Progetti per il futuro? Ancora non so di preciso. Le sue opere sono tradotte in inglese, francese, olandese, tedesco e spagnolo. Se potesse dare un consiglio a se stesso ventenne, cosa si direbbe? Se parlassi con il mio alter ego ventenne e gli raccontassi tutte le cose che ho fatto, credo che mi direbbe che ho avuto una vita piena e felice.
Quali sono stati i momenti felici? Come vede queste libere iniziative di persone che si impossessano di spazi inutilizzati per ridonarli alla cultura in modo indipendente? Con il Teatro Mediterraneo ho un rapporto molto cordiale. E invece no. Paradossalmente, a quel punto, per tenerlo chiuso, sarebbe stato meglio lasciare dentro quelli che occupavano.
Anche se vale tutto quello che ho detto prima: queste sono situazioni estremamente contraddittorie, in cui il bianco e il nero non sono gli unici due colori sulla tavolozza. Sono riuscito a scrivere almeno due libri negli ultimi tre anni, ma devo dire che sono riuscito a farlo soltanto strappandomi al Teatro e prendendomi delle lunghe pause; una volta addirittura dimettendomi, per riuscire a scrivere. Richiede concentrazione un articolo, figuriamoci un romanzo.
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Io per esempio da qui, per andare a Cagliari, devo sempre prendere due aeroplani, se non voglio andarci a nuoto. Diciamo che sei geograficamente al centro del Mediterraneo, se ti muovi in barca; in tutti gli altri casi, non lo sei. Da quanto tempo si occupa di fotografia? Ho cominciato con scatti privati, di famiglia, o paesaggi. In quel periodo riuscii anche ad acquistare la mia prima macchina fotografica professionale: una Leica M5. Da allora, sono trascorsi 45 anni. E di arte? Ci parli del suo percorso professionale. Al mio rientro in patria, portai a casa oltre 10mila negativi in bianco e nero e fui sorpreso di scoprire che le mie foto piacevano.
In questi ultimi anni ho organizzato molte. Naturalmente scatto molte fotografie anche qui in Cechia, e soprattutto a Praga, che per me rimane sempre — per citare Ripellino — magica. Poi, naturalmente, dopo otto anni vissuti in Italia, ho tanti cari amici e luoghi italiani che mi sono rimasti nel cuore. Tuttavia, i rapporti sono ottimi e in passato abbiamo anche co-edito alcune opere inerenti la fotografia e la memoria.
Un mix irripetibile. Conoscenza del centro verso le periferie e viceversa, come tra le diverse periferie geografiche ma che, a loro volta, sono centri culturali anche molto diversi ma antichi e importanti. Insomma la fotografia, lo scambio visivo, la comunicazione, possono essere un medium culturale non di secondo piano nel processo evolutivo di una Europa che torni a crescere, senza rinunciare al passato ma fondando nel presente nuove generazioni di europei consapevoli di questa grande unione.
Fu meraviglioso, per me bambino, vederli venire fuori magicamente dal terreno, dalla sabbia, fra gli sterpi ed i sassi. Tanta bellezza inaspettata. Di una lunghezza di circa metri, con una carreggiata in origine larga sette metri, essa consentiva il transito di due carri provenienti da opposte direzioni. A tale riguardo esiste la ricevuta di un pagamento effettuato, nel , per la risistemazione degli argini per il passaggio di carri nel periodo della vendemmia.
Furono edificate mura lungo tutto il perimetro insulare. Questa opera difensiva era lunga 2,5 chilometri e dotata di quattro porte, in direzione dei punti cardinali. Gli accessi erano fortificati con due torri avanzate.
La vinificazione ebbe luogo sulla terraferma. Le origini del vitigno Grillo sono recenti. Chiaramente, tali caratteristiche gusto-olfattive variano col variare del terroir di provenienza. Non solo, nello stesso monastero venivano cucinati anche dei dolci dedicati alla Santa: particolari biscotti fatti con farina di mandorle, zucchero, albume e aroma di cannella. Per questo motivo, quando nacque, la bambina venne chiamata Rosalia da rosa e lilium, ovvero rosa e giglio. Razetto, vive e lavora a Praga da oltre 25 anni.
