Her personal practice, she tells her cousin, has been inspired in the past by visions, particularly of the Virgin Mary tending her infant son. The domestic details of the interaction between mother and child are what have caught her ...
Author: Abigail Brundin
Publisher: Oxford University Press
The Sacred Home in Renaissance Italy explores the rich devotional life of the Italian household between 1450 and 1600. Rejecting the enduring stereotype of the Renaissance as a secular age, this interdisciplinary study reveals the home to have been an important site of spiritual revitalization. Books, buildings, objects, spaces, images, and archival sources are scrutinized to cast new light on the many ways in which religion infused daily life within the household. Acts of devotion, from routine prayers to extraordinary religious experiences such as miracles and visions, frequently took place at home amid the joys and trials of domestic life — from childbirth and marriage to sickness and death. Breaking free from the usual focus on Venice, Florence, and Rome, The Sacred Home investigates practices of piety across the Italian peninsula, with particular attention paid to the city of Naples, the Marche, and the Venetian mainland. It also looks beyond the elite to consider artisanal and lower-status households, and reveals gender and age as factors that powerfully conditioned religious experience. Recovering a host of lost voices and compelling narratives at the intersection between the divine and the everyday, The Sacred Home offers unprecedented glimpses through the keyhole into the spiritual lives of Renaissance Italians.
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Then, he “anoints each baptized child with sacred Chrism on the crown of his (her) head.”59 This is not the same as tracing the sign of the cross on the child's forehead. How can the deacon do this in such a way that the anointing can ...
Author: Deacon Paul Covino
Publisher: Liturgy Training Publications
This book considers the deacon’s relationship to Baptism, his relationship to the ritual, and his relationship to the families of the children whom he baptizes. The resource will help the deacon better understand how Baptism calls its recipients to discipleship, the symbols and the gestures of the ritual, and ways to stimulate faith among families who bring their children to be baptized. This resource also will address practical issues, such as suggestions for the homily, a checklist to prepare for Baptisms, when a deacon may baptize, and how to navigate through the ritual when many children are being baptized.
She confesses that she attempted to take the life of him whom she knew to be the sacred child , the hope of the People of the Heart , and for such a sin it seems to me that there is but one punishment , though it is terrible , and she ...
She confesses that she attempted to take the life of him whom she knew to be the sacred child , the hope of the People of the Heart , and for such sin it seems to me that there is but one punishment , though it is terrible , and she who ...
But the common people would not let her sleep there , arguing that , as she was the nurse of a sacred child , it was against the rule of the tape that she should sleep in a house among common people . But the girl said , “ Hine has told ...
Author: Royal Society of New Zealand
Includes proceedings of member institutes of the Society and of the Society's Science Congress through v. 84, 1956/57.
The heathen seemed to know nothing about children and their mythology . Their gods were not born as children . ... “ The religion of Jesus is the only religion that dares to put its sacred books into the hands of a child .
... as children were removed from the workplace and the notion that minors should financially support their families began to lose favor. by the 1930s, “the new, sacred child occupied a special and separate world, regulated by affection ...
Author: Tanya Jones
Category: Social Science
Toys—those celebrated childhood cohorts and lead actors in children’s imaginative play—have a fantastic history of heroism in fiction. From teddy bears that guard sleeping babies to plastic soldiers and cowboys who lay siege to wooden block castles, toys are often the heroes of the stories children inspire authors to tell. In this collection of new essays, scholars from a great range of disciplines examine fictional toys as protectors of the children they love, as heroes of their own stories, and as champions for the greater good in the writings of A.A. Milne, Hans Christian Andersen, William Joyce, John Lasseter and many others.
Designated private space When children have to share a bedroom with another child or two, each child needs to designate a personal space. If possible, try to screen ... The boundary concept supports the Feng Shui idea of sacred space.
