She then turns her attention to the Stations of the Cross, connecting theologically the Virgin Birth to Mary's presence at the Crucifixion of Christ, interpreting this to mean that Christians should be there and present for others in ...
Author: Terry Rey
Publisher: NYU Press
Beginning in the late 1970s and early 1980s, significant numbers of Haitian immigrants began to arrive and settle in Miami. Overcoming some of the most foreboding obstacles ever to face immigrants in America, they have diversified socioeconomically. Together, they have made South Florida home to the largest population of native-born Haitians and diasporic Haitians outside of the Caribbean and one of the most significant Caribbean immigrant communities in the world. Religion has played a central role in making all of this happen. Crossing the Water and Keeping the Faith is a historical and ethnographic study of Haitian religion in immigrant communities, based on fieldwork in both Miami and Haiti, as well as extensive archival research. Where many studies of Haitian religion limit themselves to one faith, Rey and Stepick explore Catholicism, Protestantism, and Vodou in conversation with one another, suggesting that despite the differences between these practices, the three faiths ultimately create a sense of unity, fulfillment, and self-worth in Haitian communities. This meticulously researched and vibrantly written book contributes to the growing body of literature on religion among new immigrants. Terry Rey is Associate Professor of Religion at Temple University. He is the coeditor (with Alex Stepick and Sarah Mahler) of Churches and Charity in the Immigrant City: Religion, Immigration, and Civic Engagement in Miami. Alex Stepick is Professor of Sociology at Portland State University and Professor of Global and Sociocultural Studies at Florida International University. He is coauthor (with Alejandro Portes) of City on the Edge: The Transformation of Miami. In the North American Religions series
Again, at the mouth of the Virgin, the river may be approached, but not again until the crossing is reached below the foot of the Grand Cañon. This point can be approached from Saint George by following down the Grand wash.
From there , he crossed the upper Virgin River before they abandoned the plan Mojave Desert to the Mojave River then followed it to and returned to Taos ( New Mexico ) via northern Cajon Pass ; he arrived at San Gabriel Mission in ...
Again , at the mouth of the Vir . gin , the river may be approached , but not again until the crossing is reached below the foot of ... The Colorado must be crossed either at the mouth of the Virgin or at the mouth of the Grand wash .
LEVEL DIVERGENCES , SEISMIC ACTIVITY , AND RESERVOIR LOADING 769 MAPA MORMON NESA SELECTED LEVEL LINES VIRGIN MOUNTAINS ANO PERTINENT ... Noteworthy are the positive areas at the Gregg Basin crossing and at the Virgin Bay crossing .
The attempt is to be made by Richard Branson, of Virgin, and Per Linstrand, a designer with the British balloon manufacturer Thunder and Colt, last year Branson broke the record for a marine crossing of the ocean in Virgin Atlantic ...
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The road crosses Virgin River by a ford 2 miles east of St. Thomas , beyond which an ascent of 1,300 feet in 16 miles ... a point about 2 miles from Grand Wash , which is crossed at either the Willow Spring or the Pakoon Well crossing .
Author: United States. Army. Corps of EngineersPublish On: 1869
The Colorado must be crossed either at the mouth of the Virgin or at Hardyville . From the Indians and all other sources it would seem that the passage is not dificult , after having crossed the Colorado at the mouth of the Virgin ...
This crossing can be hazardous during heavy spring runoff . From there the trail continues to it's junction with the Slide and Virgin Creek Trails . The Pacific Crest Trail stays high on ridges and offers excellent views .
... Venus , scape , Moonlight , Vanderneer — 240 , Crossing the Coronation of the Virgin , with Angels and Saints- Cupid , Folly , and Time , an Allegory , A. Bronzinó Ford , Berghem — 241 , The Village Beadle , Wilkie 570 , The Trinity ...
... Dead Game and Dog , Weeninx -- 239 , Land- School of Giotto – 569 to 578 by Andrea Orcagna , Portrait of a Lady , A. Bronzinon651 , Venus , scape , Moonlight , Vanderneer --- 240 , Crossing the Coronation of the Virgin , with Angels ...
... Vanderneer ~ -240 , Crossing the Coronation of the Virgin , with Angels and Saints- Cupid , Folly , and Time , an Allegory , A. Bronzinó Ford , Berghem - 241 , The Village Beadle , Wilkie 570 , The Trinity_571 , Angels adoring — 572 ...
Author: M. Bianet CastellanosPublish On: 2012-10-04
Like the protagonist Guadalupe, she too is devoted to the Virgin of Guadalupe and prays for her protection every night, ... Crossing the Border with the Virgin To cope with their displacement and understand their new roles in promoting ...