Come mai questa scelta? Nel ha creato la Fondazione Eleutheria. Ho sempre collezionato arte. Appartengo ad una famiglia di collezionisti. Gran parte della mia collezione si basava su opere cecoslovacche risalenti al periodo comunista. Con chi collaborate, principalmente? Oltre a mantenere, nel tempo, collaborazioni costanti con le principali istituzioni ceche, quali la Galleria Nazionale sia la sezione di Arte Antica che quella di Arte Moderna e Contemporanea ed il Museo di Scienza e della Tecnica, abbiamo lavorato anche con diverse istituzioni italiane ed europee quali il Maxxi di Roma, Villa Manin ad Udine, il Parlamento Europeo, Palazzo Te e Casa Mantegna a Mantova.
Considerato che la Fondazione esiste da pochissimi anni, direi che possiamo ritenerci soddisfatti di quanto fatto finora. Di cosa si occupa, esattamente, la Congregazione? Lo statuto originario della Congregazione attiva a partire dal , ndr aveva lo scopo di proteggere i propri membri. Credo ci sia davvero tanto da fare e che la Congregazione abbia, in questo senso, non soltanto i requisiti storici e culturali, ma un vero e proprio obbligo morale. Fino a un pomeriggio del Le migliori battute sono selezionate e pubblicate online. In questo modo la satira ha una diffusione immediata.
Tra di loro si crea internamente una sintonia virtuale accomunata da una consapevolezza: la risata unisce. Non sono le prime ad accorgersene, in Italia. Soprattutto, sorprende. Dopo un anno le parole volano oltre le mura domestiche e sfondano i cavi di Internet: il gruppo finalmente si conosce di persona. In fondo il lavoro ha bisogno di essere sostenuto. Nasce Syndrome. Il progetto editoriale scaturisce dalla presenza nel gruppo di una donna con una storia speciale. Poetessa e giornalista iraniana, attivista politica, si espone in prima linea per raccontare la vita nel suo paese e il regime che lo affligge.
Le violenze subite e i ripetuti arresti non le impediscono di mantenere una voce ironica, spesso tagliente, nella consapevolezza del potere di resistenza della satira in quanto mezzo espressivo non convenzionale.
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Manda gli articoli per Syndrome con mezzi da spionaggio russo, sotto pseudonimo, ma con la sua foto senza il velo pubblicata sul sito. Questo coraggio? Questo desiderio di farsi ascoltare? La risposta si sta componendo di nuove collaboratrici ogni giorno. E di nuove lettrici. Nasce Syndrome Magazine. Ci sono medici, giornaliste, avvocati, attrici, impiegate, casalinghe, mamme e single convinte. Senza di lei, la montagna non si sarebbe smossa, Maometto starebbe ancora a casa sua. Per me la rivista rappresenta uno spazio di libera espressione, di incontro e di confronto.
Tra due parentesi italiane ha vissuto con la sua famiglia tre bambini ed un marito inglese ad Hong Kong e Singapore, due metropoli che hanno accresciuto il suo amore per la cucina asiatica e la paura per le altezze. Ho lasciato Milano nel , quando sono andata a vivere con la mia famiglia a New York. Da quattro anni vivo a Parigi. Nel , mi sono laureata ad Harvard in Lettere e Storia ed ho poi proseguito i miei studi a Parigi e Londra, dove ho conseguito dei Master in Economia.
Lei che ruolo ricopre al suo interno? Mi aveva scioccata, durante il mio lavoro precedente, vedere quante donne subiscono violenze, in tutti i paesi del mondo. Ho visto che tutto restava focalizzato sul passato e che non esisteva nulla che le aiutasse a creare un futuro. Abbiamo oltre persone che dedicano il loro tempo al progetto. Chi sono le vostre clienti, dove sono localizzate e come vengono a conoscenza della vostra esistenza? Le persone che aiutiamo ci trovano tramite le associazioni, gli assistenti sociali o i gruppi di sostegno.
