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Popular Religiosity in the Dialogue Between Faith and Culture

  Daniel Cuesta Gómez, SJ   Issue 2105    13 May 2021

Popular religiosity: faith or culture? Some time ago, a Jesuit, who at that time was working with a parish in a working-class neighborhood, confided to us his concern about the drastic decrease in the number of faithful attending celebrations, catechesis and parish activities. In contrast, he noted the enormous number of people who, gathered by the confraternity of the neighborhood, filled the parish on the occasion of its celebrations and, above all, flocked en masse whenever it carried its images in procession through the streets. Our colleague gave a clear explanation for this imbalance, stating that

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Bad Tales

  Mariano Iacobellis, SJ 14 May 2021

After their great debut with La terra dell’abbastanza (Boys Cry, 2018), the brothers Damiano and Fabio D’Innocenzo have produced a film that deserves all the awards it has received, including five Nastri d’argento, and a prize at the Berlin Film Festival. The brothers describe Favolacce (Bad Tales), as a contrast to the realism of their first work, a sort of black ...

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