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'On God's Side'A Life of George Tyrrell$
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Nicholas Sagovsky

Print publication date: 1990

Print ISBN-13: 9780198267287

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198267287.001.0001

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An ‘Apostleship of Protest’

An ‘Apostleship of Protest’

(p.168) 12 An ‘Apostleship of Protest’
'On God's Side'

Nicholas Sagovsky

Oxford University Press

This chapter details the changes in Tyrrell's life following the election of Guiseppe Sarto as Pope Pius X in 1903. As soon as Pius X began his reign, repressive policies began to be prosecuted with much more vigour. Tyrrell pursued an ‘apostleship of protest’, which was at one and the same time a protest against ‘Jesuitism’, against ‘the dogmatic fallacy’, against authoritarianism, against all the suffering, distortion, and inhumanity by which he felt himself surrounded.

Keywords:   George Tyrrell, Jesuits, Jesuit priests, religious philosophy, Pope Pius X, authoritarianism

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