Per partecipare al programma, queste devono contattarci attraverso il nostro sito internet ed essere intervistate dal nostro consiglio di amministrazione. In che modo le aiutate? Come funziona il mentoring? Aiutiamo le donne offrendo un programma che permette loro di riappropriarsi della propria vita tramite la realizzazione dei loro sogni professionali.
Saper fare e saper insegnare sono due cose molto diverse. I mentor sono anche molto seguiti durante il programma e partecipano a una riunione mensile di sostegno. In che modo le vostre clienti riescono a finanziarli, dato che molte di loro, presumo, sono in quel momento senza lavoro o provengono da situazioni finanziarie difficili? Simons, p. Source: Simons, p. With this enigmatic incipit, it opens a text of the fourteenth century, written in medium-high German, included by Franz Pfeiffer in the volume dedicated to Master Eckhart.
But who is sister Katrei? Marco Vannini, editor of the Italian edition, assumes that most likely Katrei was a beguine , very inspired by the thought of Eckhart. Even such a humble girl, she eventually surpassed the Master for the radicality of her conclusions. Katrei is considered a beguine because she could operate her choices freely, move her residence and be independent of any authority.
The name sister perhaps intervenes to indicate her belonging to the Free Spirit movement, with which Eckhart also had contacts.
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For this he was accused of heresy and called to a trial, but he died during the journey to go and justify himself to the pope. At that time there were 85 houses of beguines in Strasbourg and in Cologne. These places were well known and frequented by Master Eckhart, especially during his position as Vicar General of the Order from in Strasbourg, but also in Cologne where he tought in the Dominican Studium perhaps starting from In her profound spiritual experience, collected in the above mentioned manuscript, Katrei arrives at the conclusion of being able to achieve a stable condition of grace bewerung in German , of permanent union with God.
Not the God gotten determined in the ways of the various religions, but the unnamed Deity gotheit , bottomless bottom, which no one can not appropriate. The first church is occupied by Lutherans for 5 years. In this period some beguines organize a clandestine Catholic cult. The beghina Linke reads old sermons she copied; she is expelled from the city after being bodily punished. She is one of the most venerated Dutch saints. Lydwine was the only female daughter of Peter, a night watchman, and Petronella, who had eight other sons. Disability progressively increases, and in the last years of life she could only use her left hand.
In fact, she began to suffer from a debilitating disease from the age of 15, shortly after her fall, and later her motor skills decreased and began to suffer from severe headaches and toothaches. At the age of 19, she was paralyzed on both legs and had vision problems. During the next 34 years, her condition worsened even though there were periods of stability.
According to other authors, she presented the symptoms of anorexia. For her strength of mind, many contemporaries, especially chronic sick people, went to visit her to receive advice and comfort. She died at the age of According to some hagiographies Lydwine would have had the stigmata. After her death, her tomb became a destination for pilgrimages. Thomas of Kempis wrote a biography. Another famous hagiography of the saint was written, in two different versions, by the Franciscan preacher Johannes Brugman between and She is part of the Secular Franciscan Third Order, of which some even attribute an important role in its expansion.
Her story could also be that of a beguine who sought an institutional refuge in the Third Order in harmony with her penitent and poor life choices, considering the then impossibility of having another religious and secular status at the same time. The couple spent much time in a hunting lodge, belonging to the Pecora family, on the hills on the border between Umbria and Tuscany. In , during a hunt, Arsenio was attacked and assassinated because of the Guelphs and the Ghibellines feuds of the time.
She entrusted the care of her son to the minor friars of Arezzo and in she became a Franciscan tertiary, dedicating herself exclusively to prayer and works of charity. Her spirituality pays particular attention to the Passion of Christ, in line with what Francis of Assisi and Angela of Foligno lived. Margherita had many mystical crises and visions. She gave life to a congregation of tertiaries, called Poverelle ; founded a hospital in in the church of San Basilio and formed the Confraternity of Santa Maria della Misericordia, for the ladies who intended to assist the poor and the sick.
