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Imposed identity, claimed identity
The Kingdom of Granada’s inhabitants were identified in three different ways in a period of ten years : Muslims, Mudejars and New Christians or new converts. In the course of time and with the failure of the evangelization, they were called Moriscos, that is Catholics of Moorish descent. Vocabulary...
Walking foundations and missions in Europe and the Americas in modern times
This presentation has been done jointly by three authors - A. Boltanski is concerned with French examples, M.-L. Copete with Spanish ones, finally A. Maldavsky with south American ones. The paper, in these three areas, lays the stress on the role played by the laity in the evangelization process. It...
Proselytising and religious pluralism: two missionary experiences in India in the 16th and 17th centuries/Religious Proselytism and Pluralism: Two Missionary Experiments in India in the XVIth and XVIIth Centuries.
Two models of conversion, exemplified by two missionary experiences in Southern India in the 16th and 17th centuries, are confronted in this article. The community model is illustrated by the collective evangelization of the Parava by St François Xavier. In this case, the whole community was convert...
Chakmakjian (H.A.) Armenian Christology and Evangelization of Islam. A Survey of Relevance of the Christology of the Armenian Apostolic Church to Armenian Relations with its Muslim Environment
Meslin Michel. Chakmakjian (H.A.) Armenian Christology and Evangelization of Islam. A Survey of Relevance of the Christology of the Armenian Apostolic Church to Armenian Relations with its Muslim Environment. In: Archives de sociologie des religions, n°25, 1968. pp. 175-176.
“Internal indicia” or fifth enemy column? the morisca question between colonial expansion and confessional fragmentation
In 1609, Phillip III decides to expel the moriscos from the Spanish kingdoms in successive waves. This unprecedented decision is made after several decades of debate regarding its convenience and legitimacy. In the present work, I will analyze what place did the reference to the process of evangeliz...
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Some research guidelines in ecclesiology
If we want to work fruitfully on the particular questions of ecclesiology (the reform of the Church, its governance, bishops’ conferences, ecumenism, evangelization, etc.), one must return to the fundamentals, at the core issues. This article suggests two starting point : first, ask the question “Wh...
Félix Hedde (1879-1960): A missionary bishop against Vietnam’s independence and indigenous Church
Bishop Felix Hedde (1879-1960), O.P., was a key figure in the mission of the Dominicans of Lyon in Upper Tonkin. His long ministry in Viet Nam (1926-1960) made him a privileged witness to a dramatic period in the country's history. He experienced the prosperous years of French colonization until 194...
Fulbert and the legacy of Grégoire the Grand
International audience Fulbert encountered the legacy of Gregory the Great in several ways: there were, in his time, works of the holy pope in Chartres; But there were at least as many at the abbey of Fleury, at Corbie, at Reims, all places that Fulbert was able to attend, notably for his training....
Popular reading of the Bible, a source of ecclesial life in Africa
In Africa, evangelization is essentially based on the promotion and organization of small Christian communities known as basic Christian communities. It is in these communities that the reading of the Bible by the people takes place, under the guidance of a leader known as the “animateur”. The inter...
Reality and imagination, Japan as viewed by 18th century France
With an interest in the origins of various representations of Japan during the Enlightenment, we have studied three centuries of Japanese history as they relate to the West. Even though in the eighteenth century China was of primary interest, some French authors refer to the Land of the Rising Sun i...
The role of the testimony in the new evangelisation of new ecclesiastical movements
The issue of testimony in evangelization is today quite widely addressed, both in pastoral literature and in the formation of new movements within the Church. The teaching of the Church also raises this issue as the center of evangelization engagement. In this paper, we engage the problem of the rol...
Entrepreneurial actions and the legitimation of free/open source software services
Free/open source software users were previously responsible for managing the challenges associated with their software themselves. Recently, a new generation of entrepreneurs seized this emerging market opportunity by positioning themselves as service providers for free/open source software users. C...
The Pacific’s ‘embteachers’/emb in the 19th’supbe’/supb century or the emergence of a new oceanian elite between tradition and modernity
`titrebThe teachers of the Pacific in the 19th century who brought about a new elite in Oceania between tradition and modernity`/titrebToday, in the South Pacific, Christianity is an integral part of tradition. The islanders’ appropriation of Christianity is the fruit of the encounter between their...
