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Lay Sanctity, Medieval and Modern

A Search for Models

by Ann W. Astell

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Published by University of Notre Dame Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christian spirituality,
  • Philosophy of religion,
  • Christianity - History - Catholic,
  • General,
  • Religion,
  • Religion - Catholicism

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages264
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10283413M
    ISBN 100268013322
    ISBN 109780268013325

    Lay Sanctity, Medieval and Modern: A Search for Models. Edited by Ann W. Astell. University of Notre Dame Press. Medieval Women and the Law. Edited by Noel James Menuge. Boydell Press. Medieval Women: Texts and Contexts in Late Medieval Britain. Essays for Felicity Riddy. Anne’s clerical promoters frequently used her as a model of sober domesticity for women, part of a broader attempt to channel the growing lay piety that the clergy perceived as a potential threat to their own power and incomes. And yet, as a gender model, she embodied conflicts between medieval and early modern ideas about sanctity and : Virginia Nixon.

    Medieval Popular Religion: An Annotated Bibliography for Teachers. PRINTABLE PDF. Alison Harper University of Rochester. Introduction “Popular Religion” is not a perfect description for this bibliography, but no consistent term exists for the subcategory of medieval culture also called “lay piety” or “traditional religion.”. German Holiness and Western Sanctity in Medieval and Modern History Lionel Rothkrug Introduction Describing saint and relic cults among early Christians, Peter Brown has explained: If the translation of relics had not gained a major place in Christian piety, the spiritual landscape of the Christian Mediterranean might have been very different.

    Taking as its point of departure Judith Butler’s theory of gender performativity, this article shows how femininity and masculinity are performed in three lay saints’ Lives from the middle Byzantine period: the Life of Philaretos the Merciful (), the Life of Thomaïs of Lesbos (mid-tenth century) and the Life of Mary the Younger (eleventh century).Author: Stavroula Constantinou. “The Lay Saint offers the first substantive interpretation of the rise, development, and decline of the phenomenon of ‘lay sanctity’ in medieval Italy. It will become the book on medieval.


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Lay Sanctity, Medieval and Modern by Ann W. Astell Download PDF EPUB FB2

Through its examination of a series of specific historical figures and movements, Lay Sanctity, Medieval and Modern seeks answers to a set of recurring questions, such as what actually distinguishes the sanctity of the laity from that of the religious, why so few lay persons have been canonized, and to what extent the pursuit of sanctity requires lay saints to either deny or affirm their lay Format: Paperback.

Through its examination of a series of specific historical figures and movements, Lay Sanctity, Medieval and Modern seeks answers to a set of recurring questions, such as what actually distinguishes the sanctity of the laity from that of the religious, why so few lay persons have been canonized, and to what extent the pursuit of sanctity requires lay saints to either deny or affirm their lay.

"The Lay Saint offers the first substantive interpretation of the rise, development, and decline of the phenomenon of 'lay sanctity' in medieval Italy. It will become the book on medieval lay sanctity." (Maureen C.

Miller, University of California, Berkeley, author of Clothing the Clergy)Author: Mary Harvey Doyno. Lay sanctity and church reform in early medieval France / Mary S. Skinner ; A call to active devotion: pilgrimages to Jerusalem in the late Middle Ages / Lay Sanctity T.

Utterback ; Angela of Foligno: a eucharistic model of lay sanctity / Mary Walsh Meany ; Catherine of Siena and lay sanctity in fourteenth-century Italy / Karen Scott. Lay Sanctity, Medieval and Modern: A Search for Inspired Lay Sanctity Vatican II, which attributed a special apostolate to the laity and affirmed their calling to holiness, this volume of original essays focuses on the shifting points of intersection between changing historical definitions of laity and : Norton, W.

& Company, Inc. Ministry: lay ministry in the Roman Catholic Church, its history and theology / by: Osborne, Kenan B.

Published: () Called and gifted for the third millenium: reflections of the U.S. Catholic Bishops on the thirtieth anniversary of the Decree on the apostolate of the laity and the fifteenth anniversary of Called and gifted. Sexuality and Lay Sanctity in The Book of Margery Kempe PETER PELLEGRIN 6.

