Treaty and concordat between the Holy See and Italy
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Published by National Catholic Welfare Conference in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Vatican City.,
  • Italy.

Subjects:

  • Catholic Church,
  • Church and state -- Italy,
  • Vatican City

Book details:

Edition Notes

ContributionsItaly., National Catholic Welfare Conference.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBX1545 .A2 1929
The Physical Object
Pagination82 p.
Number of Pages82
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6729802M
LC Control Number29014369
OCLC/WorldCa2654038

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An admirable edition of the agreements, printed in Italian and English, with several good photographs. Seeing that from the beginning of the negotiations between the Holy See and Italy for the solution of “the Roman Question” the Holy See itself has proposed that the Treaty relating to the said question should be accompanied, as its necessary complement, by a Concordat to regulate the conditions of religion and the Church in Italy.   Seeing that from the beginning of the negotiations between the Holy See and Italy for the solution of ‘ the Roman Question ‘ the Holy See itself has proposed that the Treaty relating to the said question should be accompanied, as its necessary complement, by a Concordat to regulate the conditions of religion and the Church in Italy. More information about the Holy See is available on the Holy See Page and from other Department of State publications and other sources listed at the end of this fact sheet. U.S.-HOLY SEE RELATIONS. The Holy See is the universal government of the Catholic Church and operates from Vatican City State, a sovereign, independent territory.

Concordat Watch. Concordats - treaties between the Holy See (the Vatican, headed by the pope) and more than three dozen countries which grant privileges to the Roman Catholic Church, extend papal influence, weaken church state separation, introduce Canon Law, lead to religious discrimination and can threaten human rights of Catholics and non-Catholics alike. The Lateran Treaty was one component agreement that made up the Lateran Pacts of , the agreements made in between the Kingdom of Italy and the Holy See settling the "Roman Question". The treaty and associated pacts are named after the Lateran Palace, where they were signed on 11 February The Italian parliament ratified them on 7 June The Lateran Treaty Drafted: Establishment of papal state on the Apennine .   Agreement Between the Italian Republic and the Holy See Signed by the Italian Republic and the Holy See on 18 February Ratified by the Italian Parliament on 25 March Reproduced with permission from 24 I.L.M. (), ©The American Society of International Law. Concordat Watch - Italy | Lateran Conciliation Treaty ()- text. -ldquo;The Lateran Treaty [ ] settled the -lsquo;Roman Question-rsquo;, the conflict between the papacy and the kingdom of Italy (). The treaty recognized the Holy See-rsquo;s absolute, visible independence and sovereignty with the right of international and diplomatic relations with other states.-rdquo; -mdash.

Lateran Concordat of - Papal Wound Healed!! On February 11th, , an historic treaty was signed between the Italian Government and the Vatican re-establishing the political power and diplomatic standing of the Catholic Church, which had been lost when Italy seized Rome, the last of the Papal States, on September 20th, The Lateran Treaty (and Concordat) of with Fascist Italy: Pius XI, Pacelli, & Mussolini on the face of it and for the time being, ended the antagonisms that had existed between the Holy See and Italy since (There were three parts in this treaty, the last of which was the "concordat", dealing with the "rules of engagement between. Treaties concluded or ratified by the Holy appropriate, articles should be placed in the subcategories. This category may contain articles about treaties concluded or ratified by the Holy See since 11 February , which is the date on which the treaty was concluded by which the Vatican City state formally came into existence. ‘The canonical-mission requirement was later incorporated into concordats between the Vatican and several German states, and the Reich itself.’ ‘Godman devotes significant attention to the concordat between the Holy See and Germany.’.