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|Title: ||Le politiche ecclesiastiche sabaude in Sardegna durante il governo del ministro Bogino|
|Authors: ||Sanna, Pietro|
|Issue Date: ||26-Aug-2009 |
|Abstract: ||At the beginning of the eighteenth century, in the aftermath of the war of Spanish succession, Sardinia passed into the hands of the House of Savoy. Yet it was not until the 1750s that the new Italian rulers began to understand the necessity to mark a strong discontinuity with the old Spanish administration. A broad set of reforms were therefore adopted and implemented touching nearly all aspects of political, social and economic life.
Particular attention was devoted to the reshaping of ecclesiastical institutions, both at a diocesan and a parochial level, with considerable measures directed against the parasitism of the religious orders, and a full-blown program distinctively advanced to improve the education of the secular clergy. Like many of its counterparts in catholic Europe, the Piedmontese government wanted to curtail the immunities and privileges traditionally granted to the clerics and to several other people no matter how loosely connected to the clerical estate. At the sa...|
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