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by Maria Elisabetta de Franciscis
Italy and the Vatican book. This book deals with Church and State Relations in Italy.
Italy and the Vatican book. While it focuses on the period 1965-1985 it also provides a thorough historical background of the issues involved in this relationship from 1860 onwards. A comparative analysis between the 1929 Lateran Accords and its revisions of 1984 is included, as well as the only English translation of the 1984 text thus far av This book deals with Church and State Relations in Italy.
This book deals with Church and State Relations in Italy
This book deals with Church and State Relations in Italy.
Italy and the Vatican: The (1984) Concordat between church and state. New York: Peter Lang. The Vatican and Italian Fascism, 1929–1932: A study in conflict. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Diamanti, I. and Ceccarini, . .Catholics and politics after the Christian democrats: The influential minority. Journal of Modern Italian Studies 12, no. 1: 37–59. Il valore della questione cattolica. Conservative Catholics and Italian Fascism: The Clerico-Fascists.
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A concordat is a convention between the Holy See and a sovereign state that defines the relationship between the Catholic Church and the state in matters that concern both, . the recognition and privileges of the Catholic Church in a particular country and with secular matters that impact on church interests.
by Maria Elisabetta de Franciscis.
Maria Elisabetta de Franciscis.
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