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Anti-modernism refers to either Catholic anti-modernism, expressed in Pope Pius X's 1907 encyclical; or is used as a general term to describe reactionary responses to modernism or modernity, sometimes implying fundamentalism and fascism, but often simply conservatism


Anti-modernism came to the fore in the Catholic church at the start of the 2othC.[1]

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  1. ^ D. Jodock, Catholics Contending with Modernity (2000) p. 56

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