Author: M. Bianet Castellanos
Publisher: University of Arizona Press
Category: Political Science
Comparative Indigeneities of the Américas highlights intersecting themes such as indigenismo, mestizaje, migration, displacement, autonomy, sovereignty, borders, spirituality, and healing that have historically shaped the experiences of Native peoples across the Américas. In doing so, it promotes a broader understanding of the relationships between Native communities in the United States and Canada and those in Latin America and the Caribbean and invites a hemispheric understanding of the relationships between Native and mestiza/o peoples.
St. John and the Virgin are standing at the foot of the cross , and Mary Magdalen is reclining towards it , a large upright plate , from Vandyck ; and it is , in my opinion , one of the most beautiful prints engraved by Bollwert .
312 Christ and the Samaritan woman 15th century 15th century Entombment of the Virgin; St Bartholomew; A female ... Giovanni e Paolo Christ carrying the Cross; Bergognone; London, National Gallery Christ carrying the Cross; Costa; ...
Y. Stoyanov, Defenders and Enemies of the True Cross: The Sassanian Conquest of Jerusalem in 614 and Byzantine Ideology of Anti-Persian Warfare (Vienna, 2011). 16. On the Virgin as type of cross and association of Marian cult with that ...
Author: Vlada Stanković
Publisher: Lexington Books
This volume offers new perspectives on the history of the Byzantine Balkans and beyond—regions that lived for centuries under the long shadow of Constantinople—as well as unique insights into the complex world of late medieval and early modern southeastern Europe during a period of catastrophe.
Author: Carolyn Vellenga BermanPublish On: 2018-07-05
Redefining heroism in this climactic scene, Saint-Pierre converts an entire community—within and without the novel—to the ideal of an estimable and marriageable “modest” white virgin. But if middle-class whiteness constitutes Virginie's ...
Author: Carolyn Vellenga Berman
Publisher: Cornell University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
The character of the Creole woman—the descendant of settlers or slaves brought up on the colonial frontier—is a familiar one in nineteenth-century French, British, and American literature. In Creole Crossings, Carolyn Vellenga Berman examines the use of this recurring figure in such canonical novels as Jane Eyre, Uncle Tom's Cabin, and Indiana, as well as in the antislavery discourse of the period. "Creole" in its etymological sense means "brought up domestically," and Berman shows how the campaign to reform slavery in the colonies converged with literary depictions of family life. Illuminating a literary genealogy that crosses political, familial, and linguistic lines, Creole Crossings reveals how racial, sexual, and moral boundaries continually shifted as the century's writers reflected on the realities of slavery, empire, and the home front. Berman offers compelling readings of the "domestic fiction" of Honoré de Balzac, Charlotte Brontë, Maria Edgeworth, Harriet Jacobs, George Sand, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and others, alongside travel narratives, parliamentary reports, medical texts, journalism, and encyclopedias. Focusing on a neglected social classification in both fiction and nonfiction, Creole Crossings establishes the crucial importance of the Creole character as a marker of sexual norms and national belonging.
Like the cross, the Virgin Mary was a central icon in the Indians' indoctrination, and Mary was among the first and most common images of the church California Indians saw. Mary's image figured prominently in the foundation ceremonies ...
Author: Steven W. Hackel
Publisher: UNC Press Books
Recovering lost voices and exploring issues intimate and institutional, this sweeping examination of Spanish California illuminates Indian struggles against a confining colonial order and amidst harrowing depopulation. To capture the enormous challenges Indians confronted, Steven W. Hackel integrates textual and quantitative sources and weaves together analyses of disease and depopulation, marriage and sexuality, crime and punishment, and religious, economic, and political change. As colonization reduced their numbers and remade California, Indians congregated in missions, where they forged communities under Franciscan oversight. Yet missions proved disastrously unhealthful and coercive, as Franciscans sought control over Indians' beliefs and instituted unfamiliar systems of labor and punishment. Even so, remnants of Indian groups still survived when Mexican officials ended Franciscan rule in the 1830s. Many regained land and found strength in ancestral cultures that predated the Spaniards' arrival. At this study's heart are the dynamic interactions in and around Mission San Carlos Borromeo between Monterey region Indians (the Children of Coyote) and Spanish missionaries, soldiers, and settlers. Hackel places these local developments in the context of the California mission system and draws comparisons between California and other areas of the Spanish Borderlands and colonial America. Concentrating on the experiences of the Costanoan and Esselen peoples during the colonial period, Children of Coyote concludes with an epilogue that carries the story of their survival to the present day.
