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Lules, isistines and mopeds in the historical account of a Jesuite mysioner at the borders of the Chaco
In this work we presented the transcript of a document written by the legal cura Pedro Juan Andreu, entitled ‘Annulliates the Historical Mission of San Estevan de los Indios Lules 1744’. The manuscript is part of the novel De Angelis Collection, acquired and preserved by the National Library of Rio...
Forced migration of the branches of the Spanish Empire to Italy (1767-1801): creative integration and religious identity
The work of the enlightened hispano-American Jews, residing in Italy, reveals a wide and diverse cultural panorama, beyond the great signatures such as Viscardo or Clavigero. Since the 18th century italic peninsula, melancolic but also committed literature has become, in the long term, the extension...
Forge the “Christian soldier” Forging the “Christian soldier”: the Catholic leadership of the pontifical and royal troops in France in 1568-1569
This article looks at a crucial moment in the history of the Church in its relations with the military institution, when Popauté truly formalises, building on the Jesuit, a model of the ‘Christian soldier’, which will now guide the entire conception of war and discipline to the armed forces deployed...
The educational collections of the Emile-Zola lycée in Rennes (Ille-et-Vilaine)
In 2019, in connection with the Brittany lycée inventory, one section sought to measure the extent of the educational collections, to study them and to build awareness-raising and valorisation tools. This work resulted in 24 study dossiers being made available online and a leaflet published. Among t...
The Lhande Fère, jésuite-reporter from the suburbs
in the 1920s, when the Parisian suburbs was fully extended and the myth of the red suburbs emerged, a jésuite, the P. Lhande travelled through the ‘area’, fortifications, large plots, and a series of works with the impact of Le Christ in the suburbs, La Croix sur les Fortives or Le God that moved. T...
Jesuit Civil Wars. Theology, Politics and Government under Tirso González (1687-1705)
Founded in 1540, the Society of Jesus quickly established itself as one of the most dynamic, influential but divisive orders within early-modern Catholicism. Yet whilst the order's role in combating Protestantism, reforming the Catholic Church and advising rulers during its first century has been we...
First steps in dominics in China: arrival and implantation
In 1633, the Ex debito pastoralis officii bula del Papa Urbano VIII opened the Chinese empire to the mendicant orders and thus put an end to the privilege that the jesuitas had had in China for almost fifty years. This monopoly, with a lot of resentment on the part of the mysioners of the mendicant...
Before the Preludes. Some Semiotic Observations on Vision, Meditation and the “Fifth Space” in the early Jesuit Spiritual Illustrated Literature
In the literary tradition inspired by S. Ignatius Loyola’s Spiritual Exercises images are normally placed before the meditative preludes, and have a certain number of functions in relation to the whole spiritual exercise, or to the whole reading of a catechetic lesson. This article will try to make...
Archives in criminal literature: Roman Carus "Ritenstreit"
"Roman Carus: Ritenstreit... The rite dispute between Franciscans, Dominicans and Jesuits dates back a few hundred years ago. But on one occasion there is an unusually high interest from various sides in a letter from China’s Kaiser Kang Xi to Pope Benedikt XIV. However, this historically important...
Shifting Violence and Shifting Targets: Jesuits, Puritans and the mob in early modern France and England
Reseña de The Jesuits and the Thirty Years Wars: Kings, Courts, and Confessors
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Francisco Fabra and his relationship with the Tarija College and his missions (1770) for P.Pedro de Calatayud
As we have been publishing so far, the document we presented at this opportunity is one of the 12 well-known and unprecedented, who presented various jesuitas from Paraguay province to P. Pedro Calatayud to facilitate her in the composition of a story of Paraguay, of which she could only outline a d...
Jansenism and reform of the Church in Portuguese America in the Xviia century
It appears that the adoption and dissemination of jansenist ideas, from the 1760s onwards, have been supported by the state in the Lusitanian world. In its crusade against Jesuit, the Portuguese Crown has systematically replaced ultramontain ecclesiological penchant works with gallican. It also supp...
