Evangelium nuntiare. Chiese, impegno pastorale e forme di religiosità

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] Evangelium nuniare. Churches, pastoral commitment and forms of religiosity

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Abstract

The process of evangelization in the diocese of Brescia is investigated from the beginning (fourth century) until the end of the Middle Ages. The condition of the Christians of the first centuries gets light by the sermons of the bishop Gaudenzio, by the epigraphic sources and the hagiographic tradition. The studies of the archives’s documents and of the archaeological discoveries can also to follow the evolution of ecclesiastical institutions throughout the Middle Ages and to show their local roots, particularly with regard to the pastoral dynamics.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] Evangelium nuniare. Churches, pastoral commitment and forms of religiosity
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationA servizio del Vangelo. Il cammino storico dell evangelizzazione a Brescia, 1. L età antica e medievale
EditorsGIANCARLO ANDENNA
Pages211-314
Number of pages104
Publication statusPublished - 2010

Keywords

  • Battistero
  • Biblia pauperum
  • Brescia
  • Brescia (Italy)
  • Brescia's bishop
  • Brescia's cathedral
  • Capitolo
  • Catechesi
  • Cattedrale di Brescia
  • Chierici
  • Confraternite
  • Cura delle anime
  • Decime
  • Evangelizzazione
  • Fedeli
  • Filastrio (bishop of Brescia)
  • Filastrio (vescovo di Brescia)
  • Gaudenzio (bishop of Brescia)
  • Gaudenzio (vescovo di Brescia)
  • Immagini sacre
  • Medioevo cristiano
  • Parrocchia
  • Pievi
  • Predicazione
  • Processioni
  • Rogazioni
  • Vescovo di Brescia
  • baptistery
  • believer
  • cathechesis
  • chapter
  • confraternity
  • cure of souls
  • evangelization
  • holy image
  • middle ages
  • parish
  • parish curch
  • preaching
  • priest
  • religious procession
  • rogations
  • tithe

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