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Sainthood and Politics in the Baroque: The Cult of St Vincent Ferrer in Seventeenth-Century Brittany, France
(University of Malta, 2013)
The Afterlives of Rulers: Power, Patronage and Purgatory in Ducal Brittany 1480-1600
(Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014)
Sacred landscapes, spiritual travel: embodied holiness and long distance pilgrimage in the counter reformation
(Royal Historical Society, 2018)
Long regarded as a medieval tradition which declined into insignificance after Luther, pilgrimage expanded considerably from the mid-sixteenth century, until well after 1750. This essay examines long-distance journeys to ...
Rural Seigneurs and the Counter Reformation: Parishes, Patrons and Religious Reform in France 1550 to 1700
(Cambridge University Press, 2018-06-01)
This article examines the role of lay seigneurs in religious change in the French countryside in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, during the Catholic Reformation and a period of socio-economic change in land ownership ...
Entre polémique et affaire pastorale : Prédication des indulgences en France de 1550 à 1650.
(Revue Études Épistémè, 2020)
The Reformation in Germany was sparked – inadvertently – by the preaching of Johan Teztel on indulgences. Martin Luther’s Ninety-Five Theses opened up a new polemic on the nature and significance of pardons that found a ...