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I du 29 mars au 1er avril 1989 , Paris, Éditions du cnrs , 1991. becoming an apologetics of Christian power, See Claudia Rapp, “Imperial Ideology in the Making: Eusebius of Caesarea on Constantine as ‘Bishop,’” jts 49, 1988, 685–695; and Manlio Simonetti, “L’esegesi di Eusebio e la figura di Costantino,” in: Alberto Melloni & others, eds., Costantino I : Enciclopedia costantiniana sulla figura e l’immagine dell’imperatore del cosiddetto Editto di Milano (313–2013) , vol. 2, Rome, Treccani, 2013, 129–134. a controversial argumentum , See Franco Motta

Marie Levant, Gerda Henkel Stiftung of Germany Adalberto Mainardi, Monastery of Bose Vasilios N. Makrides, University of Erfurt Sandra Mazzolini, Pontifical Urbanian University, Rome Alberto Melloni, fscire Bologna Paul Metzlaff, University of Erfurt Arie L. Molendijk, University of Groningen Peter Nockles, The University of Manchester Laura Pettinaroli, Institut

Meester, Placide de Mehlhausen, Joachim Meier, Bertram Meillet, Antoine Meimaris, Theodoros A. Melanchthon, Philip Meletios iv (Metaxakis) of Constantinople Mélice, Anne Melloni, Alberto Melton, J. Gordon Menozzi

of Vatican II , 5 vols., Leuven/Maryknoll NY, Peeters/Orbis Books, 1995–2006. cannot fail to stimulate interest in this important episode in the rise of ecumenism that the council was. One need only to open the proceedings of the colloquium Vatican II in Moscow (1959–1965) to be convinced of this. Alberto Melloni, ed., Vatican II in Moscow (1959–1965): Acts of the Colloquium on the History of Vatican II, Moscow, March 30–April 2, 1995 , Leuven, Bibliotheek van de Faculteit Godgeleerdheid, 1997. However, the edifice lacks one major brick: a reconstitution

, however, marked a decisive development for the following century. When the pope received Jane Addams from the wilpf in 1915, she noted his powerlessness: “They [men of religious responsibility] are apparently powerless to do the one thing which might end it.” Cited in: Gearóid Barry, “Pope Benedict XV and Pacifism: ‘An Invincible Phalanx for Peace?,’” in: Giovanni Cavagnini & Giulia Grossi, eds., Benedict XV: A Pope in the World of the “Useless Slaughter” (1914–1918) , dir. Alberto Melloni, vol. 1, Turnhout, Brepols, 2020, 319–335, here 319

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Berichterstattung und Kommentierung in der zeitgenössischen Berliner Tagespresse , Hamburg, Kovač, 2007. See also John F. Pollard, The Unknown Pope: Benedict XV (1914–1922) and the Pursuit of Peace , London, Chapman, 1999. For more recent studies on Pope Benedict xv , see Giovanni Cavagnini & Giulia Grossi, eds., Benedict XV : A Pope in the World of the “Useless Slaughter” (1914–1918) , dir. Alberto Melloni, 2 vols., Turnhout, Brepols, 2020. This sudden shift from a moderate Christian-ecumenical pacifism to the religious affirmation of an enthusiastic culture of war

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understanding and charity, in continuation of the pontificates of Pius ix and Leo xiii , in the support given to local unionist initiatives, but also in the tolerance shown towards reconciliation efforts as the Anglo-Catholic talks in Malines or the pre-ecumenical initiatives of Dom Beauduin in Amay-sur-Meuse. See recently Étienne Fouilloux, “An indecisive Inter- Confessional Situation (1914–22),” in: Giovanni Cavagnini & Giulia Grossi, eds., Benedict XV: A Pope in the World of the “Useless Slaughter” (1914–1918) , dir. Alberto Melloni, 2 vols., Turnhout, Brepols, 2020

diplomatic models in the development of their external relations. Recall, for example, the intense diplomatic activity in favor of peace exerted by Pope Benedict xv during and after the war, which earned for the Holy See completely new prestige on the international stage. On this, see the various contributions in Giovanni Cavagnini & Giulia Grossi, eds., Benedict XV: A Pope in the World of the “Useless Slaughter” (1914–1918) , dir. Alberto Melloni, 2 vols., Turnhout, Brepols, 2020, and Cormac Shine, “Papal Diplomacy by Proxy? Catholic Internationalism at the League of