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Author Caridi, Cathy, author.

Title Making martyrs East & West : canonization in the Catholic and Russian Orthodox churches / Cathy Caridi.

Published DeKalb, IL : NIU Press, [2016]


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Physical description vii, 200 pages ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 189-196) and index.
Contents Chapter 1 Christianity's Unified First Millennium (until ca. 1054) 10 -- Introduction: Preliminary Remarks 10 -- A Development of a Theological Concept of Martyrdom 12 -- B Development of a Process by Which a Martyr Was Officially Recognized 17 -- C Local Bishops, Civil Officials, and the Need for Authority 36 -- Preliminary Conclusions 43 -- Chapter 2 Russian Orthodoxy from the Conversion of Rus (ca. 988) to Today 46 -- Introduction: Lacunae in Russian Historiography and Some Consequent Methodological Issues 46 -- Part 1 From the Conversion of Rus' (ca. 988) until the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution 49 -- A Theological Concept of Martyrdom 49 -- B Process by Which a Martyr Is Recognized as a Saint 53 -- C Authority: Who Makes the Decision to Canonize a Saint? 71 -- Part 2 From the Bolshevik Revolution in 1917 to Today 79 -- A Restoration of the Patriarchate and the Beginnings of a Procedural Shift 79 -- B From the Collapse of the Soviet Union (1990) until Today 83 -- Preliminary Conclusions 93 -- Chapter 3 Catholic Church from the Great Schism (ca. 1054) to Today 100 -- Introduction 100 -- A Theological Concepts of Sainthood/Martyrdom: Refining the Definitions 102 -- B Elements of the Process by Which a Martyr Is Recognized 106 -- C Authority: Who Makes the Decision to Canonize a Saint? 128 -- Preliminary Conclusions 141 -- Chapter 4 Comparisons and Conclusions 145 -- A Can Saints Canonized in the Russian Orthodox Church Be Accepted as Saints by the Catholic Church? 145 -- B Can Saints Canonized in the Catholic Church Be Accepted as Saints by the Russian Orthodox Church? 154 -- C Theological Differences or Cultural/Political Ones? 157.
Subject Russkai͡a pravoslavnai͡a t͡serkovʹ.
Catholic Church.
Christian saints.
Rites and ceremonies.
Variant Title Making martyrs East and West.
ISBN 9780875804958