The Miracles of St. John Capistran

By (author) Andric, Stanko

This study examines the life and death of the Franciscan preacher and reformer, St John of Capistran (1386-1456). Based on a reconstruction of the available sources, the author explores the collections of the miraculous deeds of St John Capistran which were recorded at his burial place in Ilok (a city located on the periphery of western Christianity in Croatia), and analyzes them from four points of view: a philological evaluation of the collections; a typology of the miracles he performed; an outlook of the so-called observant reform in the Franciscan order, and of Capistran's place within it; and the miracles as a phenomenon of religious experience.

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[目次]

  • Introduction
  • the road to Ilok
  • a portrait of the town
  • the death and the corpse
  • the beginnings of the canonization campaign, 1456-1463
  • the canonization campaign from the early 1460s to 1526
  • a morphology of Capistranean miracles
  • some historical aspects of the miracles post mortem
  • conclusion.

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書名 The Miracles of St. John Capistran
著作者等 Andric, Stanko
出版元 Central European University Press
刊行年月 1999.08.01
ページ数 476p
大きさ H229 x W155
ISBN 9789639116689
言語 英語
出版国 ハンガリー
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