Ancora a Milano. Falck e l'Ambrosianeum

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] Still in Milan. Falck and the Ambrosianeum

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Abstract

[Autom. eng. transl.] The essay considers the contribution of thought of the Catholic group of the Ambrosianeum Cultural Center (wanted by Cardinal Schuster, animated by Monsignor Pisoni and supported by Enrico Falck) to the elaboration of the prospects of the Catholic commitment in the post-war period, helping to define the characteristics of a a renewed Italian identity that was already inscribed in the broader perspectives of a possible Europe of peoples, but which had to grow thanks to an intense work of moral and cultural education that was rooted in the perspectives of the neo-Guelphs of Malvestiti.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] Still in Milan. Falck and the Ambrosianeum
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationIdentità italiana e cattolicesimo. Una prospettiva storica
Pages481-494
Number of pages14
Publication statusPublished - 2003
EventIdentità nazionale e cattolicesimo. Una prospettiva storica (promosso dal Centro culturale Niccolò Rezzara e dal Servizio Nazionale per il Progetto Culturale della Conferenza Episcopale Italiana) - Bergamo
Duration: 11 Oct 200112 Oct 2001

Conference

ConferenceIdentità nazionale e cattolicesimo. Una prospettiva storica (promosso dal Centro culturale Niccolò Rezzara e dal Servizio Nazionale per il Progetto Culturale della Conferenza Episcopale Italiana)
CityBergamo
Period11/10/0112/10/01

Keywords

  • Enrico Falck
  • Identità italiana
  • Italian Catholicism
  • Italian Identity
  • Milan
  • Milano
  • cattolicesimo italiano

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