Il tuo browser non supporta JavaScript!

«Opportebat eum descendere de monte contemplationis in civitatem actionis». Spiritualità, impegno diplomatico e pastorale in Ugo da Pisa

digital «Opportebat eum descendere
de monte contemplationis in civitatem actionis». Spiritualità, impegno
diplomatico e pastorale in Ugo da Pisa
Articolo
rivista RIVISTA DI STORIA DELLA CHIESA IN ITALIA
fascicolo RIVISTA DI STORIA DELLA CHIESA IN ITALIA - 2017 - 1
titolo «Opportebat eum descendere de monte contemplationis in civitatem actionis». Spiritualità, impegno diplomatico e pastorale in Ugo da Pisa
«OPPORTEBAT EUM DESCENDERE DE MONTE CONTEMPLATIONIS IN CIVITATEM ACTIONIS». SPIRITUALITY, DIPLOMATIC AND PASTORAL ACTIVITY IN HUGH FROM PISA
autori
editore Vita e Pensiero
formato Articolo | Pdf
online da 05-2018
doi 10.26350/001783_000018
issn 00356557 (stampa) | 1827790X (digitale)
Scarica

Ebook in formato Pdf leggibile su questi device:

The essay illustrates the figure of Hugh from Pisa, a personage of undeniable spiritual charisma – so much to be included among the Blesseds of the Pisan Church – who, like many other fellow-citizens, has an international dimension: after his studies in utroque iure in Bologna, he became Canon of the Cathedral of Pisa (1226-1237) and lawyer in the Roman Curia. He studied theology in Paris (1233-1237), was elected archdeacon of Rouen (1237) and later participated in the crusade of St. Louis IX. In Cyprus he entered the Premonstratensian Order in the convent of Episcopia and shortly thereafter became Archbishop of Nicosia (1251). Returning to Italy in 1263, first in Rome and then in Pisa, in the same year he founded and endowed the regular Canons’ convent of Sant’Agostino of Calci, who from his episcopal seat assumed the name of Nicosia, still used today.

keywords

Hugh da Fagiano - Thirteenth century – Church of Pisa - Archbishop of Nicosia - Cyprus