The missionary strategies of the Jesuits in Ethiopia (1555-1632)

  • 230 Pages
  • 0.26 MB
  • English
Harrassowitz , Wiesbaden
Missions, Proselytizing, Jesuits, YaʼItyop̣yā ʼortodoks tawāḥedo béta kerestiyān, Catholic Church, Hi
StatementLeonardo Cohen
SeriesAethiopistische Forschungen -- Bd. 70, Äthiopistische Forschungen -- Bd. 70.
LC ClassificationsBX3747.E8 C64 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationxviii, 230 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25344689M
ISBN 103447058927
ISBN 139783447058926
LC Control Number2011430384

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The Missionary Strategies of the Jesuits in Ethiopia () Volume 70 of Äthiopistische Forschungen: Author: Leonardo Cohen: Publisher: Otto Harrassowitz Verlag. Leonardo Cohen. The Missionary Strategies of the Jesuits in Ethiopia (–).

Aethiopistische Forschungen Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, xviii + pp. index. bibl. € ISBN: –3–––6. In recent research on early modern Catholicism, growing attention has been paid towardunderstandingmissions on aglobalscale. The Missionary Strategies of the Jesuits in Ethiopia (–) ISSN ISBN Download Citation | The Missionary Strategies of the Jesuits in Ethiopia (–) (review) | Leonardo Cohen’s erudite study of an ostensibly failed Western missionary effort argues that Author: Andrew Casad.

The Jesuits believed that gaining control over positions of power and key positions was the right formula for success, and therefore, the missionaries tried to overtake the Ethiopian ecclesiastical hierarchy, sever the traditional connection with the Alexandrian Coptic Church and replace it with a connection with the Roman Catholic : Pasta dura.

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Series: Jesuit Studies, Volume: Authors: Victor M. Fernández, Jorge De Torres, Andreu Martínez d'Alòs-Moner, and Carlos Cañete. One of the earliest and most ambitious projects carried out by the Society of Jesus was the mission to the Christian kingdom of Ethiopia, which ran from to In aboutcrucial figures in the Ethiopian Solomonid monarchy, including King Susenyos, were.

The mission to Ethiopia was one of the most challenging undertakings carried out by the Catholic Church in early modern times. The book examines the period of early Portuguese contacts with the Ethiopian monarchy, the mission’s main developments and its aftermath, with the expulsion of the Jesuit missionaries.

This study focuses on the Jesuit mission in Ethiopia (). It presents a comprehensive history of the mission, from its inception during the reign of the Portuguese King Dom Manuel I, through its phase of expansion up to the expulsion of the Jesuit missionaries.

On the Jesuit Mission in Ethiopia, 16thth Centuries ALMEIDA, MANUEL, Some Records of Ethiopiabeing Extracts from The History of high Ethiopia or Abassia by Manoel de Almeida, together with Bahrey's History of the The missionary strategies of the Jesuits in Ethiopia book, Beckingham, C.

(trad.), Londres, Hakluyt Society, The Harrassowitz Verlag publishes scholarly books and periodicals on Oriental, Slavic and Book and Library Studies.

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missions in ethiopia jesuit studies books pdf file the jesuit mission in ethiopia which extended from to produced important architectonic constructions most of these teaching tool in the jesuit ethiopian mission where the targets of conversion had been. The Jesuit mission in Ethiopia was an episode of great importance in the history of Ethiopia and the Portuguese expansion.

However, despite the number of studies dedicated to it a bibliography was. In: Church History and Religious Culture, Vol. 95, No. 4 (), pp. "Andreu Martínez d'Alòs-Moner has written a superb and comprehensive study of the origin, rise and fall of the Jesuit mission in Ethiopia. This great achievement will be the standard work on this venture for many years to come.

The Jesuits and Ethiopian Art. In his Spiritual Exercises, Ignatius of Loyola set the basis for the Jesuits’ use of imagery in their global missionary enterprise, recommending an active “application of the senses” at the end of each day in order to visualize the their drive to uphold Counter-Reformation policy, spread Catholic values and assert the authority of Rome, the.

In the early period, the Jesuits lasted in this fabled land of Prester John from toholding on to a mission that stood precariously against opposition from the Ethiopian Orthodox Church.