Evangelisation of Indians from America
The Black Legend consists in a negative reading of the history of Spain and particularly of the conquest of the Americas. Spain would have evangelized Indians through violence, massive extermination and expropriations. Bartolomé de la Casas, a resolute advocate of Indians, drew a very black picture...
Living out is catholic faith in Corsica, in Genoa and in the county of Nice from XVth to XVIIIth century : essay of comparative history
The council of Trent held at the end of the 16th century embodies main reforms to carry out in order to restore the Church’s image. A new structural and human approach is put forward in response to the critics addressed by Protestants and some Catholics. The regaining of the faithful’s trust, wanted...
Media Education and the New Evangelization. Part Two: Pastoral Postulates and Educational Proposals
This article is a methodological continuation of the content presented in the first part of the author's research (“Media Education and the New Evangelization. Part One: Media Components and Challenges”, Verbum Vitae 37  407-425) and represents an implementation of the concepts outlined there....
The “Asian” networks and Vannetais missionaries of the Société des Missions Étrangères de Paris à l’Xviiie Century
The Société des Missions Etrangères de Paris was founded in 1663 by François de Laval Montmorency, François Pallu, Lambert de La Motte and Ignace Cotolendi.It aimed at evangelizing the non-Christian Asian people by sending European priests applying for a position within the mission, the final object...
Why the Church in the city?
`titrebWhy is the Church in the City ?`/titrebThe Church was born in the cities of Antiquity. It took a very long time for the Church to penetrate into rural areas and what was once an obstacle to evangelization later became an advantage, in that it contributed to maintaining Christian religion. His...
Fraternity, timeliness in view of the peace problem in Colombia: reflections from Francian political philosophy and spirituality
In the article we intend to ponder over a topic, which is central in education, politics and evangelization practices, I mean the problem of peace. This topic is particularly appropriate, above all if we consider the present times lived by Colombia, and more generally by the contemporaneous society....
Motivating and reconciliation settings
Shaping the attitudes of reconciliation with God is based on faith and its maturity. The faith is the mature Christian finds his relationship with Christ, which is full of mercy comes in and reveals to man that God’s grace is strengthening the unity with God the Father and leads to unity merciful wi...
Latin sources of America, at the crossroads of erudite history and religious and social anthropology
Scholars of the first evangelization of colonial America have mostly rely on Castilian and Portuguese sources. They usually rely on written sources produced by the conquistadors and/or missionaries, as well as the codex, lienzos and other documents written in local languages. Among them, those of th...
The Sophical Speech of Prince Abdul Qadir* (1300e) reads in the vocabulary
غدا الخطاب الصّوفي الغنوصي متجاوزًا لمنطق العقل وقوانينه، فارضًا لمنطقه الخاص (منطق الخطاب العرفانيّ)، الذي يسلك طريقًا للتّعبير عن الآراء والأفكار الغنّوصية بلغة الذّوق الباطنيّ. فالخطاب الشّعري الصّوفي للأمير عبد القادر، ينتمي لهذا التيّار الصّوفي المتفلسف فانعكست فلسفته على هذا الخطاب، الذي لم يخ...
Exposing the religious heritage in Spain : from museology to museography
This thesis deals with the exhibition of catholic heritage in contemporary Spain. Its goal is to study and delineate the different ways in which this patrimony is exposed – public museum, private collections, religious art museums, guilds museums, temporary exhibition, etc. – and their history. Arti...
Fon people and Catholic minority in Dahomey : a comparative look of christianization in the colonial and postcolonial context 1946-1972
The missionary fact is, in many ways, an excellent prism to address the evolution of societies.It helps to highlight the methods of evangelization, the meeting points, but also the distances between actors of proselytism and indigenous societies. In contact with otherness, apostolic dynamics become...
The Christian education of children in Réunion island : rights and duties of parents in the light of the 1983 Code of Canon Law
No human being can do without education because it enables them to acquire and develop their physical, moral and intellectual aptitudes. The purpose of education is to help every human being become fully human; to enter into a relationship with his fellow human beings and to prepare him for his fina...