Matthew, the church and anti-Semitism by F P Viljoen
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Inmaculada Fernández Arrillaga (Alicante: Universidad de Alicante, 2004). , Diario de 1769. La llegada de los jesuitas españoles a Bolonia, ed. , Diario de 1773. El triunfo temporal del antijesuitismo, ed. Inmaculada Fernández Arrillaga and Isidoro Pinedo Iparraguirre (Alicante, Universidad de Alicante, 2013); forthcoming are also the ‘Memories’ from 1814–1815. 5 Josep M. , El destierro de los jesuitas de la “Provincia de Araón” bajo el reinado de Carlos III. Crónica inédita del P. I. (Rome: Iglesia Nacional Española, 2006).
Recovery of property was largely out of the question, so it did not mean that. But perhaps re-establishment of certain Jesuit works or ministries? Yet what model from the old Society was to be followed? From what era? From 1540 to 1773 much had changed in the world, in the Church and in the Society of Jesus, and thus such decisions were complex. Was the goal to re-establish a Society of Jesus that was as similar as possible to the one that existed at the time of the suppression? In other words, was it a matter, as it were, of picking up where things left off in the 1770s?
Was Vatican I, with its definition of papal infallibility and its affirmation of immediate, universal jurisdiction of the pope in the Church, a kind of vindication of a long-standing Jesuit ecclesiology? Even if the answer is yes, all that has happened in the Church and the Society of Jesus since Vatican I and II may alter an assessment of continuity or discontinuity between the pre- and post-suppression Society and its relationship to the papacy. Far more can and must be said on this, but this essay can but signal the crucial nature of this topic.