

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Maistre then had to oppose political Gallicanism, which had allowed kingly inference with papal appointments, in order to oppose the democratic will that sought the same.
His rejection of Gallicanism revealed him to be a "radical" innovator--at least in the French context--not "a nostalgic reactionary yearning for the Ancient Regime.
JANSENIST REFORM, LARGER EUROPEAN DEVELOPMENTS, AND THE PROBLEM OF GALLICANISM IN SPAIN IN THE LATER 18TH CENTURY
The development of Gallicanism on the Continent also reinforced the idea of separation of church and state.
The Church in the Republic: Gallicanism and Political Ideology in Renaissance France.
As McNeil asserts in Guillaume Bude: "Bude's religious views are a reflection not of Reformation theology but of the kind of conservative Gallicanism felt by many Frenchmen of his time.
authority as dogma relegated Gallicanism to marginality.
18th-century reformism, whether inspired by the Enlightenment, Gallicanism, Jansenism, or Josephinism, was also anti-Roman.
Fay, A History of Canadian Catholics : Gallicanism, Romanism, and Canadianism, Montreal-Kingston, McGill-Queen's University Press, 2002, xv-400 p.
He also had to deal with the rise of Gallicanism in France and the defiance of the Venetian city-state (which Doelman does mention in some detail, mostly in relation to de Dominis), in addition to James's Protestantism and the situation of Catholics in England.
Moving from the movement's theological roots, Doyle examines Jansenism's growth and popularity within the context of Gallicanism.
She is accused of both Gallicanism, a movement originating with the French clergy that favored the restriction of papal control, and ultramontanism, a policy that absolute authority in the church should be vested in the pope.
The rapid decline in power of the Bourbon monarchs of Spain and Portugal in comparison with France and the severe pressure put upon them in the East by the Protestant powers, the Netherlands and Great Britain, the bitter quarrels in France between Jansenist and Jesuit, between Gallicanism and Ultramontanism, all played their part in destraction of the Jesuit mission built on the Valignano-Ricci perception of Christianity to Confucianism" (p.
In particular, he wanted the liturgy in Solesmes to be celebrated according to the Roman Rite without the additions and innovations that were present in liturgies celebrated throughout France because of the influence of Gallicanism and Jansenism.