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Confraternities and Catholic Reform in Italy, France, and Spain

John Patrick Donnelly & Michael W. Maher, eds.

Sixteenth Century Essays & Studies, vol. 44

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Confraternities go back to the church of the patristic age; they flourished during the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, and they have continued to survive in the modern era. Today the Knights of Columbus and the Saint Vincent De Paul Societies in thousands of American Catholic parishes continue the work of medieval confraternities in combining fellowship, piety, and charity.

Confraternities and the Parish in the Context of Italian Catholic Reform
     Christopher F. Black
Italian Youth Confraternities in an Age of Reform
     Konrad Eisenbichler
Politics, Piety, and Reform: Lay Religiosity in Sixteenth-Century Mantua
     Paul V. Murphy
A House Divided: The Compagnia de Santa Maria dei Battuti in Modena on the Eve of Catholic Reform
     Michelle M. Fontaine
How the Jesuits Used Their Congregations to Promote Frequent Communion
     Michael W. Maher, S.J.
Confraternities and Public Charity: Modes of Civic Welfare in Early Modern Italy
     Nicholas Terpstra
The Transformation of Penitent Confraternities over the Ancien Régime
     Andrew E. Barnes
From Ontology to Religious Experience: Civic and Sacred Immanence in the Holy Sacrament Confraternities of Paris during the Catholic League
     Ann W. Ramsey
The Confraternity of the Holy Name of Jesus: Conflict and Renewal in the Sainte Union in 1590
     Christopher W. Stocker
Confraternities as a Venue for Female Activism during the Catholic Reformation
     Susan Eileen Dinan
From Parties to Pieties: Redefining Confraternal Activity in Seventeenth-Century Ourense (Spain)
     Allyson M. Poska
Baroque Piety and Spanish Confraternities
     Maureen Flynn