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Catholic Germany from the Reformation to the Enlightenment

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Red Globe Press

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European History in Perspective

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This is one of the first book length studies available in English of the development of Catholic identity and a specific German Catholic culture in the 300 years after the Reformation. The book emphasizes the particular...

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This is one of the first book length studies available in English of the development of Catholic identity and a specific German Catholic culture in the 300 years after the Reformation. The book emphasizes the particular nature of Church institutions in Germany and the vital role of the population in the creation of Catholic practice and belief.

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One of the first book length studies available in English on this neglected subject
Provides an accessible synthesis of a wide range of European scholarship
Ideal for students and scholars interested in Catholicism and religion more generally

Acknowledgements
Map
Introduction
Catholic Germany Before Trent
The Counter-Reformation Episode: 1570s to 1620s
The Thirty Years' War
The German Church after 1650
Baroque Catholicism
German Catholicism in the late Eighteenth Century
Conclusion
Notes
Bibliography
Index.

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MARC R. FORSTER is Professor of History at Connecticut College, USA.

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MARC R. FORSTER is Professor of History at Connecticut College, USA.

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