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UN «FAMIGERATO VESCOVO ANTIFALLIBILISTA». PIO IX E IL VESCOVO STROSSMAYER DOPO LA FINE DEL VATICANO I: Con documenti inediti

GIUSEPPE M. CROCE
Archivum Historiae Pontificiae
Vol. 35 (1997), pp. 161-181
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23564496
Page Count: 21
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Abstract

Au lendemain du Ier Concile du Vatican les évêques et les prélats qui n'étaient pas intervenus à la quatrième Session furent sollicités par la Curie Romaine à adhérer officiellement à la constitution dogmatique Pastor Aeternus. L'évêque croate Mgr Strossmayer, un des leaders reconnus de la minorité pendant le Concile, se montra longtemps réticent à se soumettre aux directives romaines, et ses relations personelles avec le pape Pie IX en furent profondément affectées. L'article retrace, sur la base de nouvelles sources, les épisodes marquants des difficiles rapports de Mgr Strossmayer avec Pie IX pendant les toutes dernières années de son long pontificat et offre des précisions importantes sur l'évolution des attitudes du grand évêque slave à l'égard du dogme de l'infallibilité pontificale. Immediately after the First Vatican Council, the bishops and prelates who had not taken part in the fourth session were asked by the Roman Curia to subscribe officially to the dogmatic constitution Pastor Aeternus. The Croatian Bishop Strossmayer, one of the recognized leaders of the minority during the Council, was for a long time reluctant to submit to the Roman directives; and, as a consequence, his personal relationship with Pope Pius IX was profoundly affected. This article, based upon new sources, retraces the salient episodes of the difficult rapport between Msgr. Strossmayer and Pius IX during the very last years of his long pontificate and offers some important points of clarification about the great Slavic bishop's evolution of attitude with respect to the dogma of papal infallibility.

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