The Spanish Jesuit Pedro Páez () stands out as the main protagonist of this mission and is recognized as the first European to see and. 2 days ago  The chapters in the Oxford Handbook of the Jesuits deal with close to five hundred years of history of the Society of Jesus, a transnational, polyglot Catholic religious order of men, which rose vertiginously to prominence from the mid-sixteenth century until its suppression in Following this unprecedented event in Church history was its equally unprecedented Restoration in The Jesuit Mission to Ethiopia () and the Death of Prester John.

It is a digest of the accounts of all the Jesuit travellers to Ethiopia and Arabia, including Paez, De Montserrat, Almeida, Lobo and Mendes.

It includes an account of the travels of the Jesuit missionaries Pédro Paez and Antonio de Montserrate, who were captured off the Kuria Muria islands on a mission from Goa to Ethiopia in and subsequently taken to Yemen, where they were held captive until.

Since the sixteenth century, Ethiopian Orthodox Chris-tianity and the indigenous religions of Ethiopia have been confronted with, and influenced by, numerous Catholic and Protestant missions.

This book offers historical, anthropological and personal analyses of these encounters. The discussion ranges from the Jesuit debate on circumcision to Oromo Bible translation, from Pentecostalism in.

The Archaeology Of The Jesuit Missions In Ethiopia (Jesuit Studies) Books Pdf File. Get this from a library. The archaeology of the Jesuit missions in Ethiopia (). [Víctor M Fernández;] -- One of the earliest and most ambitious projects carried out by the Society of Jesus was the mission to the Christian Kingdom of Ethiopia, which ran from to.

A HIStoRy oF tHe JeSUItS’ MISSIon to etHIoPIA Elias Kiptoo Ngetich Moi University, Kenya [email protected] ABStRACt The Jesuits or 'The Society of Jesus' holds a significant place in the wide area of church history. In histories of europe to the reformation of the sixteenth century, the Jesuits appear with notable frequency.

For the use of music and other art forms in Ethiopia, see Cohen, The Missionary Strategies of the Jesuits in Ethiopia (–), – 43 Alden, The Making of an Enterprise: The Society of Jesus in Portugal, Its Empire, and Beyond, –, 44 Quoted in ibid., 45 Ibid.,   A sked how she came to translate the life story of Walatta Petros, a 17th-century Ethiopian woman saint, Wendy Belcher jokes that the story takes a while to tell.

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Just published by Princeton University Press,The Life and Struggles of Our Mother Walatta Petros, written by a monk inwhich Belcher co-translated with Michael Kleiner, is the oldest known book-length. Father Afonso Mendes (18 June – 21 June ), was a Portuguese Jesuit theologian, and Patriarch of Ethiopia from to While E.A.

Wallis Budge has expressed the commonly accepted opinion of this man, as being "rigid, uncompromising, narrow-minded, and intolerant", there are some who disagree with it. The writings of Mendes include Expeditionis Aethiopicae, which describes the. Print book: FrenchView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.

Subjects: Jesuits -- Ethiopia -- History. Catholic Church. Jesuits. View all. Brockey draws attention to the diplomatic aspect of enterprises like the Jesuit mission at the Moghul court, where the Society acted as a crucial line of communication between the Moghul Empire and Goa, or the Jesuits’ presence in Ethiopia in the first third of the seventeenth century.

Landmarking: City, Church and Jesuit Urban Strategy. (Loyola University Press, ) O’Malley, John W. The First Jesuits. (Harvard University Press, ) O’Malley, John W. The Jesuits: A History from Ignatius to the Present. (Rowman & Littlefield, ) Silf, Margaret. Inner Compass: An Invitation to Ignatian Spirituality.

(Jesuit Way, ). Jesuits have commanded scholarly attention in recent years, with Jesuit studies almost becoming an independent academic discipline. However, their involvement in Africa remains largely unstudied, even though they were in parts of the continent for close to two centuries.

Moreover, after their restoration inthe Jesuits played a significant role in the evangelization of Africa.The history of the missions of the Jesuits in China is part of the history of relations between China and the Western missionary efforts and other work of the Society of Jesus, or Jesuits, between the 16th and 17th century played a significant role in continuing the transmission of knowledge, science, and culture between China and the West, and influenced Christian culture in Chinese.Author: William J.

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