SMC313H1 Lecture Notes - Ultramontanism, Clear Grits, Culture War

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Smc313 lec 3 sep 19
Orange, green, schools in between timeline 1841-67
o Toleration
o Dysfunctional government
o Ultramontanism
o Culture wars
**Ryerson(Methodist), Michael power(roman catholic, 1st bishop), Strachan(Anglican)
Dysfunctional assembly
o Can west(Ontario) can east(quebec)
Eng prot French roman catholic
Roman catholic protestant
Irish,French,scot,greek English, scotish, irish
65 seats 65 seats
Parallel ministry parallel ministry
George brown belonged to the clear grits
o Believed in separation of church and state
o Also believed in representation by population (the durham route)
o He wanted to get rid of the seating he didn’t like roman Catholicism he was a Presbyterian
John a Macdonald
o He was rep in the can.west
o He made alliances with likeminded conservatives on the other side of the ocean (quebec) the bleus
Pius 9th he was pope from 1846-1878
o Charismatic individual
o Inherited a mvnt that the papacy will never be humiliate again
The ultramontane mvnt
They looked over the mountains to where the pope was to find solutions to certain problems
Marriage, censorship, education, church sacraments, political stuff etc in all these
problems we should look to the pope for the solutions and where was the pope? Over the
mountains (literally)
The church was considered militant and triumphant
Where one was to be proud of their faith- there is only one true faith! And it was
Catholicism
o In 1850
The catholic church re-established itself in great Britain
Before in the period of henry the 8th Catholicism was not really liked/wanted in Britain
Pius took Nicholas Wiseman into Britain
Charbonnel and Ryerson didn’t get along neither with strachan
o Charbonnel didn’t have experience in anything and he had no idea what he was getting himself into
Culture Wars
o Clash of political ideology, religious loyal and also ethnicities
Charles Chiniquy
o His famous book: the priest, the woman and the confessions
o He said he was trained to seduce women, they were alone in the dark and the woman was confessing
things and one thing led to another
o Powerful speaker
o Catholics didn’t like him he would stomp on the host
Maria Monk
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Orange, green, schools in between timeline 1841-67: toleration, dysfunctional government, ultramontanism, culture wars. **ryerson(methodist), michael power(roman catholic, 1st bishop), strachan(anglican) Dysfunctional assembly: can west(ontario) can east(quebec) John a macdonald: he was rep in the can. west, he made alliances with likeminded conservatives on the other side of the ocean (quebec) the bleus. Pius 9th he was pope from 1846-1878: charismatic individual. Inherited a mvnt that the papacy will never be humiliate again. They looked over the mountains to where the pope was to find solutions to certain problems. The church was considered militant and triumphant. Where one was to be proud of their faith- there is only one true faith! The catholic church re-established itself in great britain. Before in the period of henry the 8th catholicism was not really liked/wanted in britain. Charbonnel and ryerson didn"t get along neither with strachan: charbonnel didn"t have experience in anything and he had no idea what he was getting himself into.

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