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Stories approximately treacherous Jesuits and scheming popes are a huge and pervasive a part of eu tradition. They belong to a suite of principles, photographs, and practices that, while grouped less than the label anti-Catholicism, characterize a phenomenon that may be traced again to the Reformation. Anti-Catholic events and sentiments crossed limitations among ecu nations, contributing to the early glossy consolidation of nationwide identities. within the 19th century, secularist activities followed and remodeled confessional feedback in a brand new internationalist size that used to be articulated around the complete Western international. a number of liberal, conservative, secular, Protestant, and different forces gave form to this counter-image, taking up the functionality of a development from which one's personal beliefs and ideology might be chiselled out. The contributions to this quantity exhibit how varied nationwide contexts affected the proliferation of anti-Catholic messages over the process 4 centuries of ecu heritage, and show that anti-Catholicism constituted a robust eu cross-cultural phenomenon.

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