By Fabrizio De Donno, S. Gilson
The essays inside of past Catholicism hint the interconnections of trust, heresy, and mysticism in Italian tradition from the center a long time to this present day. particularly, they discover how non secular discourse has spread out inside of Italian tradition within the context of transferring paradigms of rationality, authority, time, strong and evil, and human collectivities.
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It is wondrous, he states, that after coming to know God, Umiliana did not utter a word from her mouth except in great humility. ”7 Even her prophetic utterances are limited. She foretells three deaths, her father’s illness, and two conversions of heart, but the audience for these prophesies is quite limited: Umiliana either keeps silent about her foretellings or reveals them to one sister or to Friar Michele (Vita 38–40, cols. 395–396). Umiliana’s piety, from her silence to her devotion to the church and to the sacraments, makes her a model lay woman like Marie d’Oignies, whose example opposes heretical beliefs and practices.
27, pp. 34–5). Sometime later, she was interrogated by a panel of theologians, possibly inquisitors, who determined that the Holy Spirit spoke through her (Dalarun 2008, p. 316; 1994, ch. 54, pp. 47–8). Clare’s inspiration to preach was grounded in her visions and her inner experience of the Passion as well as her performance of it. On Good Friday, Clare was so intensely moved by the reading of Christ’s Passion that she hired two young men to assist her in staging a personal passion drama in which she herself took the role of Christ.
Beyond Catholicism: Heresy, Mysticism, and Apocalypse in Italian Culture by Fabrizio De Donno, S. Gilson