Catholic Engagements with the Modern World, 1487-1918

Catholic Engagements with the Modern World, 1487-1918 is an archive of publications profiling the teaching and practices of the Catholic Church in the modern era. Coverage includes the Protestant Reformation, the Catholic Counter-Reformation and the Enlightenment through the early 20th century.

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At a Glance

Subject Area: Religion & Philosophy
Ideal For: Academic Libraries

Title List:
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Content Includes: 

  • More than 1,700 monographs
  • Coverage from 1487 to 1918

Subjects Include:

  • Individual popes and the papacy
  • The Catholic Counter-Reformation
  • The Oxford Movement in Britain
  • The Vatican I Ecumenical Council
  • Modernism

From the American Theological Library Association (ATLA), Catholic Engagements with the Modern World features many papal biographies, responses to the Protestant Reformation, treatises and criticisms of the Marian Doctrine, and the Catholic Church’s response to the social changes and secular philosophies that resulted from the Enlightenment. 

Explore other thematic collections in the ATLA Monographs Collection (11 Series)