The Pious Infant: Developments in Popular Piety during the High Middle Ages PATRICIA HEA1.Y WASYLIW Part 2: The Twentieth Century 7. Elizabeth Leseur: A Strangely Forgotten Modern Saint JANET K.

RUFFING, R.S.M. Lay Apostolate and the Beruf of Gertraud von Bullion. Ann W. Astell and ten other scholars examine a series of medieval and modern lay "saints" in order to explore how these figures perceived their own lay status and how this status has been perceived by others."--BOOK JACKET.

Kupte si knihu Lay Sanctity, Medieval and Modern:: za nejlepší cenu se slevou. Podívejte se i na další z miliónů zahraničních. Book Description.

The first full-length study of the notion of marriage to Jesus in late medieval and early modern popular culture, this book treats the transmission and transformation of ideas about this concept as a case study in the formation of religious belief and popular culture.

Lay sanctity and church reform in early medieval France / Mary S. Skinner --A call to active devotion: pilgrimages to Jerusalem in the late Middle Ages / Kristine T.

Utterback --Angela of Foligno: a eucharistic model of lay sanctity / Mary Walsh Meany --Catherine of Siena and lay sanctity in fourteenth-century Italy / Karen Scott --"I wold þou. The Life of St. Gerald of Aurillac and Secular Sanctity in the Carolingian Empire extensive lay patronage networks, book lists and catalogues all point to the existence of a literate and educated elite.

is easy for the modern reader to identify the Christian and Classical traditions and their belief systems in both Early Medieval and. Lay sanctity, medieval and modern. Notre Dame, Ind.: University of Notre Dome Press, © (OCoLC) Online version: Lay sanctity, medieval and modern. Notre Dame, Ind.: University of Notre Dome Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ann W Astell.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. A Companion to the Book of Margery Kempe, Woodbridge, UK: Boydell and Brewer, Arnold, John.

“Margery’s Trials: Heresy, Lollardy and Dissent.” In Arnold and Lewis, A Companion to the Book of Margery Kempe.

Astell, Ann W. Lay sanctity, medieval and modern: A search for models. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press. LAY SPIRITUALITY Describing lay spirituality is a formidable task, not least because the very concept is in doubt. It has been asserted that lay spirituality is simply basic Christian spirituality sine addito and thus ought not be treated as a separate subject.

Some have argued that there is not just one lay spirituality but many reflecting the diverse contexts of the lay vocation.

Inventing the Sacred: Imposture, Inquisition, (The Medieval and Early Modern Iberian World.) Behind the Inquisition's determination to prosecute feigned sanctity lay the events of the Protestant Reformation and the reforms instituted at the Council of Trent.

Trent reaffirmed the importance of outward piety and ritual, of saints, and of Author: Jessica A. Coope. Lay sanctity, medieval and modern: a search for models. Ancrene Wisse and the Book of Hours.

Alltag einer Küsterin. Die Ausstattung und liturgische Nutzung von Chor und Nonnenempore der Nürnberger Dominikanerinnenkirche nach dem unbekannten "Notel der Küsterin" (). Mary Walsh Meany, ‘Angela of Foligno: A Eucharistic Model of Lay Sanctity’, in Lay sanctity, medieval and modern: a search for models, ed.

by Ann W. Astell (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press: ), pp. Tanya Stabler Miller, The Beguines of Medieval Paris: (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, ).

With Lay Sanctity, Medieval and Modern: A Search for Models, edited by Astell and Bonnie Wheeler, a number of contributing scholars examine "with academic reverence the lives of some holy lay people, how some became saints and why others of dazzling virtue didn't," commented Clarence Thomson in National Catholic Reporter.

Jane Cartwright, Feminine Sancitity and Spirituality in Medieval Wales, University of Wales Press, Cardiff, £, ISBN (cloth), pp. xv + Illustrations. Reviewed by: Kimm Curran, Faculty of Education, University of Glasgow, December Jane Cartwright's work on female sanctity in medieval Wales is well known to many.

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