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Uwe Brunn, Des contestataires aux « cathares ». Discours de réforme et propagande antihérétique dans les pays du Rhin et de la Meuse avant l’Inquisition, (Collection des Études Augustiniennes, Moyen Âge et Temps modernes) Paris, Institut d’Étu
Uwe Brunn, Des contestataires aux « cathares ». Discours de réforme et propagande antihérétique dans les pays du Rhin et de la Meuse avant l’Inquisition, (Collection des Études Augustiniennes, Moyen Âge et Temps modernes) Paris, Institut d’Études augustinienne, 2006 [compte-rendu]
dominican  heresy  13th_cent 
23 days ago by benjekman
La setta neocatecumenale: L'eresia si fece Kiko e venne ad abitare in mezzo a noi: Amazon.it: Ariel S. Levi di Gualdo: Libri
La setta neocatecumenale: L'eresia si fece Kiko e venne ad abitare in mezzo a noi (Italiano) Copertina flessibile – Stampa grande, 15 ago 2019
catholic  movements  books  heresy 
9 weeks ago by benjekman
Neocatechumenals Heading Into the Sunset, With a Push From the Pope - Settimo Cielo - Blog - L’Espresso
The book’s author is a priest and the operator of a blog that is highly attentive to doctrinal orthodoxy. And he identifies the two capital errors of the Way in a “heretical conception of the sacred Eucharistic minister” - with the Mass made to resemble “in part a Jewish passover and in part a Calvinist banquet” and in a “confusion over the different forms of priesthood,” that which is common to all the baptized and that which is proper to those who have received sacred orders, with the lay catechists, starting with Kiko, usurping the tasks of the priests and taking charge over everything.
catholic  heresy  movements 
9 weeks ago by benjekman
What You Can't Say
The Conformist Test

Let's start with a test: Do you have any opinions that you would be reluctant to express in front of a group of your peers?

I suspect the biggest source of moral taboos will turn out to be power struggles in which one side only barely has the upper hand. That's where you'll find a group powerful enough to enforce taboos, but weak enough to need them.
heresy  culture  morality  conformism  taboo 
10 weeks ago by pmigdal
Religious movements in the Middle Ages : the historical links between heresy, the Mendicant Orders, and the women's religious movement in the twelfth and thirteenth century, with the historical foundations of German mysticism in SearchWorks catalog
Medievalists, historians and women's studies specialists should welcome this translation of Herbert Grundmann's classic study of religious movements in the Middle Ages, which provides an historiography of medieval religious life - one that lies between the extremes of doctrinal classification and materialistic analysis - and because is represents a major effort to underline the importance of women in the development of the language and practice of religion in the Middle Ages. "Religious Movements in the Middle Ages" describes a lay religious movement of the 11th and 12th centuries that emphasised the centrality of lifestyle rather than doctrine. The religious groups that developed and solidified out of this movement were considered heterodox by some standards, orthodox by others. However, despite initial condemnation, these groups were eventually absorbed into the church and new groups, among them many women's groups, were given permissive rules to suit their peculiarities. Grundmann explicates the doctrines that lay behind these religious movements and captures the material contexts that fostered them. Most importantly he is able to recapture the dynamism of the groups themselves and to identify the historically contingent events that carried them along their various paths. Perhaps the greatest synthetic daring of Grundmann's study is his emphasis on the common point of departure shared by the religious groups that were ultimately to become located on either side of orthodoxy as defined by the Pope. Prior to Grundmann's study scholars had only discussed either high medieval heresy or new orders within the Church, but Grundmann discusses here the common inspiration that lay behind both.
catholic  13th_cent  heresy  dominican  franciscan  books  böckerattskaffa 
november 2018 by benjekman

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