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WHAT DOES CONFRATERNITIES MEAN IN ENGLISH?
A confraternity is normally a Roman Catholic or Orthodox organization of lay people created for the purpose of promoting special works of Christian charity or piety, and approved by the Church hierarchy. An archconfraternity is a "franchise" of confraternities, able to establish different groups using the same names and rules, such as the Confraternities of the Cord, Confraternity of the Rosary and others. Many of these are very widely spread. Especially in the cities of the Middle Ages, confraternities could be important and wealthy institutions for the elite, as in the Scuole Grandi of Venice. The Purgatorial societies and orders of flagellants were other specialized medieval types. The medieval French term puy designated a confraternity dedicated to artistic performance in music, song and poetry; the German meistersingers were similar, though typically imitating trade guilds in form.
The translations of confraternities from English to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation; where the essential translation unit is the word «confraternities» in English.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «CONFRATERNITIES» OVER TIME
The graph expresses the annual evolution of the frequency of use of the word «confraternities» during the past 500 years. Its implementation is based on analysing how often the term «confraternities» appears in digitalised printed sources in English between the year 1500 and the present day.
Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about confraternities
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CONFRATERNITIES»
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Lay Confraternities and Civic Religion in Renaissance Bologna
An analysis of the social, political and religious role of confraternities in Renaissance Bologna, first published in 1995.
Nicholas Terpstra, 2002
Italian Confraternities in the Sixteenth Century
Other works have studied the local activities of specific confraternities, but this is the first to attempt a broad survey of such organisations across the breadth of early modern Italy.
Christopher F. Black, 2003
Confraternities and Catholic Reform in Italy, France, and Spain
Today the Knights of Columbus and the Saint Vincent De Paul Societies in thousands of American Catholic parishes continue the work of medieval confraternities in combining fellowship, piety, and charity.
John Patrick Donnelly, Michael W. Maher, 1999
Honoring God and the City : Music at the Venetian ...
This is the first detailed history of musical activities at Venetian lay confraternities.
Jonathan Glixon Teaches Musicology University of Kentucky, 2003
The Politics of Ritual Kinship: Confraternities and Social ...
In this 1999 collection, fifteen scholars examine the development of confraternities in Italy, where they emerged first and had the greatest impact.
Nicholas Terpstra, 2007
Sacred Charity: Confraternities and Social Welfare in Spain, ...
Sacred Charity reconstructs the lay religious culture of Spanish Catholics in the late medieval and early modern period.
Maureen Flynn, 1989
Working in the Vineyard of the Lord: Jesuit Confraternities ...
"Working in the Vineyard of the Lord" represents the first assessment of an entire confraternal network affiliated with a single religious order in the Early Modern period.
Lance Gabriel Lazar, 2005
Confraternities and the Visual Arts in Renaissance Italy: ...
This 2000 book was the first to consider the role of Italian confraternities in the patronage of art.
Barbara Wisch, Diane Cole Ahl, 2011
Voluntary brotherhood: confraternities of laymen in early ...
The author has not only deleted terminology Soviet censors imposed before the book could be published in Kyiv in 1966, but has also broadened the scope of his analysis by utilizing a comparative approach and taking into account the ...
I︠A︡roslav Dmytrovych Isai︠e︡vych, 2006
Black Blood Brothers: Confraternities And Social Mobility ...
Celebrating the African contribution to Mexican culture, this book shows how religious brotherhoods in New Spain both preserved a distinctive African identity and helped facilitate Afro-Mexican integration into colonial society.
Nicole Von Germeten, 2006
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «CONFRATERNITIES»
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Puncturing the Myth of Carpaccio's Waning Powers
... centuries, whose richly detailed canvases relating the lives of saints once adorned the city's “scuole,” or lay confraternities' meeting places. «New York Times, Jun 15»
Corpus Christi procession
The host was carried under an ornate canopy preceded by the members of lay confraternities and children wearing their First Holy Communion ... «Times of Malta, Jun 15»
Edo Police arraign 227 cultists
It will be recalled that on Tuesday, May 12, 2015 some notable persons in Edo State were arrested as leaders of cult confraternities in the state ... «Nigerian Observer, Jun 15»
IGP direct Edo state cult suspects to be arraigned in court
Having completed investigations on suspected cult confraternities leaders and members arrested on 12th May, 2015 at Edo State, the ... «Nigerian Observer, Jun 15»
What's the Magna Carta Got To Do With It?
Feudal society was a vast arrangement of mutual services and responsibilities, often blessed by confraternities and guilds. It was an effort to ... «Acton Institute, Jun 15»
Celebrating Corpus Christi feast, Pope Francis honors persecuted …
Thousands of Catholics -- members of confraternities, dozens of cardinals and bishops, plus hundreds of sisters and priests -- accompanied the ... «National Catholic Reporter, Jun 15»
The Importance of the Magna Carta, 800 Years On
Feudal society was a vast arrangement of mutual services and responsibilities, often blessed by confraternities and guilds. It was an effort to ... «Catholic World Report, Jun 15»
Breaching the secretive sects of Shin-Buddhism
Confraternities of covert Shin-Buddhists have been grouped into three categories by Chilson, which is a standard division: those found in the ... «The Japan Times, May 15»
Edo: Battling The Menace Of Cultism
... and successfully arrested leaders of cult confraternities for alleged complicity and murder of 10 Nigerians in the last one month in Edo State. «Leadership Newspapers, May 15»
Edo Cult Killings: 30 Auchi polytechnic students among 41 cultists …
“The suspects who are leaders of cult confraternities are also being interrogated for their conspitorial involvement in the murder of ten Nigerians ... «Pulse Nigeria, May 15»
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