Wetter, Immolata. Letter about Mary Ward to Isobel Grundy.
Pope Pius IX
Standard Name: Pius IX, Pope
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|Literary Setting||Julia O'Faolain||
She sets this wide-ranging story of international power struggles in the Vatican, in Italy, and in France during the nineteenth century, in the last years of papal Rome before the Italians took it...
|Literary Setting||Margaret Roberts||
This novel is set in the Rome of Garibaldi and Pius IX , during Italy's revolutionary era. The protagonist is a young opera singer drawn into politics. The Feminist Companion says the novel is notable...
|Occupation||Jessie White Mario|
As well as immersing herself in Rome's spiritual life (which was particularly intense following the recent papal election of Pius IX ), FN also took an interest in national politics and the revolutionary ideas of...
CC travelled through Germany, France and Italy, where Pope Pius IX presented her with a portrait bust of herself and a papal medal.
Kiddle, Margaret, and Sir Douglas Copland. Caroline Chisholm. Melbourne University Press, 1957.
Walker, Carole, and Jane L. Littlewood. “A Second Moses in Bonnet and Shawl: Caroline Chisholm, 1808-1877”. Recusant History, No. 3, pp. 409 - 23.
Radicals ascended to power in Rome (centre of the Papal States) and established a Roman Republic.
7 February 1851
The Ecclesiastical Titles Act was introduced into Parliament and quickly passed.
8 December 1854
Pope Pius IX declared the dogma of Immaculate Conception in the papal bull Ineffabilis Deus; this dogma declared the Virgin Mary free from the taint of original sin.
Pope Pius IX decreed that a foetus had a soul from the time of conception.