IL POTERE POLITICO CHRISTIANO Discorsi Pronunciati la Quaresima del 1857 nella Cappella Imperiale delle Tuileries

Ventura di Raulica, Gioacchino ; Tullio Dandolo (editor)

Editorial: Boniardi-Pogliani De E. Besozzi, Milano, 1858
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xxx, 708 pages; Prima versione Italiana per cura Del Conte Tullio Dandolo. OCLC: 797880383 Quarter green leather over green cloth boards. A bit of wear at head of spine, otherwise Very Good. Gioacchino Ventura (dei Baroni) di Raulica (1792, Palermo – 1861, Versailles) was an Italian Roman Catholic pulpit orator, patriot, philosopher and writer. He entered the Society of Jesus in 1808, and in 1817, when the Society was suppressed in Sicily, joined the Theatines. Ordained a priest, he distinguished himself as a Catholic journalist and apologist, especially by his "Funeral Oration of Pius VII" (1823), and as an exponent of the counter-revolutionary worldview of Hughes Felicité Robert de Lamennais, Joseph de Maistre and Louis Gabriel Ambroise de Bonald. He was appointed by Leo XII professor of canon law at the Sapienza, and in 1830 was elected Superior-General of the Theatines. He published his "De methodo philosophandi" in 1828 and "Bellezze della Fede" in 1839. With the accession of Pope Pius IX, Ventura became politically prominent. His "Funeral Oration of O'Connell" (1847) glorified the union of religion and liberty. His eulogy of liberty on the "Morti di Vienna" sounded almost like a diatribe against kings in general and was put on the Index of Prohibited Books. Ventura maintained the lawfulness of the Sicilian Revolution; his political ideal was an Italian Confederation under the presidency of the pope. During the exile of Pius IX at Gaeta, Ventura's position in Rome was delicate. He advocated the separation of the ecclesiastical and temporal powers, and in the name of the Sicilians recognized the Roman Republic. He opposed French intervention in behalf of the pope and when Marshal Oudinot attacked Rome, spoke of Pius IX in words which he bitterly regretted. On the downfall of the Triumvirs (1849), he went to Montpellier and then to Paris (1851). In 1857 he gave the Lenten Sermons at the Tuileries before Napoleon III; which were published in French as "Le pouvoir politique chrétien" (offerred here in the first Italian edition).; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings. N° de ref. de la librería 40462

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Título: IL POTERE POLITICO CHRISTIANO Discorsi ...

Editorial: Boniardi-Pogliani De E. Besozzi, Milano

Año de publicación: 1858

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro:Very Good

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