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Catholicism and the Franco regime

by Norman B. Cooper

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Published by Sage Publications in Beverly Hills, Calif .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Spain,
  • Spain.
    • Subjects:
    • Catholic Church -- Spain -- History.,
    • Church and state -- Spain.,
    • Spain -- Politics and government -- 1939-1975.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 47-48.

      StatementNorman B. Cooper.
      SeriesSage research papers in the social sciences ; ser. no. 90-019 : Contemporary European studies, Sage research papers in the social sciences : Contemporary European studies.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBX1585.2 .C68
      The Physical Object
      Pagination48 p. ;
      Number of Pages48
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5250440M
      ISBN 100803999380
      LC Control Number75322983
      OCLC/WorldCa1694449

      This book is exhaustive in detail about the life of Mr. Franco, but very little else can be said about it. After finishing it, I feel like I had read too much detail with nothing other than chronology giving structure to it. Mr. Preston does very little to put Franco's life in the context of Spain of the times or why some would support Mr. Franco's program for Spain.4/5.   General Franco was not really a Fascist, his ideology was called National-Catholicism, which was basically the same ideology that the great Catholic monarchs of Spain such as King Ferdinand, Queen Isabella and King Phillip II ruled with, although in the early years of the regime, especially when the Axis were winning, there was some similarity.

      What do you think about the legacy of Francisco Franco for Catholicism? Personally, of all the leaders of the 20th century it is Franco who I find most interesting. He gets overlooked because unlike many other authoritarians he died peacefully in his bed.   The trouble had been brewing a long time, and in mid-July, it finally boiled over. Units of the army in Spanish Morocco rose up in rebellion. The Spanish Civil War had begun. Seventy-five years later, the bloody struggle that followed from to stands as one of the traumatic events of the 20th century.

        The Franco Regime Introduction This chapter’s aim will be to analyse and examine the Franco regime. To do this will involve looking at certain characteristics that will be vital to defining it as a fascist state in the conclusive chapter. Chapter 1 laid out the necessary criteria regarding what constitutes a fascist state. As. Francisco Franco was a career soldier who rose through the ranks until the mids. When the social and economic structure of Spain began to crumble, Franco joined the growing right-leaning Born:


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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cooper, Norman B. Catholicism and the Franco regime. Beverly Hills, Calif.: Sage Publications, The Catholic Church: The Church triumphant.

On April 1,Generalísimo Francisco Franco, crusading leader of the rebellious Nationalist forces, triumphantly declared the Spanish Civil War over. The Catholic Church was the institution that most benefitted from Franco’s hierarchy had blessed the Nationalist uprising.

Franco understood that civilization must sometimes resort to lethal force in order to defend itself. Defending Christian civilization is what he and fellow generals were doing when in they revolted against the Red republic that had replaced Spain’s monarchy in and become ever more radical and anti-Catholic over the years.

The Catholic Church in Spain has a long history, starting in the 1st century. It is the largest religion in Spain, with 71% of Spaniards identifying as Catholic. Attempts were made from the late 1st century to the late 3rd century to establish the church in the Iberian peninsula.

Canons of the Synod of Elvira (circa AD) indicate that the church was greatly isolated from the general. Catholicism and the Franco regime (Sage research papers in the social sciences ; ser. Contemporary European studies) [Norman B Cooper] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Catholicism and the Franco regime.

Beverly Hills, Calif: Sage Publications. MLA Citation. Cooper, Norman B. Catholicism and the Franco regime / Norman B. Cooper Sage Publications Beverly Hills, Calif Australian/Harvard Citation. Cooper, Norman B.Catholicism and the Franco regime / Norman B.

Cooper Sage Publications Beverly Hills. Payne's book The Franco Regime contains a wealth of first class information.

In the course of studying it - a pleasurable affair, because of its fine style - I had however some disappointments when I went after checking some footnotes.

