2 edition of Peace action of Pope Benedict XV found in the catalog.
Peace action of Pope Benedict XV
Lama, Friedrich Ritter von
|Series||Catholic Association for International Peace. Pamphlet, no. 17|
|Contributions||Catholic Association for International Peace. History Committee.|
|LC Classifications||JX1908.U6 C35 no. 17|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||a 36001126|
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Born Giacomo della Chiesa in Genoa, Italy, Pope Benedict XV served as pontiff from to , the third shortest length of time for a pope in the 20th Century. Consecrated into the papacy on the eve of World War I, Pope Benedict XV worked hard to bring peace and restore order to the world at war. He finished and promulgated the first Code of Canon Law that his predecessor, Pius X, had started. While much of his papacy was concerned with the humanitarian and social consequences of the Great War, Pope Benedict XV still found time to write on.
Benedict has been called "the pope of peace." In the title of John F. Pollard's biography, he is "the unknown pope." In the year that marks the centenary of the beginning of World War I, the millions dead will be remembered, the fall of dynasties discussed, and the consequences of . Pope Benedict XV facts: The Italian prelate Giacomo della Chiesa () reigned as Pope Benedict XV from to His pontificate was spent in dealing with the effects of World War I. Giacomo della Chiesa was born at Pegli on Nov. 21, He.
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The wartime Pope developed the Church’s teaching on peace and justice, writes Francis X. Rocca. Among the various World War I-related anniversaries of this centennial year, the election of Pope Benedict XV, years ago this week on September 3.
Get this from a library. Peace action of Pope Benedict XV; a summary by the History Committee of Friedrich Ritter von Lama's Die Friedensvermittlung Papst Benedikt XV. und ihre Vereitlung durch den deutschen Reichskanzler Michaelis. [Friedrich Lama, Ritter von; Catholic Association for International Peace.
History Committee.]. Peace action of Pope Benedict XV. Publisher: Catholic Association for International Peace; New York: Paulist Press, Place of Publication: Washington, D.C.: Subjects: Peace. Benedict XV. Number of Pages: 24 p.
Notes: A summary by the History Committee of Friedrich Ritter von Lama’s die friedensvermittlung Papst Benedikt XV. Benedict XV came into his Papacy as Europe was entering World War I. In his first Encyclical, Ad Beatissimi issued November 1,the Pope, who refused to take sides in the Great War, made a dramatic call for peace between the warring factions of Europe.
He also made it clear that inside the Church he was calling for a stop to the war. WWI Document Archive > Documents > Pope Benedict XV's Peace Proposal.
1 August, On August 1,Pope Benedict XV, issued this peace proposal. It was generally ignored by the warring governments. TO THE HEADS OF THE BELLIGERENT PEOPLES. Benedict XV, original name Giacomo Della Chiesa, (born Nov. 21,Pegli, Kingdom of Sardinia—died Jan. 22,Rome), pope from to After graduating from the University of Genoa, he studied for the priesthood in the Collegio Capranica in Rome and entered the papal diplomatic service, later spending four years in Spain before being employed in the department of the secretary.
From Bonosus in to Bendict XV in the Benedictine legacy has been one of turmoil. Benedict XV is one of the least known Popes of the 20th century, but one of the most important. Elected in after the outbreak of the First World War he dedicated his Papacy to achieving peace throughout s: 1.
This story appeared in the Julyprint issue under the headline: 's pope Benedict XV and the pursuit of peace.
Join the Conversation Send your thoughts and reactions to. Pope Benedict XV did not always approve of the course of action adopted by the Belgian prelate. Whereas Mercier justified the war effort as a just cause in view of the restoration of Belgium's independence, the Pope feared that "this useless massacre".
A century ago, during the slaughter of World War I, came a prominent call for world peace. Pope Benedict XV dated his Peace Note on Aug.
1,and it became the most famous episode of a pope. Pope Benedict XV and Peace Peace Pope Benedict XVI, elected in April, as the head of the world-wide Catholic Church, has declared that he choose his papal name partly in respect for Pope Benedict XV’s () dedication to peace.
In his first general audience, Pope Benedict XVI placed himself at the service of peace among all peoples. Taken from THE LIFE OF BENEDICT XV by Walter Peters, With Imprimatur and Nihil Obstat, Sept. 3 (6), to Jan. 22, When I was a child I would hear people praise Pope Pius X, and his successors, except for Benedict XV.
When his name came up the room would grow quiet. State Papers: Secrets of the powers that be Republican legend lingered on despite firm denial by the Vatican in That Pope Benedict XV, in a private interview with Count George Plunkett in the middle of Aprilimparted his Apostolic Blessing to the men and arms of the Irish Republic two weeks before the Easter Rising, is a cherished notion among many older Republicans.
Despite a biography title labeling him the “Unknown Pope,” Benedict XV had a tremendous impact on life of the Church, and his legacy of diplomacy and efforts for peace live on today.
Benedict XV: the Pope of Peace by John F. Pollard. If you glanced too quickly at the title of this book, you might have mistaken it for one more book on our new pope. A closer look reveals it to be a biography on Pope Benedict XV and not on Benedict XVI.
Benedict XV was pope from to. One voice crying for peace against the drumbeat for war was Pope Benedict XV, who served as pope from to While his warnings were disregarded in his own time, they still challenge us today.
Tom Woods - 4/28/ As the Pope said in his recent homily, "I chose to call myself Benedict XVI ideally as a link to the venerated Pontiff, Benedict XV, who guided the Church through the.
Ordained inhe became a scholar, a paleographer, and a prefect of the Vatican library. Nuncio to Poland inhe was made cardinal and archbishop of Milan in by Pope Benedict XV, whom he was elected to succeed on February 6, Pius’s pontificate soon witnessed the rise to power of Benito Mussolini, who signed (Febru ) with him the Lateran Treaty that allowed the.
The present Pope Benedict continued, "I chose to call myself Benedict XVI ideally as a link to the venerated Pontiff, Benedict XV, who guided the church throughout the turbulent times of the WW1.
The Christmas Truce occurred on and around Christmas Daywhen the sounds of rifles firing and shells exploding faded in a number of places.
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E. G Rope.Pope Benedict XV (Latin: Benedictus PP. XV; Italian: Benedetto XV, 21 November – 22 January ), born Giacomo Paolo Giovanni Battista della Chiesa, was an Italian priest of the Roman Catholic Church and the th Pope from until his death in His .Primary Documents - Pope Benedict XV's Peace Note of 1 August On 1 August Pope Benedict XV issued a seven-point peace plan to each of the belligerent nations.
Ignored by most powers, only Austria-Hungary regarded it with any degree of seriousness.