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Saints and sanctity /

Corporate Authors: Ecclesiastical History Society. Summer Meeting, Ecclesiastical History Society. Winter Meeting
Other Authors: Clarke, Peter D., Claydon, Tony.
Format: Book
Published: Woodbridge, Suffolk ; Rochester, NY : Published for the Ecclesiastical History Society by the Boydell Press, 2011.
Series:Studies in church history ; 47.
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Table of Contents:
  • Holiness and sanctity in the early church : presidential address /
  • Andrew Louth
  • The monk as Christian saint and exemplar in St John Chrysostom's writings /
  • Pak-Wah Lai
  • Commemoration, representation, and interpretation : Augustine of Hippo's depictions of the martyrs /
  • Elena Martin
  • Hagiography and autobiography in the late antique West /
  • Peter Turner
  • Popes, patriarchs and archbishops and the origins of the cult of the martyrs in northern Italy /
  • Alan Thacker
  • Repentance as the context of sainthood in the ascetical theology of Mark the Monk /
  • Alexis Torrance
  • The significance of St Cuthbert's vestments /
  • Maureen C. Miller
  • Why did the Crusader states produce so few saints? /
  • Bernard Hamilton
  • Sanctity as a form of capital /
  • Katharine Sykes
  • Saint and monster, saint as monster : exemplary encounters with the other /
  • Samantha Riches
  • Penance, mercy and saintly authority in the miracles of St Thomas Becket /
  • Gesine Oppitz-Trotman
  • Seeing the light? : blindness and sanctity in later medieval England /
  • Joy Hawkins
  • The vision of St Fursa in thirteenth-century didactic literature /
  • Chris Wilson
  • Erat Abigail mulier prudentissima : Gilbert of Tournai and attitudes to female sanctity in the thirteenth century /
  • Christine Walsh
  • Liturgical changes to the cult of saints under Henry VIII /
  • Aude de Mézerac-Zanetti
  • "I, too, am a Christian" : early martyrs and their lives in the late medieval and early modern Irish manuscript tradition /
  • Salvador Ryan
  • St Pius V (1504-72) and Sta Caterina de' Ricci (1523-90) : two ways of being a saint in Counter-Reformation Italy /
  • Patrick Preston
  • Visualizing stigmata : stigmatic saints and crises of representation in late medieval and early modern Italy /
  • Cordelia Warr
  • San Luigi Gonzaga : princeling-Jesuit and model for Catholic youth /
  • Oliver Logan
  • The northern saints after the Reformation in the writings of Christopher Watson (d. 1580) /
  • Margaret Harvey
  • "Truth never needed the protection of forgery" : sainthood and miracles in Robert Hegge's "History of St. Cuthbert's churches at Lindisfarne, Cuncacestre, and Dunholme" (1625) /
  • Sarah Scutts
  • Simulated sanctity in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Malta /
  • Frans Ciappara
  • St Winifred, Bishop Fleetwood and Jacobitism /
  • Colin Haydon
  • "Master in the art of holy living" : the sanctity of William Stevens /
  • Robert Andrews
  • "A saint if ever there was one" : Henry Robert Reynolds (1825-96) /
  • Clyde Binfield
  • Commerce and culture : Benjamin Gregory's sidelights on Wesleyan sanctity in the later nineteenth century /
  • Martin Wellings
  • The canonization of Serafim of Sarov : piety, prophecy and politics in late imperial Russia /
  • Richard Price
  • Sanctity and mission in the life of Charles de Foucauld /
  • Ariana Patey
  • Céline Martin's images of Thérèse of Lisieux and the creation of a modern saint /
  • Sophia L. Deboick
  • Anglicanism and sanctity : the diocese of Perth and the making of a "local saint" in 1984 /
  • Rowan Strong
  • "A saint for all Australians"? /
  • Josephine Laffin
  • Pope John Paul II and his canonizations /
  • Michael J. Walsh.