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eBook Pedro Moya De Contreras: Catholic Reform and Royal Power in New Spain, 1571-1591 epub
  • ISBN: 0520055519
  • Author: Stafford Poole
  • Genre: Biographies
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Univ of California Pr (November 1, 1987)
  • Pages: 321 pages
  • ePUB size: 1107 kb
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In tracing the career of a sixteenth-century church official and administrator who was more notable for what he did than for who he was, Poole offers a rich source of information about Spanish rule in colonial Mexico and the evolving relationship between the Spanish monarchy and the Catholic Church.

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Moya de Contreras died in Spain in December, 1591, so poor that the Crown paid for his funeral. Pedro Moya de Contreras: Catholic Reform and Royal Power in New Spain, 1571-1591. His body was interred in the parish church of Santiago, in Madrid. He left various writings which were collected in the book Cartas de Indias, published in Madrid in 1877. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1987, ISBN 0-520-05551-9.

Catholic Reform and Royal Power in New Spain, 1571-1591. sixteenth century, Pedro Moya de Contreras was the most powerful man in the New World

Pedro Moya de Contreras : Catholic Reform and Royal Power in New Spain, 1571-1591. For a brief few years in the sixteenth century, Pedro Moya de Contreras was the most powerful man in the New World. A church official and loyal royalist, he came to Mexico in 1571 to establish the Inquisition and later became archbishop and viceroy for the region.

It ranks among the best institutional histories we have for the subject and the period along with Robert Ricard's Spiritual Conquest (Berkeley, 1966), Richard Greenleaf's studies on Juan de Zumárraga and the Inquisition, and John Schwaller's studies of the clergy.

Personal Name: Moya de Contreras, Pedro, ca. 1530-1591.

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C. M. Stafford Poole, Pedro Moya de Contreras: Catholic Reform and Royal Power in New Spain, 1571–1591 (Berkeley and London: University of California Press, 1987), pp. xii + 309. J. S. Cummins (a1). Full text views reflects the number of PDF downloads, PDFs sent to Google Drive, Dropbox and Kindle and HTML full text views. Total number of HTML views: 0. Total number of PDF views: 0 .

In tracing the career of a sixteenth-century church official and administrator who was more notable for what he did than for who he was, Poole offers a rich source of information about Spanish rule in colonial Mexico and the evolving relationship between the Spanish monarchy and the Catholic Church

Catholic Reform and Royal Power in New Spain, 1571-1591 C. Stafford Poole The Church and Clergy in Sixteenth-Century Mexico John Frederick Schwaller De la santidad a la perversión.

Catholic Reform and Royal Power in New Spain, 1571-1591 C. O de porqué no se cumplía la ley de Dios en la sociedad novohispana Sergio Ortega. Published: 1 July 1988.

A definitive portrait of a Spanish cleric and royalist who fundamentally shaped New Spain, updated in light of newly available sources

For a brief few years in the sixteenth century, Pedro Moya de Contreras was the most powerful man in the New World. A church official and loyal royalist, he came to Mexico in 1571 to establish the Inquisition and later became archbishop and viceroy for the region. This new edition of Stafford Poole s definitive portrait of Moya de Contreras, first published in 1971, now offers an expanded understanding of this enigmatic figure s influence on the development of New Spain. In tracing the career of a sixteenth-century church official and administrator who was more notable for what he did than for who he was, Poole offers a rich source of information about Spanish rule in colonial Mexico and the evolving relationship between the Spanish monarchy and the Catholic Church. For this second edition, Poole draws on newly available sources to fill in gaps regarding Moya de Contreras s shadowy early career and final years in Spain. He also explores in greater depth the churchman s influence as Grand Inquisitor in light of the plethora of new research and recent publications on the Spanish Inquisition.

Poole shows that Moya de Contreras was as diligent at carrying out the tortures of the Inquisition as he was at exposing government and church corruption. His reforming zeal reached its culmination in his leadership of the Third Mexican Provincial Council of 1585, which enacted a legal code for the Mexican Church that lasted more than three hundred years.

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