Lexicon Capuccinum Promptuarium Historico Bibliographicum Ordinis Fratrum Minorum Capuccinorum 1525 1950

Autore: Collegium Internationale S. Laurentii Brundusini (ROME, [The City]). Bibliotheca
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Lexicon Capuccinum

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The Capuch N Museum

Autore: Aa.Vv.
Editore: Gangemi Editore spa
ISBN: 8849277369
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The creation of the Museum of the Friars Minor Capuchin of the Roman Province is designed to highlight the spirituality of a religious order whose cornerstones are intense mysticism, a simple and sober way of life, constant involvement with people, and a strong but gentle spirit of brotherly love. The eight rooms of the museum set up inside the friary host a series of sections devoted to its origins and history as well as the life of those who joined the order and drew inspiration from the example of extraordinary Capuchin saints like Felix of Cantalice, Crispin of Viterbo and Joseph of Leonessa but also contemporary figures known to the public on a vast scale, such as St Pio of Pietrelcina, who bore the stigmata for fifty years, and Father Mariano of Turin, the first multimedia preacher.The museum is also a new repository for the artistic and historical legacy of the Capuchins of Rome and the region of Lazio, as its rooms are in fact designed not only to house and exhibit the various items but also to ensure their preservation. To this end, the opening of the museum was preceded by major work to restore the original splendour not only of various kinds of artworks, books and documents but also and above all Capuchin liturgical vessels and articles of everyday use epitomizing the spirit of humble self-sufficiency that is the hallmark of the order. Encapsulating the extraordinarily rich experience of nearly 500 years of Capuchin life, this museum is concerned not only with preserving the past but also with projecting itself into the future as a sort of ongoing laboratory of initiatives, a venue for exhibitions, cultural events and spiritual experiences aimed at establishing dialogue and asserting the continuing primacy of the human dimension today.

A Catalogue Of Books Printed In The Fifteenth Century Now In The Bodleian Library Oxford Blockbooks Woodcut And Metalcut Single Sheets A

Autore: Bodleian Library
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Lexicon Capuccinum Promptuarium Historico Bibliographicum Ordinis Fratum Minorum Capucinorum 1525 1950

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Coldest Harbour In The Land

Autore: Luca Codignola
Editore: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
ISBN: 9780773505407
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In 1624 Simon Stock, a missionary priest of the Discalced Carmelite order in England, began correspondence with the recently founded Congregation of the Propaganda Fide in Rome in an attempt to interest it in the establishment of a novitiate for English priests of his order. Luca Codignola draws on the letters of Simon Stock and material in the archives of the Propaganda Fide and the Carmelite order to present a fascinating picture of seventeenth-century Catholic colonization.

The Irish Franciscans 1651 1665

Autore: Benignus Millett
Editore: Gregorian Biblical BookShop
ISBN: 9788876521027
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The aim of this study is to examine the history of the Irish Franciscans during the fifteen years immediately following the end of this golden age. In other words, it begins in 1651, at the commencement of the second half of the seventeenth century, and seeks to trance the fate and fortunes of the Irish friars during the Puritan regime and the early years of the Restoration. Why 1665? This is a most convenient terminus and quem, because of the major ecclesiastical events of 1666 and the chain of reactions to which they gave rise. The year 1666 saw the celebration in Dublin in the month of June of a special national synod permitted and indeed engineered by Ormond, the viceroy, for the express purpose of persuading the Irish clergy to accept and sign what was known as the Remonstrance or Protestation of Loyalty to the king, and the theological faculty of Louvain university had censured it. The prelates and clergy rejected the official formula at the synod, but signed an alternative and less obnoxious one.

A Negotiated Settlement

Autore: Joseph F. Patrouch
Editore: BRILL
ISBN: 9780391040991
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This local study of the Counter-Reformation in rural Austria uses a variety of previously unexamined, archival sources to detail the politics and processes of social and religious changes and how they affected men and women in the decades around 1600.

Pier Paolo Vergerio

Autore: Anne Jacobson Schutte
Editore: Librairie Droz
ISBN: 9782600030724
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Footsteps In Deserted Valleys

Autore: Koen De Ridder
Editore: Leuven University Press
ISBN: 9789058670229
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In this book scholars from different backgrounds discuss and define various aspects, special characteristics and long-range aims of the Christian apostolate in late Qing and early republican China.