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20. The Catholic Biblical Movement between Fear and Hope

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Author(s): Lamberigts, Mathijs
In: Volume 1 Dawn of Ecumenism | Part III. Beginnings: Movements Become a Movement previous chapter 1 Introduction The different movements that played an active role in the preparation of Vatican ii, that is, the biblical, patristic, liturgical, and ecumenical movements, probably cannot entirely be separated from each other. In fact, central players in one domain were often present in other domains, as was the case for Dom Bernard Botte, o.s.b., who became monk of Keizersberg1 (Leuven) because of the inspiring example of Dom Lambert Beauduin, promoter of the liturgical…

2. Before Ecumenism, at the Dawn of Modernity: Historical-Political Causes and Effects of the Revolutions of the 18th Century

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Author(s): Lamberigts, Mathijs
In: Volume 1 Dawn of Ecumenism | Part I. Preamble: Long Term Issues previous chapter 1 Introduction In his preface to Les défis de la modernité, which he edited for Jean-Marie Mayeur’s Histoire du Christianisme, the master of French religious historiography Bernard Plongeron asserted that no diachronic synthesis or reconstruction of the Christian experience can avoid dealing with certain “hot spots”1 in the history of the churches, even when it is not tempted to be an histoire événementielle and when it permits itself to go beyond the usual sphere of institutional histor…


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Author(s): Lamberigts, Mathijs
Pammachius was born around 340 CE and belonged to the important and rich Roman family of the Furii. He studied with the grammar teacher Donatus and received a solid rhetorical training. Around 370/372 CE, he was a schoolmate and youthful friend of Jerome (Jer. Ep. 48.1). At the time he met Jerome, he was already a Christian, familiar with Scripture and with Christian authors ( Ep. 48.3; 57.13). He married the Christian Paulina, the daughter of Toxotius and Paula, who, after the death of her husband, started to live a semi-monastic life. Paula was also, for ye…
Date: 2022-09-22

Fulgentius of Ruspe

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Author(s): Lamberigts, Mathijs
Fulgentius (467/468–533 CE) was born into a senatorial Carthaginian family. His grandfather, senator Gordianus, was sent into exile by Genseric when the latter took over power in Africa. Claudius, Gordianus’ son, returned to Africa and reacquired part of the family properties. Claudius settled in Thelepte where his son Fulgentius was born. His father died soon and Fulgentius was raised by his Christian mother Mariana, who gave her son a solid education, including the study of Greek, even though …
Date: 2022-09-22

Julian of Eclanum

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Author(s): Lamberigts, Mathijs
Julian of Aeclanum (Lamberigts, 2004–2010, 836–837) was born around 380 CE in Apulia, maybe in Aeclanum, probably the episcopal see of his father. Memorius was married to Juliana and the family had three children, Julian and two daughters. The young Julian received a solid education and was familiar with classical and Christian literature (Gennad. Vir. ill. 46). In the beginning of the 5th century CE, Julian married Ia or Titia, probably the daughter of the bishop of Benevent, Aemilius. On this occasion, Paulinus of Nola, friend of the family and of…
Date: 2022-09-22