Rimskokatoliška cerkev in poskusi »očiščenja« škodljivih vplivov znanosti, verske pluralizacije in »nemoralne« filmske produkcije ter tiska na Slovenskem med svetovnima vojnama
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH AND THE ATTEMPTS AT »CLEANSING« THE ADVERSE EFFECTS OF SCIENCE, RELIGIOUS PLURALISATION AND »IMMORAL« FILM PRODUCTION AND PRESS IN SLOVENIA IN THE INTERWAR PERIOD
In the following contribution the author analyses the responses of laity and Roman Catholic Church clergy in Slovenia to the phenomena, more and more intensely affecting the everyday life in the period between both World Wars: science, presence of non-Catholic religions, and mass media. Several organisations were established in order to »stand up« to the »immorality« and persons of all generations were engaged in this. On one side this demonstrates a relatively high degree of self-initiative, while on the other hand it also points out the intolerance and thorough integration into the ideological views of the Church.
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