Author: Carole J. Hyder
Publisher: eBook Partnership
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Wind and Water: Your Personal Feng Shui Journey (with new introduction by author)Feng Shui works with the circulation and flow of the life force (ch'i) in the living and working environment to create balance and harmony. It provides ways to create or select an ideal living or work space to bring prosperity, productivity, and peace.Throughout the centuries, Feng Shui has been extensively used in all Eastern cultures. It has recently found its way to the West where it has gained popularity as people have come to realize its power.Wind and Water: Your Personal Feng Shui Journey presents Feng Shui as simple suggestions that can be done on a daily basis. There are many Feng Shui books that provide the complete didactic approach. In this book, each page will provide information and a corresponding activity. Instead of reading about Feng Shui, this book will provide an immediate experience of Feng Shui.
Arise quickly , said he , since it is permitted for thee to see Christ ; He stands present with a bodily robe of clothing whom sacred child - birth bore . The venerable presbyter trembling , nay rather lifting his countenance , sees on ...
Who never did his friends forsake ; “ Sacred to the Memory of Lister Ellis , of this town , who died 10th March ... her still - born tations of the bull , lion , and eagle , all from subjects held sacred child . in Eastern religion .
The state triple repetition of the formula :officers walk to and fro before the throne Om : Ah : Hoom : Pât ! with the serenest gravity as becomes their exalted rank . Of these , the leader seems When the sacred child has emptied his to ...
Thus from the sacred page stands out the picture of the Sacred Child , God's ideal of childhood . He was obedient “ subject unto them ; " ' respectful ; eager to learn , asking questions of those wise in the law ; industrious , learning ...
This is a low level of appreciation and understanding of the sacred-child's faith. The building of this is illusionment. Then comes exposure of the illusion through the revelation and destruction of sacred objects.
Author: L. Hass
Category: Performing Arts
Performing Magic on the Western Stage examines magic as a performing art and as a meaningful social practice, linking magic to cultural arenas such as religion, finance, gender, and nationality and profiling magicians from Robert-Houdin to Pen& Teller.
... with our Lord as a child upon her lap , alternating with a circle bearing within it the sacred monogram ( worked the ... and the drawing of the group of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the sacred Child is somewhat Italian , this was not ...
And two men said that they were sacred . They promised to seek for the child . An old man went to tell the father . He brought the two men to the lodge . The father filled a pipe with tobacco , and gave it to the sacred men .
102 , “ I vow , visited Palestine in order to gather illustrations of the sacred child , you are vastly handsome . ” The large print on p . 109 goes writings from its scenery , and , above all , the pictures of ancient far to do away ...
In the lifeboat analogy, the question can be reframed from "Whose child is more valuable?" to "How can we save both children?" By recasting the sacred in secular terms, we can sidestep the problem of trying to determine inherent worth.
Author: Daniel Shapiro
“One of the most important books of our modern era” –Amb. Jaime de Bourbon For anyone struggling with conflict, this book can transform you. Negotiating the Nonnegotiable takes you on a journey into the heart and soul of conflict, providing unique insight into the emotional undercurrents that too often sweep us out to sea. With vivid stories of his closed-door sessions with warring political groups, disputing businesspeople, and families in crisis, Daniel Shapiro presents a universally applicable method to successfully navigate conflict. A deep, provocative book to reflect on and wrestle with, this book can change your life. Be warned: This book is not a quick fix. Real change takes work. You will learn how to master five emotional dynamics that can sabotage conflict outside your awareness: 1. Vertigo: How can you avoid getting emotionally consumed in conflict? 2. Repetition compulsion: How can you stop repeating the same conflicts again and again? 3. Taboos: How can you discuss sensitive issues at the heart of the conflict? 4. Assault on the sacred: What should you do if your values feel threatened? 5. Identity politics: What can you do if others use politics against you? In our era of discontent, this is just the book we need to resolve conflict in our own lives and in the world around us.
Who there holds revels with his heavenly mates , And sees , with joy exceeding , children rise On children ; for that ... Dione's sacred child , the Cyprian queen , O'er that sweet bosom passed her taper hands : And hence , ' tis said ...