A Catholic's Guide to Rome: Discovering the Soul of the Eternal City
Paulist Press, 2000 - 195
Jubilee-Year guide reveals public and private Rome Internationally recognized expert and veteran of fifty trips to Rome, Frank Korn presents an insider's guide to the city. He describes not only the familiar churches, basilicas, and historic places, but also takes travelers on fascinating detours down back alleys to little-known, though very important sites. For both the public and the private Rome, he reveals the legends and traditions associated with each. There's no better time than now to visit Rome. With a warm and engaging style, the author explains Jubilee Year background and ceremonies and offers Jubilee travelers meaningful alternatives to the typical sites with their expected three-times-heavier crowds. He also lists which church offers Mass in which language. This guide is not only for Catholics but also helps travelers of other faiths appreciate a culture not their own. The author's storytelling style and invaluable facts, and the book's photos, maps, and index, make this a perfect choice for tourists and pilgrims, armchair travelers, priests and religious. It also offers insider's info that every travel agent and travel store will want to pass on to their customers. +
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The year 2000 promises to be particularly significant in the city of Rome. Following a tradition begun by Boniface VIII in 1300, John Paul II has declared 2000 a year of Christian jubilee, during ... Przeczytaj pełną recenzję
Old St Peters
The New St Peters Basilica
The Churches of the Aventine
From Mausoleum to Church
San Stefano Rotondo
The Church of Quo Vadis
Saint John Before the Latin Gate
Santa Maria degli Angeli
A Profusion of Churches
The Grottoes Beneath St Peters
The Unknown Vatican
The Vatican Gardens
St John LateranCathedral of the Diocese of Rome
The Church of the Snows
St Pauls Outside the Walls
The Double Church
Saint Helena and the Church of Santa Croce
The Basilica of Saint Sebastian Soldier and Martyr
The Churches of the Forum
The Marian Churches of Rome
The Roman Catacombs
The Bishop of Rome
The Madonna Shrines
In the Footsteps of the Saints
Appendix IILatin for Pilgrims
Mass Schedule at Santa Susanna
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Ages altar ancient apostles apse architectural Basilica beautiful became bishop Blessed body brought building built called Cardinal catacombs century chapel Christ Christian church Clement columns Constantine Cross death dome door early edifice Emperor entrance erected Eternal City faith Father feet fountains four frescoes front gardens Giovanni graceful Gregory ground Hill Holy honor hundred imperial interior Italy John known late later Lateran Latin leading legend light lived marble martyrs Mary mosaics Mother official once opened original pagan paintings palace papal passed Paul Paul's Peter Piazza pilgrims Pius pontiff Pope priest relics remains residence restored rises Roman Rome Rome's Saint Santa Maria served shrine side stands statue steps street structure temple Tiber Titulus tomb tradition Vatican Virgin visitor walk walls worship
Strona 180 - Ave, Maria, gratia plena; Dominus tecum: benedicta tu in mulieribus, et benedictus fructus ventris tui Jesus. Sancta Maria, Mater Dei, ora pro nobis peccatoribus, nunc et in hora mortis nostrae. Amen.
Strona 68 - For at St. Paul's he had lived as a quiet monk, engaged in study and in teaching, and he loved the place with the force of an early attachment. It would have added a mental pang to his bodily sufferings to learn the total destruction of that venerable sanctuary, in which he had drawn down by prayer the blessings of heaven on his youthful labour."—Wiseman, Life of Pius VII.
Strona 94 - Paul left Athens and went to Corinth. There he found a Jew named Aquila, a native of Pontus, who had recently come from Italy with his wife Priscilla, because Claudius had ordered all Jews to leave Rome.
Strona 180 - Amen. Gloria patri et filio et spiritui sancto. Sicut erat in principio et nunc et semper, et in sécula seculorum.
Strona 150 - Bishop of Rome, Archbishop and Metropolitan of the Roman Province, Primate of Italy, Patriarch of the West, Supreme Pontiff of the Universal Church, Sovereign of the State of Vatican City.
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