Ordo et Sanctitas The Franciscan Spiritual Journey in Theology and Hagiography

Ordo et Sanctitas: The Franciscan Spiritual Journey in Theology and Hagiography offers articles on Franciscan hagiographical texts; medieval theology and the Bonaventurian theological tradition; and the retrieval of the Franciscan tradition ...

Ordo et Sanctitas  The Franciscan Spiritual Journey in Theology and Hagiography

Ordo et Sanctitas: The Franciscan Spiritual Journey in Theology and Hagiography offers articles on Franciscan hagiographical texts; medieval theology and the Bonaventurian theological tradition; and the retrieval of the Franciscan tradition in a contemporary context.

Ordo Et Sanctitas

This volume, Ordo et Sanctitas: The Franciscan Spiritual Journey in Theology and Hagiography, which celebrates the life and legacy of J. A. Wayne Hellmann, is comprised of articles written by colleagues, former students, and associates.

Ordo Et Sanctitas

Ordo et Sanctitas: The Franciscan Spiritual Journey in Theology and Hagiography offers articles on Franciscan hagiographical texts; medieval theology and the Bonaventurian theological tradition; and the retrieval of the Franciscan tradition in a contemporary context.

Non enim fuerat Evangelii surdus auditor 1 Celano 22 Essays in Honor of Michael W Blastic O F M on the Occasion of his 70th Birthday

... and His Hagiographical Tradition” in The Cambridge Companion to Francis of Assisi (2012), and “From Vita to Disciplina: Julian of Speyer's Vita sancti Francisci” in Ordo et sanctitas: The Franciscan Spiritual Journey in Theology and ...

   Non enim fuerat Evangelii surdus auditor        1 Celano 22   Essays in Honor of Michael W  Blastic  O F M  on the Occasion of his 70th Birthday

This collection of essays honors Michael W. Blastic, O.F.M. on his 70th birthday. The contributors address issues within academic areas in which he has taught and published: the Writings of Francis; Franciscan history, hagiography and spirituality; medieval women; and Franciscan theology and philosophy.

Preaching and New Worlds

publications include the coedited Ordo et Sanctitas: The Franciscan Spiritual Journey in Theology and Hagiography, (Brill, 2017), and Franciscans and American Indians in Pan-Borderlands Perspective: Adaptation, Negotiation, ...

Preaching and New Worlds

This collection of essays examines the polyvalent concept of "New Worlds" in the context of medieval and early modern sermon studies. While the terms "Old World" and "New World" are commonplace in studies of Europe and the Americas, this volume explores how preaching in the Atlantic world and beyond creatively engaged audiences in addressing new cultural and religious perspectives regardless of their geographical location and time period. The identification of the "other" in sermons is already an implicit recognition of a novel world, which could be equally enticing and intimidating. The scholars represented in this volume examine a wide panorama of medieval and early modern efforts as they identify how sermons, which often served as a highly effective media of mass communication, reflect shifting identities, sometimes contested and sometimes embraced, within long-standing traditional constructs. Particular themes include apocalypticism, art and mission, cultural interaction, multilingualism, forms of religious life, and theological innovation.

Thinking about Animals in Thirteenth Century Paris

Ordo et Sanctitas: The Franciscan Spiritual Journey in Theology and Hagiography: A Festschrift in Honour of J. A. Wayne Hellman O.F.M. Conv. (Brill, 2017), pp. 165–85 at 171–2. 117 Comm. in Sent., Bk 2, D. 15, A. 1, Bonaventure 141.

Thinking about Animals in Thirteenth Century Paris

Exploring what theologians at the University of Paris in the thirteenth century understood about the boundary between humans and animals, this book demonstrates the great variety of ways in which they held similarity and difference in productive tension. Analysing key theological works, Ian P. Wei presents extended close readings of William of Auvergne, the Summa Halensis, Bonaventure, Albert the Great and Thomas Aquinas. These scholars found it useful to consider animals and humans together, especially with regard to animal knowledge and behaviour, when discussing issues including creation, the fall, divine providence, the heavens, angels and demons, virtues and passions. While they frequently stressed that animals had been created for use by humans, and sometimes treated them as tools employed by God to shape human behaviour, animals were also analytical tools for the theologians themselves. This study thus reveals how animals became a crucial resource for generating knowledge of God and the whole of creation.

Medieval Franciscan Approaches to the Virgin Mary

Mater Misericordiae Sanctissima et Dolorosa ... Hierarchy, and the Symbol of Jacob's Ladder,' in Ordo et Sanctitas: The Franciscan Spiritual Journey in Theology and Hagiography: Essays in Honor of J.A. Wayne Hellmann, o.f.m. Conv.

Medieval Franciscan Approaches to the Virgin Mary

This volume offers a sample of the many ways that medieval Franciscans in their theological treatises, spiritual texts, preaching, and art expressed their beliefs about the ‘model of models’ of the medieval religious experience, the Virgin Mary.

Preaching and New Worlds

This collection of essays examines the polyvalent concept of "New Worlds" in the context of medieval and early modern sermon studies.

Preaching and New Worlds