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"Women must soldiers too". Catholic women against the "triumphant revolution". This essay focuses on the Archiconfrerie des Meres Chretiennes
Journal Title: PASSATO E PRESENTE 
Author/s: Azzurra Tafuro 
Year:  2014 Issue: 92 Language: Italian 
Pages:  24 Pg. 31-54 FullText PDF:  628 KB
DOI:  10.3280/PASS2014-092003
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One of the largest Catholic women’s organizations in the nineteenth century. Founded in 1850 in Lille by Louise Josson, the group quickly developed in Europe and all over the world, with its headquarters in Paris and Rome. The study sheds light on women’s crucial role in two different forms of Catholic counter-revolution: in Italy, the struggle against unification; in France, opposition to the secularization process. Key words: Catholic women, motherhood, counter-revolution, Theodore Ratisbonne, conversion
Keywords: Donne cattoliche, maternita, controrivoluzione, Theodore Ratisbonne, conversione

Azzurra Tafuro, "Women must soldiers too". Catholic women against the "triumphant revolution". This essay focuses on the Archiconfrerie des Meres Chretiennes in "PASSATO E PRESENTE" 92/2014, pp. 31-54, DOI:10.3280/PASS2014-092003

   

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