2 edition of Saints and sanctity found in the catalog.
Saints and sanctity
Walter J. Burghardt
|Statement||by Walter J. Burghardt|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 239 p. :|
|Number of Pages||239|
|LC Control Number||65-8828|
SOLDIER SAINTS AND HOLY WARRIORS: WARFARE AND SANCTITY IN THE LITERATURE OF EARLY ENGLAND is an outstanding study of the evolving relationship between religion and warfare in medieval Latin and Anglo-Saxon s: 2. In Saints and Society, Donald Weinstein and Rudolph M. Bell examine the lives of saints who lived between and and the perceptions of sanctity prevalent in late medieval and early modern Europe. They also provide a substantial body of information on the people among whom the saints lived and by whom they came to be venerated. In the first part, the authors give close .
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The debates involved have ranged through the outward signs of salvation, whether saints can be identified in This has meant that its churches have questioned what sort of people, and which specific persons, are saved; and so have tried to describe the qualities of such 'saints'.Pages: It spans the earliest construction of personal sanctity in the Eastern and Western traditions, the 'golden age' of saintly cults in the medieval period, post-Reformation debates about the role of saints, and the meaning of canonization within a variety of churches in the twentieth and twenty-first : Hardcover.
It spans the earliest construction of personal sanctity in the Eastern and Western traditions, the 'golden age' of saintly cults in the medieval period, post-Reformation debates about the role of saints, and the meaning of canonization within a variety of churches in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
In Borderlands Saints, Desirée A. Martín examines the rise and fall of popular saints and saint-like figures in the borderlands of the United States and ng specifically on Teresa Urrea (La Santa de Cabora), Pancho Villa, César Chávez, Subcomandante Marcos, and Santa Muerte, she traces the intersections of these figures, their devotees, artistic representations, and dominant Reviews: 1.
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Human desire is a path to spiritual wholeness, says autho /5. The saints, after all, are human, and it is through their very humanity that God chose to work His moral miracles and even a few inexplicable physical feats.
Perhaps it is due to Leckie’s own experience of war that he comes to a fresh understanding of sanctity. St. Maximilian Mary Kolbe wrote about the saints and sanctity quite often. His first rule of life was “I must become a saint, and a great saint.” And, of course he did become a great saint.
To read now what his aspiring and growing saint had to say about holiness is not only stirring but encouraging. Saints and sanctity. by: Burghardt, Walter J. Published: () Holiness is always in season / by: Benedict XVI, Pope, Published: () Voices of the saints: a year book of readings / by: Ghezzi, Bert.
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He has contributed greatly to the current research on what are for now being called the. Free Online Library: Soldier Saints and Holy Warriors: Warfare and Sanctity in the Literature of Early England.(Book Review) by "Christianity and Literature"; Literature, writing, book reviews Philosophy and religion Political science Books Book reviews.
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Ozgen Felek. 9 Jewish Saints and Sanctuaries in Colonial Morocco. Maite Ojeda Mata. Saints and Sanctity in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam: Striving for remembrance - CRC Press Book A common objective of saint veneration in all three Abrahamic religions is the recovery and perpetuation of the collective memory of the saint.
In Saints and Society, Donald Weinstein and Rudolph M. Bell examine the lives of saints who lived between and and the perceptions of sanctity prevalent in late medieval and early modern also provide a substantial body of information on the people among whom the saints lived and by whom they came to be venerated.
In the first part, the authors give close consideration. The second half of the book takes up major themes in the study of saints and sanctity. Here, in chapters entitled “Gendering the Saints” and “Globalizing Sanctity,” Yarrow considers the difference broad constructs like sex, culture, and colonialism made to the history of sainthood.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 v. ; 22 cm. Contents: Holiness and sanctity in the early church: presidential address / Andrew Louth --The monk as Christian saint and exemplar in St John Chrysostom's writings / Pak-Wah Lai --Commemoration, representation, and interpretation: Augustine of Hippo's depictions of the martyrs / Elena Martin --Hagiography and.
"Human desire is a path to spiritual wholeness," says author Donald Boisvert, in this unusual look at how saints--and one's devotion to them--can be sites for the confirmation and celebration of homoerotic desire.
The author comes to the topic as a gay scholar of religion and draws upon his own experience of saints including his years in seminary beginning at age Using a wide range of secular and clerical sources—including vitae, inquisitorial and canonization records, chronicles, and civic statutes—Peterson explores who these unofficial saints were, how the phenomenon of disputed sanctity arose, and why communities would be willing to risk punishment by continuing to venerate a local holy man or Author: Janine Larmon Peterson.
“Overall, the collected contributions in Saints: Faith without Borders showcase both the wide range of approaches that can be brought to bear on the ‘saint’ and the myriad of circumstances where sainthood and sanctity occur.
This volume provides a welcome opportunity to .if sanctity could be purchased or pondered by pounds and ounces, this book is twice the bargain ” ―Review for Religious. “A useful reference work for anyone who teaches theology or religious studies, for members of the clergy, for monasteries and reliigous houses, and for Reviews: 5.ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: Editorial: Saints and sanctity today --Part ts of holiness --The phenomenology of sanctity / Giovanni Filoramo --Created out of love: Christian holiness / Andres Torres Queiruga --Primordial holiness / Jon Sobrino --Holiness and marginality / Luiz Carlos Susin --The communion of saints.