Joan Valero

Medieval Franciscan Approaches to the Virgin Mary: Mater Misericordiae Sanctissima et Dolorosa

Este volumen ofrece una muestra de las muchas formas en que los franciscanos medievales escribieron, representaron en el arte y predicaron sobre la Virgen María

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STEVEN MCMICHAEL, KATHERINE WRISLEY SHELBY (ed.). Medieval Franciscan Approaches to the Virgin Mary: Mater Misericordiae Sanctissima et Dolorosa, Brill, 2019, 468 p.
ISBN: 978-9004408494

Este volumen ofrece una muestra de las muchas formas en que los franciscanos medievales escribieron, representaron en el arte y predicaron sobre el “modelo de modelos” de la experiencia religiosa medieval, la Virgen María.

Se trata de una colección extremadamente valiosa de estudios que destacan el importante papel que jugaron los franciscanos en el desarrollo de la mariología en la Edad Media. Comenzando con Francisco, Clara y Antonio, se presentan varios teólogos, escritores espirituales, predicadores y artistas importantes en su intento de capturar el sentido y el significado de la Virgen María en el contexto de la Edad Media tardía dentro del movimiento franciscano.

Steven J. McMichael: Introduction

The Foundations of Franciscan Marian Reflection: Francis, Clare, and Anthony

Michael W. Blastic: The Virgin Mary in the Writings of Francis and Clare of Assisi
Luciano Bertazzo: Maria Oliva Benedicta: A Reflection on the Mariology of Anthony of Padua/Lisbon
The Virgin Mary in Medieval Franciscan Theology
J. Isaac Goff: Mulier Amicta Sole: Bonaventure’s Preaching on the Marian Mode of the Incarnation and Marian Mediation in His Sermons on the Annunciation
Christopher Shorrock: The Mariology of Conrad of Saxony (d. 1279) as Presented in His Speculum Beatae Maria Virginis
Rachel Fulton Brown: Mary and the Body of God: Servasanctus of Faenza and the Psalter of Creation
Marzia Ceschia: Marian Devotion in Saint Angela of Foligno (1248–1309), Tertiary and Franciscan Mystic
Mary Beth Ingham: ‘Fired France for Mary without Spot’: John Duns Scotus and the Immaculate Conception
Christiaan Kappes: Francis of Meyronnes and the Immaculate Conception

The Virgin Mary in Medieval Vita Christi Tradition

Leah Marie Buturain: ‘Beholding’ the Virgin Mary in Imitatio Mariae: Meditationes Vitae Christi’s Spiritual Exercises for Sacramental Seeing of the Annunciation
Pacelli Millane: A Medieval Franciscan Meditation on the Mother of Jesus

The Virgin Mary in Medieval Art
Holly Flora: Cimabue’s Santa Maria degli Angeli at Assisi
Darrelyn Gunzburg: Reflecting on Mary: The Splendor of the Madonna in the Lower Church of Assisi
The Virgin Mary in Medieval Franciscan Preaching

Alessia Francone: The Virgin Mary in Latin and German Sermons of Berthold of Regensburg
Steven J. McMichael: The Virgin Mary Is Taken to the Throne of God: The Assumption of Mary in the Sermons of Bernardino da Siena
Kimberly Rivers: The Book, the Song, and the Letter: Preaching Mary in Two Sermons by the Franciscan Johannes Sintram (d. 1450)
Filippo Sedda: John of Capistrano and the Virgin Mary: Preliminary Research on the Marian Sermons