The Perpetual Club

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Much has been written about the modernization of the Catholic Church—especially the crucial years from 1870 to 1970. These histories have been written from a number of perspectives, each with different definitions of modernity. James Chappel, assistant professor of history at Duke University, gives us a new interpretation which succeeds in revising some of these accepted narratives. He does this by focusing on the Catholics of France, Germany, and Austria, which are historically conservative Catholic populations that also experienced rapid social change during the 20th century.

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