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106 101 Heribert Raab, “Zur Geschichte der Herz-Jesu-Verehrung im Mittelrheingebiet während des 18. Jahrhunderts. ), Beiträge zur Mainzer Kirchengeschichte der Neuzeit. Festschrift für Philipp Brück (Mainz: 1973), 177–190. 102 The alleged ignorance and violence of the mendicant orders (monastic prisons) were only two charges among many. See Barton, Jesuiten, Jansenisten, Josephiner, 225–246; Chadwick, The Popes and European Revolution, 239–242. 103 Cf. Bernhard Groethuysen, Die Entstehung der bürgerlichen Welt- und Lebensanschauung in Frankreich, 2 vols.
152 For the first time in history, the Church 148 Cf. ), Jean Mabillon: Œuvres choisies (Paris: 2007); Marius Reiser, Bibelkritik und Auslegung der Heiligen Schrift (Tübingen: 2007), 185–218; 219–276. 149 The programmatic work of this school were Jean Mabillon’s (1632–1707) De re diplomatica (1681) and his Traité des Etudes Monastiques (1691). Gross, Rome in the Age of the Enlightenment, 263–265; Lehner, “Introduction: Ecumenism and Enlightenment Catholicism: Dom Beda Mayer,” passim. J. J. (1681–1758).
Better pay and education for priests, were often accepted by the mostly overworked and underpaid rural clergy, who were lacking time, money, and education to engage academically with the new ideas. : 2009), 149–153. 183 See the analysis of monastery libraries in Westphalia by Harm Klueting, “Klosterbibliotheken im Herzogtum Westfalen am Ende des 18. Jahrhunderts,” Zeitschrift für historische Forschung 7 (1980): 77–111. For an investigation of private and clergy libraries in Cologne, Aachen, and Münster see Schlögl, Glaube und Religion in der Säkularisierung.
A Companion to the Catholic Enlightenment in Europe by Ulrich L. Lehner and Michael Printy (editors)