Le pontificat romain dans l’époque contemporaine | The Papacy in the Contemporary Age

Le pontificat romain dans l’époque contemporaine | The Papacy in the Contemporary Age

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978-88-6969-239-0

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06 Jun 2018

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« Perfidie judaïque » : un débat sur l’accueil de la modernité dans l’église

Daniele Menozzi
Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italia
d.menozzi@sns.it

DOI 10.30687/978-88-6969-239-0/006

Abstract

The Essay focuses on the Debate about the Good Friday Prayer for the Jews from the pontificate of Pius XI to the Pontificate of John XXIII. The Question arises from the modern historical and philological research about the Roman Liturgy. It was discovered that the Word ‘perfidious’ – attributed to the Jewish People – had in the language of the first Christian Centuries a doctrinal and theological meaning, not a moral one. The subsequent demand of a reform in that liturgical Prayer had a dual objective: to adequate the Church to the modern culture and to avoid a catholicsupport to the growing Antisemitism. The formal request made by the Society Amici Israel to the Holy See was refused in 1929, but the discussion on the subject went on for decades until the decision of Pope John XXIII to delete that word in 1959.

Keywords
Catholic antisemitism. Good Friday Prayer. Jewish perfidy. Liturgical reform. Modern culture and catholic Church.


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Menozzi Daniele

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« Perfidie judaïque » : un débat sur l’accueil de la modernité dans l’église

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Book Chapter

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fr

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The Essay focuses on the Debate about the Good Friday Prayer for the Jews from the pontificate of Pius XI to the Pontificate of John XXIII. The Question arises from the modern historical and philological research about the Roman Liturgy. It was discovered that the Word ‘perfidious’ – attributed to the Jewish People – had in the language of the first Christian Centuries a doctrinal and theological meaning, not a moral one. The subsequent demand of a reform in that liturgical Prayer had a dual objective: to adequate the Church to the modern culture and to avoid a catholicsupport to the growing Antisemitism. The formal request made by the Society Amici Israel to the Holy See was refused in 1929, but the discussion on the subject went on for decades until the decision of Pope John XXIII to delete that word in 1959.

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Studi di storia

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Edizioni Ca’ Foscari - Digital Publishing

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2018-06-06

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2018-04-11

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http://doi.org/10.14277/6969-239-0/SDS-5-5

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2610-9883

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2610-9107

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978-88-6969-256-7

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978-88-6969-239-0

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Creative Commons 4.0 Attribution alone

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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

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Catholic antisemitism

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Good Friday Prayer

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Jewish perfidy

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Liturgical reform

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Modern culture and catholic Church

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