Church and state in Chile before 1891 by Frances Kellam Hendricks

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LC ClassificationsF3059 .H43
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Chile is a country in the southern South borders the countries of Peru, Bolivia and Argentina, and is bordered by the Pacific became an independent state in United States intervention in Chilean politics started during the War of Chilean influence of the United States of America in both the economic and the political arenas of Chile.

The territory of Chile has been populated since at least BC. By the 16th century, Spanish conquistadors began to subdue and colonize the region of present-day Chile, and the territory was a colony between andwhen it gained independence from country's economic development was successively marked by the export of first agricultural produce.

Book Description: Clarifying the growing role of the Latin American Catholic Church as an agent of social change, Brian H. Smith discusses the prophetic function of the Chilean Church during the country's metamorphosis from Conservative to Christian Democratic to Marxist to repressive military regime.

Originally published in   The papal encyclical Rerum Novarum () proclaimed the rights of labour and the injustices of economic liberalism, and advocated a degree of state intervention in favour of workers. It was a cry of alarm as well as a call for justice, and in Latin America the message met with a varied response: in some countries prompt and serious, in others.

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Chile has traditionally been a Catholic country, and almost 90 percent of the population continues to be at least nominally Catholic today. Church and state were officially separated inbut religion has helped to shape the policies and decisions of the government in matters ranging from the direct involvement of the Church during colonialism to the pope’s arbitration of the Beagle.

The de jure separation of church and state, however, did not occur until the adoption of the constitution of Although a few priests and Catholic laity embraced the progressive social doctrines inspired by papal encyclicals such as Rerum Novarum () and Quadragesimo Anno (), it was not until the s that the church hierarchy began.

The next and last school I attended was not public but it wasn't associated with any church or religion. One of our trips was a visit to a church though. It seemed like a "pilgrimage". So Chile is not fully separated from the church. Somehow, someway, the church will have influence in government decisions.

The history of Chile is generally divided in twelve periods, the first of which begins with the initial inhabitants of the territory that today forms this vast country. The pre-hispanic rts corresponds to the history of different American-Indian groups present in the territory from around the year 14 BC until the arrival of the Spanish.

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Among the first, there are the change of the focus of catholic action from charity to justice, or about the role of the State. However, the Roman Catholic Church continued to be the established church, dependent on the state for its finances and appointments.

This led periodically to new political tensions. Emerging in the s, the first source of state-church conflicts was the issue of the right of non-Catholics to practice their religion. Chile adopts its first constitution (the 'Portales constitution').

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For further reading Schmitt discusses Church state relations in twentieth century, including state protection and special privilege and Pope Leo XIII’s encyclical addressing the Church to the modern, industrialized world in F. The period from to the present has been characterized by Church-state conflict.

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This first volume of a social history of the Catholic Church in Chile describes and interprets the historiography of bishops, priests, religious, Christian communities and lay people during the years by the use of ecclesiastical primary sources and oral testimonies.

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