Forging the ‘Christian soldier’. The Catholic leadership of the pontifical and royal troops in France in 1568-1569
This article looks at a crucial moment in the history of the Church in its relationship with the military institution, when the Popauté truly formalises, on the basis of the Jesuit, a model of the ‘Christian soldier’, which will now guide the entire conception of war and discipline to the armed forc...
What is so dredge in duck hunting? What the language openings tell us about the meeting between the followers and the Nehiraw-Iriniw
. This article looks at the various language registers that can be found in the corpus of writing produced by followers in Canada during the centuries. These manuscripts, which look very close to the daily work of the mission, were written in several languages in India and Latin. They highlight the...
Cultural Worlds of the Jesuits in Colonial Latin America
Institute of Latin American Studies : 22 July 2020, 5.00pm - 6.30pm : Book Launch : Online : Speakers : - Linda Newson (ILAS) - Guillermo Wilde (CONICET, Argentina) - Sabine Hyland (St Andrews) This online event will launch the volume Cultural Worlds of the Jesuits in Colonial Latin America, edited...
Teaching sciences during the 18th century: an education in experiment and reasoning
International audience In the 18th century, colleges or boarding schools are kept by the Jesuits, the Oratorians or the Brothers of the Christian Schools; they are places of spreading of a scientific and technical culture to train the ruling classes of the Absolute monarchy. The scientific training...
Nuevo libro: Cultural Worlds of the Jesuits in Colonial Latin America
Autor : Linda A. Newson (Ed.). Presentación del editor : The Jesuits’ colonial legacy in Latin America is well-known. They pioneered an interest in indigenous languages and cultures, compiling dictionaries and writing some of the earliest ethnographies of the region. They also explored the region’s...
: Moderne Confucianism in China and South Korea
Polemics on Confucius in Europe around the XVIIth and XVIIIth centuries<br /><br />On October 18th 1700, the Faculty of Theology of Sorbonne prohibited three books on China, written by Jesuits. The sentence blamed the use of expressions labelled as false, preposterous, full of errors and slanderous...
The Martyrs of the UCA: Demand and grace. Social commitment of the Catholic University
Hace 20 years killed my Jesuas brothers of UCA, Julia Elba and Celina. I was in Thailand and I had to go through San Francisco on my return to El Salvador. At the airport, I was waiting — with impactful faces — Steve Prevett and Peggy O’Grady. On the streets of San Francisco, with a hand painter, Pa...
Intercambios epistolares entre Córdoba, Buenos Aires y Roma: circulación de imágenes, objetos devocionales y documentos eclesiásticos durante el período de supresión jesuita
During the suppression and restoration of the Society of Jesus, the expelled Jesuits developed heterogeneous actions in order to promote their restoration and reinforce their identity. Meanwhile, Priest Gaspar Juárez – exiled in Italy – promoted Jesuits cults and their persistence on both sides of t...
La « langue générale » des fugitifs : le nheengatu dans l’Amazonie du XIXe siècle
Nheengatu was a linguistic framework created by Jesuits to facilitate Catholic catechism in the Portuguese Amazon. This language eventually transcended the evangelization, spreading across indigenous villages, reaching Africans and their descendants who began to arrive in large numbers through the p...
Conocer la China desde América: la empresa historiográfica de Juan de Palafox, de Puebla a Madrid y París (1640-1670)
The interests of Catholic Europe for seventeenth-century China are clearly established, especially through the role that Jesuits missionaries played in the production of knowledge on the Middle empire from their arrival at the end of the sixteenth century. The collapse of the Ming dynasty (1368-1644...
Conflictos por la botica de los jesuitas de Santiago : la expulsión de la orden y el caso de José Zeitler
In Chile, the Society of Jesus, along with its importance as a missionary order, was responsible for delivering a series of services to the vecinos of the cities and towns. In Santiago, the Colegio Máximo de San Miguel became the nerve center of the Jesuit actions: it offered libraries, orchards, te...
Las primeras historias naturales de las Filipinas (1583-1604)
The paper is based on the hypothesis that the Philippines was a territory colonized from New Spain and served as experience, accumulation, memory and practice for other spaces colonized from New Spain, mainly the North of Mexico and California. Although the Jesuits hegemonized the missionary-coloniz...