On page (in my copy) Payne relates the Guernica bombing/5(5). War over, clericalism returned with the advent pf Francisco Franco's new regime Franco also restored the state's old privileges in religious matters and those of the Church in the political arena. Within this new establish-ment relationship, the religious beliefs of non-Catholics were still permitted, but they were restricted to the private.

The history of modern Spain is dominated by the figure of Francisco Franco, who presided over one of the longest authoritarian regimes of the twentieth century. Between and the end of the regime inFranco’s Spain passed through several distinct phases of political, institutional, and economic development, moving from the original semi-fascist regime of.

Franco‟s fascist government defeated the socialist party that had taken control from toit aligned itself with Spain‟s Catholic Church. For most of Spain‟s history, the established Church culture had been inseparable from Spanish identity and Catholicism was taught in all schools, private and public.

Franco was raised a devote Catholic, but saw no contradiction in wanton murder, cruelty and terrorism when he fought for the Spanish Army in Morocco, where he was a commander in Spain's Foreign Legion: "Despite fierce discipline in other matters, no limits were put by Millin Astray or by Franco on the atrocities which were committed against the.

Between and the end of the regime inFranco’s Spain passed through several distinct phases of political, institutional, and economic development, moving from the original semi-fascist regime of –45 to become the Catholic corporatist “organic democracy” under the monarchy from to “This is the first complete history of Spanish Catholicism in English.

The history of the Spanish church is rich, complex, and controversial, and this enormous undertaking by Stanley Payne is all the more praiseworthy in view of his determination not to limit his study to the church alone, but to investigate the relationship between the Catholic Church and Spanish culture and nationhood.

The Sección Femenina de la Falange (The Women’s Section of the Falange) was founded by Pilar Primo de Rivera in to support the falangist (fascist) Nationalist cause, while at the same time it carved an important role for women’s social action within the Franco regime. Their work with injured soldiers and orphaned children, along with.

The links between Franco's regime and the Roman Catholic Church, as well as the course of international developments, further mitigated the fascist component. Thus, while there was a definite fascist element during the first decade of Franco's rule, most analysts have concluded that early Francoism can more accurately be described as semifascist.

Catholicism that we see in the United States is, for the most part, not real Roman Catholicism at all, that is, not Roman Catholicism as it exists where it is the dominant force in the life of a nation, but a modified and compromised form that has adjusted itself to life with a Protestant Size: 1MB.

According to the Catholic tradition, the history of the Catholic Church begins with Jesus Christ and his teachings (c. 4 BC – c. AD 30) and the Catholic Church is a continuation of the early Christian community established by the Disciples of Jesus.

[failed verification] The Church considers its bishops to be the successors to Jesus's apostles and the Church's leader, the Bishop of Rome. This new book explains. Mid-century was indeed a confusing time in what I call the Franco-African Catholic world.

The Vichy regime in France during World War II espoused conservative Catholic Author: Laura Seay. Sephardim. Spain, the Jews, and Franco.

by Haim Avni. Translated from the Hebrew by Emanuel Shimoni. Jewish Publication Society. $ Inafter centuries of coexistence with their Christian (and Muslim) neighbors, the Jews of Spain were ordered to embrace Catholicism or quit the country altogether.

Book December During the most oppressive decades of National-Catholicism imposed by the Franco regime, scientific and medical expertise and knowledge were used to promote a. The Roman Catholic church’s position is that homosexual acts are sinful.

The pontiff’s stance on homosexuality in the clergy is not new. A decree on training for Roman Catholic priests in   While reading David A. Wemhoff’s John Courtney Murray, Time/Life, and the American Proposition, I recently came across mention of a Spanish prelate whose name was already familiar to me, Pedro Crisólogo Cardinal Segura y Sáenz ().Here is the mention: A number of U.S.

agencies reported on Catholic prelates and the status of the. Payne’s book, and his many other books on twentieth-century Spain, provide by far the best understanding of the Franco regime. 2 A vivid account of what is happening to the greatest Franco monument of all, the Valley of the Fallen, is given by Jonathan Freedland, “Spain and the Lingering Legacy of Franco,” Guardian, Ma