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The message of Fatima
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Year: 1950 Publisher: London Burns Oates & Washbourne,

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Fatima : enquête sur une imposture
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Year: 1977 Publisher: Paris : A. Moreau,

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Le troisième secret de Fàtima
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ISBN: 2268001334 Year: 1981 Publisher: Monaco Ed. du Rocher,


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História de Nossa Senhora da Conceição Aparecida e de seus escolhidos.
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ISBN: 8572005692 Year: 1998 Publisher: Aparecida, SP Editora Santuário, 1998,


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Fátima : 1917-2017
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ISBN: 9782204118200 2204118206 Year: 2017 Publisher: Paris : Cerf,

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La commémoration d’un événement, qui a pour but d’en perpétuer, parfois d’en raviver la mémoire, peut être l’occasion d’une relecture critique et d’une compréhension plus complète de celui-ci. Les apparitions mariales de 1917 à Fátima ont fait très tôt l’objet de ce type de démarche ; la mariophanie portugaise, qui a retenu l’attention de presque tous les papes depuis Pie XI, appartient à l’histoire contemporaine de l’Église et a été en quelque sorte canonisée par Jean Paul II, avec la béatification le 13 mai 2000 des deux plus jeunes voyants, morts prématurément, et la publication du troisième secret assortie d’un commentaire théologique officiel. Est-ce à dire que le dossier Fátima est clos ? Le phénomène est une « révélation progressive » qui se développe jusqu’à la mort de la dernière voyante, en 2005, et sa signification historico-mondiale dépasse de loin les seules formes dévotionnelles et cultuelles auxquelles il a donné lieu : Fátima se présente comme une révélation non close dans l’histoire de l’Église au xxe siècle et pour le xxie siècle, dont la dimension prophético-eschatologique – qui ne se limite pas au seul fameux troisième secret – est susceptible de nouveaux approfondissements.


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The flower of paradise : Marian devotion and secular song in medieval and renaissance music
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ISBN: 1283297043 9786613297044 019987557X Year: 2011 Publisher: New York City : Oxford University Press,

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There is a striking similarity between Marian devotional songs and secular love songs of the late Middle Ages and Renaissance. Two disparate genres-one sacred, the other secular; one Latin, the other vernacular-both praise an idealized, impossibly virtuous woman. Each does so through highly stylized derivations of traditional medieval song forms-Marian prayer derived from earlier Gregorian chant, and love songs and lyrics from medieval courtly song. Yet despite their obvious similarities, the two musical and poetic traditions have rarely been studied together. Author David J. Rothenberg takes


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De gemanipuleerde Maria : de Mariadogma's en wat eraan vooraf ging
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ISBN: 9789461531049 Year: 2012 Publisher: Soesterberg Aspekt


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The miracles of the Blessed Virgin Mary
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ISBN: 9781783270163 1783270160 Year: 2015 Publisher: Woodbridge The Boydell Press

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This is the first title in the new series Boydell Medieval Texts, which will provide scholarly editions of major works with facing translation. Written c. 1135 by the Benedictine monk, historian and scholar William of Malmesbury (d. 1143), The Miracles of the Blessed Virgin Mary is of interest on several counts. It belongs in the first wave of collected miracles of the Virgin, produced by English Benedictine monks in the 1120s and '30s. These collections were to be influential across Europe and through the rest of the medieval period. Only two copies of William's work survive in anything like its complete form, and only one of them represents the finished product. But many of the stories were also transmitted separately, in groups or individually; the systematic use of this evidence is a feature of this new text. The work is written in elegant Latin and embellished with William's customary erudition, including frequent quotations and echoes from (sometimes unusual) ancient authors. His instinct as a historian is to the fore, as he tries to establish historical context and credibility for his stories. Above all, the scope of the collection is surprisingly international, including stories drawn from all around the Mediterranean. This is an important document in the history of Marian devotion in medieval Europe. In his long Prologue (which enjoyed some independent circulation), William argues strongly for the Virgin's Immaculate Conception and bodily Assumption, doctrines still not generally accepted in western Europe at the time. With the appearance of this book all of William of Malmesbury's major works are available in modern editions and translations.

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