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Death and cathedrals in Provence (12th-14th century)
Relations between death and the medieval church have been explored by European historians since the beginning of the 20th century. They are here analysed within the 22 dioceses of « Provence » during the 12th, 13th and 14th centuries. Using a large and varied documentation, essentially produced by c...
Capturing the sensory of the religion by means of the iconographic processes
By an exploratory approach embedded in a topical research, the study proposes to emphasise the senses and their activation in and by the hagiographic image, with the object of two enlighters representing the prayer of Saint Maur de Glanfeuil in a Roman contemporaneous manuscript. The liturgy of the...
Town and territory of Toledane between late antiquity and the kingdom visited: the construction of a ‘Civitas regia’ (later IV-VIII d. C.)
During late antiquity, the urban landscape of Toledo was profoundly altered or changed, while there was a reorganisation and redesign of the suburbial areas, buildings and functions. As a long-reaching phenomenon, Christianity was one of the determinants of the profound transformation of society and...
Catechumenat, as an expression of the organicity of the content of faith in the Fathers of the Church
The Pères de l’Église, although they did not explicitly speak of the organicity of the content of faith, lived the reality, that is to say, the synergy of areas which were not then separated from liturgy, sacrements, theology, prayer and ethics. While we have little echoes of this reality itself, th...
MOS orandi. The legislation on liturgical uses in the Middle Ages (19th century)
From the 14th century to the conciliance of Trento, local churches and regular orders set their own liturgical uses more and more precisely. Ordinary and bréviary, where they summarise the divin service requirements, serve them to promulgate, record and disseminate these ever-changing cultural custo...
Memory and body in the mystic experiment
Based on the example of several mystic saints, it is shown how a narrative (martyre of a saint or passion of Christ) takes substance in the person’s experience and becomes active in the sense that he or she gives his or her life. This way of predicting the past leads to questioning the relationship...
« Silence Gets Breathless ». Expressing Death, Mourning and Memory by Composers of Ashkenazy Jewish Cultures. Central and Eastern Europe, United-States (1880-1980)
Even if, according to psychiatrist Jacques Hassoun "Judaism is not a funeral religion?", the wide Jewish world is not, however, restricted to only the religious aspects, and its musical currents are not only attached to liturgy. Dealing with Jewish cultures (insisting on the plural) allows us to tak...
Christian religious language and gender differentiation. Some obvious
What about the portrayal of gender differentiation in the religious language of the Christian tradition, be it the speech on an asexated God, Jésus, Marie, the characters of the Bible, or the doctrinal and liturgical expression? The author goes from the French language to the original biblical langu...
Teaching faith in the Byzantine Church
liturgy, preaching and defence of Orthodox faith in the Byzantine Church between 1274 and 1453
The liturgy of pleasure.
The sacrades of Armenian churches
Armenian churches have a particular list of bags within their extensive and antiquity littoral tradition. The most important of these is the Eucaristy divine, which Armenians give it a separate chapter. Armenians share the Latin septenary list because of the Latin influence received from the Catholi...
Give a taste to our liturgies
How to boost parish liturgies? How can young adults and others who are absent from the usual sleeves be there? In the end, what is the taste of liturgies? The main idea of the Vatican II concile was to meet Christ: ‘In order to achieve such a great work, Christ is still there with its Church, especi...
Bread and loose bread in the Byzantine liturgy: the ambiguities of the terminology
In the Greek liturgy, the same terminology is used to refer to loose bread or eucharistic bread, to which the celebrator and a part of the communal faithful during the liturgy, and love bread, which is distributed by the celebrator to all assistants at the end of the liturgy. The former has a strong...
Liturgy and organization of space in a cathedral group : the ceremonial of the cathedral of Metz (XIIth-XIIIth centuries)
The Liber de ordinatione et officio totius anni in ecclesia Metensi, usually designed under the name Cérémonial, is a lost medieval liturgy manuscript which was last kept at Metz municipal library (ms. 82). Nowadays, the full text is fortunately known thanks to the scientific edition led by Bishop P...
The Coran, a literary production of late antiquity or Mahomet interprets in the ‘Arabic reader’ of La Mecque
It is dealt with here with Mahomet’s exegetic activity in certain passages or in part of the reader’s vocabulary (Syriac: qeryână) mecquois (the ‘Coran’ mecquois). Mahomet sometimes appears to interpret passages or logia of earlier records which were not in Arabic. This interpretation is to be under...
The images of the Ascension of Christ in Latin Christendom from the 9th to the 13th century
This thesis is dedicated to western representations of the Ascension of Jesus Christ between the IX and XIII Centuries and offers an analysis of this episode according to its iconography. This analysis consists of several sequences. As it is a religious subject, we have first the canonical sources,...
Церковь и горожане средневекового Пскова. Историко-археологическое исследование [Cerkov’ i gorožane srednevekovogo Pksova. Istoriko-arxeologičeskoe issledovanie]
International audience THE CHURCH AND THE CITIZENS IN MEDIEVAL PSKOVThe identification of the Christian Church with the whole organized society is the fundamentalfeature which distinguishes the Middle Ages from earlier and later periods ofhistory. However, in Russian historiography, Church history u...
A new cantillation for the proclamation of 25 evangiles of the liturgical year
An impulse of artistic creation combined with an impulse of religious life in search of radiation, and the need for awareness of close links between music and theology are at the root of this approach. Practical theology, in its interdisciplinary approach, has been the framework for this research an...
The pastoral importance of the liturgy according to Dom Lambert Beauduin
PhD Threat — UCL, 1971
Baptism in the Reformed Churches of France ( ca. 1555-1685 ) : A denominational issue at stake : The example of the Western Synodal Provinces
By the year 1555, the catholic kingdom of France affronted the settlement of Churches "being reformed according to the Gospel". Being on conflict with many subjects, Catholic and Reformed nevertheless mutually recognize baptism received in the opposite confession. Focusing on the Western synodal pro...
The sung poetic improvisation in Olympos (Karpathos, Greece) : Contemporary dynamics of a paraliturgical ritual
In the village of Olympos, located in the north of the Greek island of Karpathos in Aegean Sea, the sung poetic improvisation, known as mantinades, takes on a particular character. It is developed during ritual festivals called glentia, either during informal meetings of men in the coffee-house, or...
The baptismal catechumenat: For a renewal of religious education
This article explores five of the implications of the baptismal catechumenate for religious education: ongoing conversion, the communal responsibility for initiating members, prayer and liturgy at the center of the religious education process, rootedness in the Word of God and the mysteries in which...
A sleeping church in the heart of youth
This paper aims to discuss the apparent absence of youth from the liturgical life in western countries. This massive desertion is in stark contrast with the attraction of great international liturgical events such as World Youth Day. Reforming liturgy or discussing it is not the issue. Instead, this...
The Cène, an image of the Catholic Mass?
in the xvie and the centuries, in the context of religious wars between reforms and Catholics on the issue of Eucharistie, the Cène iconography is developing significantly in Flemish painting. As the rites of messe and eucharistic celebration become the symbols of the restoration, maintenance and tr...
Blind by the Graal: the Providence demonstrations in the Lancelot Propre
Le Lancelot-Graal, a huge anonymous Roman sum of the 18th century, showcased the arthurian world from its origins to its definitive fall after Salesbières’ battle. The cycle places great emphasis on the religious issue, with Providence constantly looking at the destiny of the Kingdom of Logres. Refe...