Pietas Austriaca Austrian Religious Practices in the Baroque Era (Central European Studies) by Anna Coreth

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Subjects:

  • European history: c 1500 to c 1750,
  • European history: c 1750 to c 1900,
  • European history: from c 1900 -,
  • Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic Church,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • Church history,
  • Catholic Church,
  • Reference,
  • Political Science,
  • Religion - Catholicism,
  • Austria,
  • Spain,
  • Ethnic Studies - General,
  • Christianity - History - Catholic,
  • Western Europe - General,
  • Religion / Church History,
  • Religion - Classic Works,
  • Public Policy - Cultural Policy,
  • Church and state,
  • Habsburg, House of,
  • History

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The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages117
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Open LibraryOL8600599M
ISBN 101557531595
ISBN 109781557531599

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Pietas Austriaca is a path-breaking study of the relationship between religious beliefs and practices and Habsburg political culture from the end of the medieval period to the early twentieth century. In this seminal work, Anna Coreth examines the ways that Catholic beliefs in the power of the Eucharist, the cross, the Virgin Mary, and saints.

Yet from the introduction of her book, Coreth made clear that the whole system of the Pietas Austriaca rested on the sovereign's virtues. These virtues were inherited from ancestors, especially from Rudolph I (), as Coreth noted. “The Pietas Austriaca, i.e., Austrian piety—referring here to Austria as Casa d’Austria, i.e., the House of Austria, and not as a geopolitical entity—was propagated in the Baroque era as the most fundamental virtue of the Habsburg the Reformation, the Habsburg dynasty remained uncompromisingly true to the Roman Catholic Church.

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This paper aims to outline the specific Habsburg character of Austrian Catholicism through a study of Pietas Austriaca, the supposed Habsburg tradition of Catholic piety, and its role in the First and Second Austrian Republics.

It analyzes the narrative of Austrian history presented by the Heldendenkmal, or Heroes’ Monument, which was erected in Vienna in Author: Dieter A. Binder. Beginning with the Congress of Vienna in and extending to the elections in November ofthis history of modern Austria has been written for the general reader and the student wishing an overview of the country's recent history.

The first part of the book, covering the years from toincludes a discussion of the events in Habsburg history that have a particular significance. Kaiserjubilaum Und Kreuzesfrommigkeit: Habsburgische 'pietas Austriaca' in Den Glasfenstern Der Pfarrkirche Zum Heiligen Laurentius in Wien-Breitensee (German Edition) [Malfer, Stefan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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Several of these cases were known in Moravia where von Schertz published his book, as well as in neighbouring areas. Only two decades later, a similar case was investigated by Austrian officials.

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“Pietas Austriaca. Barocke Frömmigkeit in Österreich.” Alte und moderne Kunst. Österreichische Zeitschrift für Kunst, Kunsthandwerk und Wohnkultur5 (). ———. “Pietas Austriaca.

Wesen und Entwicklung habsburgischer Frömmigkeit in der Barockzeit.” Mitteilungen des Österreichischen Staatsarchivs 7 (Vienna). Coudenhove, Gerolf. My second book-length project was a translation, introduction, and critical edition of Pietas Austriaca, an important text on religion and politics in the Habsburg monarchy.

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Citation Information. Kaiserjubiläum und Kreuzesfrömmigkeit. Habsburgische "Pietas Austriaca" in den Glasfenstern der Pfarrkirche zum heiligen Laurentius in Wien-Breitensee. Pietas Austriaca is a path-breaking study of the relationship between religious beliefs and practices and Habsburg political culture from the end of the medieval period to the early twentieth century.

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This motet, which is included in the anthology, strikes at the nerve of that preoccupation with pain and ecstasy which so tellingly characterizes the mystical extreme of Pietas Austriaca.

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Margarita’s Vida codified, in both content and material production, her status as an exemplar of the Pietas Austriaca, the fervent Catholicism central to the Habsburg’s self-definition.

View Information. Kay Wells’s first book. Pietas Austriaca: Religious Culture and Politics in the Habsburg Empire,” as part of a panel that evaluated Coreth’s work fifty years after its original publication. Bill worked several years ago with Anna Maria Leitgeb on a critical translation of Coreth’s Pietas Austriaca.

During the academic year, Bill made two. On pietas austriaca, see especially Coreth, Anna, Pietas Austriaca. Österreichische Frömmigkeit im Baroque, 2nd ed. (Munich, ) ; see also the foreword, preface, introduction, and a more updated bibliography on the theme in the English translation, Pietas Austriaca (West Lafayette, IN, ); Ducreux, Marie-Elizabeth, “ Emperors.

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