HIS 352L Assi#4 - Religious Violence & Identity As we know...

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As we know in Mexico, Catholic Church belongs to the culture of the people and shapes it. The Catholic Church was the major problem in the Revolution for the new government. The Catholic Church was seen as two different points, the first one was the Church could be a national identity and a form of patriotism and the other important point was it can inspire Rebellion. The Catholic Church has fought a defensive and desperate action. The Church in Mexico has an amazing innovate because it has conserved its popular base. The important problem that they had at that time was between the church and the state. The book tells us that their actions are different. Madero’s did not show that he is Catholic. He was the man who believed in the possibility of communicating with the deal. During that time social Catholicism developed first in the north of Catholic Europe. It grew in Mexico after 1900 and after 1910 it accelerated the rise of the Catholic party. During that time it was willing about the opportunity of being openly
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This note was uploaded on 08/27/2011 for the course HIS 352L taught by Professor Matthew during the Summer '11 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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HIS 352L Assi#4 - Religious Violence & Identity As we know...

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