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Actualite Et Liberte De Parole Dans Les Revues Catholiques: Quelques Jalons 1940-1975 (Report)

Historical Studies 2010, Annual, 76

Historical Studies

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Abstract: Several periodicals wanted to answer the real topical questions. Relations, from 1941, appears as a "groupe d'hommes chretiennement libres", the current event in its editorial orientations centres on the event and defines its readership as formed by free citizens. Cite Libre created in 1950, wants to lead the debate in society and in Church. Maintenant, in 1962, wants to arouse the social and ecclesial commitment and defines itself as a periodical "fidele a l'Eglise et loyal au monde". L'Oratoire managed by father Emile Legault, create the event in the religious arts (music, painting, literature, theater) and innovate by arousing during one year a thorough discussion with its readers. These magazines have a common base: the information as the condition of participation in the Church on the foundation of a "right" for the information (Jean XXIII 1963, Council 1963, Paul VI 1964). Resume: Plusieurs periodiques ont voulu repondre a de vraies questions d'actualite. Relations, des 1941, se presente comine un groupe d'hommes chretiennement libres , se centre sur l'evenement et l'actualite dans ses orientations editoriales et definit son lectorat comine forme de citoyens libres. Cite libre, revue explicitement chretienne creee en 1950, veut animer le debat en societe et en Eglise. Maintenant, en 1962, veut susciter l'engagement social et ecclesial et se definit comine un periodique fidele a l'Eglise et loyal au monde . L'Oratoire (annees 1950-1960), dirigee par le pere Emile Legault, cree l'evenement dans les arts religieux (musique, peinture, litterature, theatre) et innove en suscitant pendant un an une discussion de fond avec ses lecteurs. Ces revues ont une base commune: l'information comme condition de participation dans l'Eglise (Rapport Dumont, 1971) sur le fondement d'un droit a l'information (Jean XXIII 1963, Concile 1963, Paul VI 1964). Un objectif commun: animer une opinion publique dans l'Eglise.

Actualite Et Liberte De Parole Dans Les Revues Catholiques: Quelques Jalons 1940-1975 (Report)
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  • Category: History
  • Published: 01 January 2010
  • Publisher: The Canadian Catholic Historical Assn.
  • Print Length: 30 Pages
  • Language: English
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