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The Catholic 1968: Poland, Social Justice, and the Global Cold War
Slavic Review: Interdisciplinary Quarterly of Russian, Eurasian, and East European Studies
In the 1960s, the Catholic Church underwent a revolution in the teaching and practice of its faith, known as aggiornamento. Catholics responded by pioneering new forms of agency in world affairs in the Global Sixties. This was a cross-Iron Curtain story, affecting communist and non-communist countries in Europe, as well as developing countries across the world – a story of transfers and encounters unfolding simultaneously along multiple geographical axes: "East-West," "North-South," anddoi:10.1017/slr.2018.203 fatcat:63flfr7xingzdnfsascqlw6hhi