By David G. Schultenover
The underlying competition of this examine is that, in view that Catholic Modernism used to be outlined now not through the so-called modernists yet through the anti-modernists, to appreciate it one needs to comprehend the anti-modernist (or integralist) brain. Schultenover argues that, in view that Catholic Modernism used to be outlined no longer through modernists yet through the anti-modernists, to appreciate it one needs to comprehend the anti-modernist (or integralist) mind.
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George E. J. (St. Louis: Institute of Jesuit Sources, 1970), p. 68. Leo XIII's regard for, and reliance on, the Jesuits was, according to Peter Chandlery, so extreme as to be embarrassing to Martín, and Pius X's relationship was in some respects even closer. See below, pp. 164-67. 11. See Roger Aubert, The Church in a Secularised Society, trans. Janet Sondheimer, vol. 5 of The Christian Centuries (New York and Ramsey, NJ: Paulist, 1978), pp. 16-17. 12. According to Cardinal James Gibbons of Baltimore, the resemblance of Pius X to Pius IX was even physical.
In both surgeries Martin refused anesthesia. Only when his arm had finally to be removed, on 9 April 1906, did he consent to anesthesia. Chandlery chronicled the course of Martín's battle against cancer and sent the following reports to LN: "Father General's Illness," LN 28 (April 1905) 73-82; "Father General's Recent Illness," LN 28 (July 1905) 169-70; "Father General's Convalescence," LN 28 (October 1905) 217-19; "Fatal Termination to Very Rev. Father General's Long Illness," LN 28 (April 1906) 361-69.
2. Catholic Church Doctrines & History & 19th century. 3. Catholic Church & Doctrines History & 20th century. I. Title. 09'034 dc2092-23892 CIP Printed in the United States of America Page v During my many months of research and writing, certain fel- low Jesuits graciously welcomed me and smoothed my path in so many ways Bob Hagan, John Navone, Joseph Pittau, and Philip Rosato in Rome; Benny Goodman in England; Ina Echarte in Spain; and, at home, Don Doll, Dick Hauser, John Holbrook, John Laurance, Eddie Mathie, and Bert Thelen.