Don Bosco’s Political and Religious Concerns in the Times of the Liberal Revolution in Italy: Some Significant Letters (1858-1871)

· Arthur J. Lenti, volume 12
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by Arthur J. Lenti

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Subjects:

  • Introduction
  • Letter to Pope Pius IX, June 14, 1858
  • Comment
  • Letter to Pope Pius IX, February 1859
  • Comment
  • Letter to Pius IX, November 9, 1859
  • Comment
  • Letter to Pope Pius IX, April 13, 1860
  • Comment
  • Letter to Pius IX, March 10, 1861
  • Comment
  • Letter to Archbishop Gioacchino Limberti of Florence, June 18, 1861
  • Comment
  • Letter to Pius IX, December 27, 1861
  • Comment
  • Letter to Archbishop Gioacchino Limberti of Florence, March 25, 1862
  • Comment
  • Letter to Pius IX, March 10, 1863
  • Comment
  • Letter to Pius IX, August 25, 1864
  • Comment
  • Letter to Pius IX, April 30, 1865
  • Comment
  • Letter to Pius IX, January 25, 1866
  • Comment
  • Letter to Cardinal Giacomo Antonelli, April 5, 1867
  • Comment
  • Additional Comment: Significant Events in 1867-1869
  • Letter to Monsignor Joseph Fessler, Secretary of Vatican Council I, November 22, 1869
  • Comment
  • To the Capitular Vicar of Cremona, Luigi Tosi, November 26, 1869
  • Comment
  • Note on the Religious and Political Events of 1870 and Don Bosco's "Prophecies"
  • The First Vatican Council (Dec. 8, 1869-Sep. 1, 1870)
  • The Franco-Prussian War (July 19, 1870-March 3, 1871) and the Taking of Rome (September 20, 1870)
  • Don Bosco's Prophecy of 1870: "God Alone Is Almighty"
  • Letter to Cardinal Giuseppe Berardi, October 29, 1870
  • Comment
  • To Cardinal Giuseppe Berardi, April 11, 1871
  • Comment
  • To Pius IX, April 14, 1871