In the years between the Reformation and the Counter-Reformation, the significant urban center of Münster was profoundly shaped by the forces of religious change. Using a rich variety of Church and city sources-including necrologies, endowment records, City Council records, and Jesuit drama-R. Po-chia Hsia describes in vivid detail how the Counter-Reformation evolved in the daily life of real people.
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