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The seventeenth-century Gallicans and their subsequent followers, successors to the conciliarists, upheld the authority of the national church and the national episcopacy; the ultramontanes and neo-ultramontanes of the nineteenth century favored the centralization of ecclesiastical authority in the papacy and fought vigorously against the conciliarist and Gallican. The Gallicans seemed to have had momentum on their side until the French Revolution. After the Revolution, because of the devastation of the Gallican Church, the impetus shifted to the ultramontanes, culminating in the deﬁnition of papal infallibility at Vatican I (1869-70).
Michael’s College, Toronto, 1980). Isaac T Hecker, “Dr. Brownson’s Road to the Church,” Catholic World 66 (October, 1887): 6. 40 American Catholic Religious Thought of the Enlightenment. His apologetical emphasis, however, was placed upon the subject rather than the object, as the starting point for any analysis of the religious dimension of life. VATICAN I AND PAPAL AUTHORITY, 1869-1870 American Catholics, whether inﬂuenced more by the Enlightenment or by romanticism, repeatedly had to answer American Nativist and Protestant charges against the papacy.
At that time ... 78 One element of the modern world that was clearly a manifestation of God’s work in the world was the development of American democracy. It was itself the result of an evolutionary process that was in its origins ultimately Christian. ” The church, therefore, should be behind contemporary progressive democratic movements in economic as well as political life because those movements were basically Christian in their origins and ultimate destiny. ”79 Because the Americanists had an immanentist view of the natural order and a providential-developmental view of history, they called upon Catholics to enter into the intellectual and scientiﬁc developments of the modern age.
American Catholic Religious Thought: The Shaping Of A Theological & Social Tradition (Marquette Studies in Theology) by Patrick W. Carey