Kit left behind his written resignation for Ormond to give Brandon Dudley in case Brandon returned to Ireland before they could cross paths in England. Then, with Stephen's sergeant, he set everything in motion and reported almost each ...
Author: Laura Andersen
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Perfect for fans of Philippa Gregory and Alison Weir, The Virgin’s Spy is award-winning author Laura Andersen’s second novel about the next generation of Tudor royals—a mesmerizing historical novel filled with rich period detail, vividly drawn characters, and all the glamour and seduction of the fabled Tudor court. Queen Elizabeth I remains sovereign of England and Ireland. For the moment, at least. An Irish rebellion is growing and Catholic Spain, led by the Queen’s former husband, King Philip, plans to seize advantage of the turmoil. Stephen Courtenay, eldest son of Dominic and Minuette, Elizabeth’s most trusted confidantes, has accepted a command in Ireland to quell the unrest. But the task will prove dangerous in more ways than one. The Princess of Wales, Elizabeth’s daughter, Anabel, looks to play a greater role in her nation, ever mindful that there is only one Queen of England. But how is Anabel to one day rule a country when she cannot even govern her own heart? Praise for The Virgin’s Spy “Andersen delivers another dramatic thriller complete with spies, battles, ruthless villains and twists on historical events that draw the reader deeply into the lives of her characters. There is magic here, and Andersen’s fantastic storytelling will keep readers coming back for more.”—RT Book Reviews (4 1/2 stars, Top Pick!) Find your next book club pick, read special features, and more. Join the Random House Reader’s Circle.
Welcome back to Virgin River! Now available in a box set collection, return to this charming small town with more beloved stories form #1 New York Times bestselling author Robyn Carr. Now a Netflix Original Series.
Author: Robyn Carr
Welcome back to Virgin River! Now available in a box set collection, return to this charming small town with more beloved stories form #1 New York Times bestselling author Robyn Carr. Now a Netflix Original Series. Promise Canyon After years spent on ranches around Los Angeles, Clay Tahoma is delighted to be Virgin River’s new veterinary assistant. He’s been welcomed with open arms by everyone in town—everyone except Lilly Yazhi. Lilly has encountered her share of strong, silent, traditional men. In her eyes, Clay’s earthy appeal is just an act used to charm wealthy women like his ex-wife. Lilly can’t deny his gift for gentling horses, but she’s not about to let him control her. There’s just one small problem—she can’t control her attraction to Clay. Wild Man Creek Colin Riordan is recuperating from a horrific helicopter crash, the scars of which he bears inside and out. His family is supportive, but it’s his art that truly soothes his troubled soul. Stung personally and professionally by an ill-advised affair, PR guru Jillian Matlock has rented an old Victorian with a promising garden. She’s looking forward to cultivating something other than a corporate brand. Both are looking to simplify, not complicate, their lives, but when Jillian finds Colin at his easel in her yard, there’s an instant connection. And sometimes love is the simplest choice of all… Harvest Moon Disillusioned and burned out after collapsing at work, rising sous-chef Kelly Matlock has retreated to her sister’s house to rest and reevaluate. Puttering in the garden is wonderful, but Kelly’s starting to get restless…until she meets Lief Holbrook. The handsome widower looks more like a lumberjack than a sophisticated screenwriter—a combination Kelly finds irresistible. Less appealing is Lief’s rebellious teenaged stepdaughter. She’s the reason they moved from LA, but she’s still finding plenty of trouble. Kelly’s never fallen for a guy with such serious baggage, but some things are worth fighting for. Bring Me Home for Christmas This year, Becca Timm knows the number one item on her wish list—getting over Denny Cutler, who broke her heart three years ago. So she invites herself on her brother’s hunting weekend in the rugged little mountain town that Denny calls home. But when an accident turns her impromptu visit into an extended stay, Becca finds herself stranded. With Denny. In very close quarters. As the power of Christmas envelops them, Becca discovers that the boy she once loved has become a strong and confident man. And the most delicious Christmas present she can imagine. Four wonderful stories of finding home and discovering love. Look for the complete Virgin River series by Robyn Carr! Book # 1: Virgin River Book # 2: Shelter Mountain Book # 3: Whispering Rock Book # 4: A Virgin River Christmas Book # 5: Second Chance Pass Book # 6: Temptation Ridge Book # 7: Paradise Valley Book # 9: Forbidden Falls Book # 10: Angel’s Peak Book # 11: Moonlight Road Book # 13: Promise Canyon Book # 14: Wild Man Creek Book # 15: Harvest Moon Book # 16: Bring Me Home for Christmas Book # 17: Hidden Summit Book # 18: Redwood Bend Book # 19: Sunrise Point Book # 20: My Kind of Christmas