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Fr. John Lingard (1771-1851): Between Enlightened Catholicism and the Newmanian Second Spring

by | Jan 8, 2021 | Ecclesiology, History, Theology

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Shaun Blanchard is Senior Research Fellow and Associate Editor, NSJ. After completing a doctorate at Marquette University under Ulrich Lehner and Joseph Mueller, SJ, Shaun published his first monograph, The Synod of Pistoia and Vatican II (OUP, 2020), the result of archival work in Rome, Florence, and the UK. With Ulrich Lehner, he co-edited The Catholic Enlightenment: A Global Anthology (CUA, 2021). Shaun’s interests span from Jansenist-Jesuit conflicts and Catholic Enlightenment in the eighteenth century, to Newman in the nineteenth, to Vatican II and conciliar reception in the contemporary era. His next projects include, with Stephen Bullivant, Vatican II: A Very Short Introduction (OUP) and a monograph study of ecclesiology in the English-speaking world from the Cisalpines to Newman.

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