Mystical woman, but also of action, courageous, sought for her advice, she was attentive to public life and, in the disputes between the Guelphs and the Ghibellines, she was a peacemaker. Her body is preserved in Cortona, in the basilica dedicated to her, in an urn placed above the high altar. Source: wikipedia. Francis of Assisi.
Maria will deepen the life of the foundress thanks to her degree thesis in theology Since she is trained in Bach flower therapy and various other therapeutic addresses thanks to which she could help many people. She died there in Syr in Nivelles and Marquina, an anchorite of Willambroux.
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Marie was born in Nivelles Belgium in by wealthy parents, who became later disappointed for her indifference towards rich clothes and ornaments. Although she well knows the Cistercian world, she does not want to become a monastic nun. At 14, her parents forced her to marry Jean, also from a wealthy family of Nivelles. Immediately after marriage, finally out of parental control, she initiates intense ascetic practices of fasting, prayer and charity. After a few months from the marriage, Jean lives a conversion that brings him closer to God.
Then, they leave their home in Nivelles and join an informal community of apostolic life not far away, in Willambroux, near a leper colony. They will remain there for 12 or maybe 15 years. Together with the other members of the community, Marie and Jean nurture and care for lepers, but also for others ill or poor, instruct children, offer religious education and pray together. Too disturbed by these crowds coming from the city and surroundings, in she moved to Oignies near the priory of St Nicolas, living as a recluse in a cell next to the choir of the church.
It was a life of fasts and prayers, but also offering spiritual advices. In , she meets Jacques de Vitry, a canon coming from Paris to visit her and eventually become her disciple. Marie urges him to return to Paris, where he is ordained in , and then to come back to Oignies to serve the lepers and the needy.
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Marie is also remembered for her preaching, a practice adopted by the beguines , at least before the prohibition of Gregory IX in , and for her gift of prophecy. She is known for her incredible fasts, the last of which lasts for 53 days. At her death at the age of 36 she weighed 33kg.
However, contrary to what is sometimes read, she did not receive the stigmata. She died on 23 June , the day when she is commemorated as a Blessed in the Roman Martyrology. The last beguine in the world dies during her sleep on Sunday, April 14, in Kortrijck in the home Sint-Jozef who had welcomed her after she lived in the beguinage of Kortrijck Courtrai from to With her integrating into the community of Mont-Saint-Amand Gent Marcella starts her year-old history as a beguine.
Her life, along with that of other beguines, has been described by Claude Bouckaert, in De Laatste der Begijnen , Uitgeverij Groeninghe, Almost blind she played the piano, the organ, the accordion and had a good sense of humor. In the communal authorities had celebrated her magnificently. Marcella Van Hoecke was going to be years old. Her death marks the end of years of beguinal presence in Gent. From to , she also took the helm of Ter Hoyen Beguinage. In , Marcella had retired to Avondvrede Nursing Home, where she died. Her funeral is scheduled for May 31 at the beguinage church.
This text circulates rapidly among the contemplatives in France. The Mirror is condemned the first time between and by Gui de Colmieu, bishop of Cambrai, it is burned in the public square of Valenciennes and forbidden to read under pain of excommunication. The next bishop, Philippe de Marigny, made her life even more difficult: he sued her for a second trial and then turned her over to the Inquisition Court.
Always hunted by hierarchies, Marguerite is imprisoned for more than a year the time allowed for reflection by the Inquisition. She does not dodge the conflict and remains consistent until death. She also refuses to receive sacramental absolution for faults that she considers not to have committed.
This same Guillaume is the confessor of Philip the Fair, monarch despot who also crushed the Knights Templar. A huge crowd and the highest civil and ecclesiastical authorities attend her martyrdom. The book is conceived as a dialogue between Love and Reason, the latter being always in default. The original text in the Piccard language is lost; the extant text in a vernacular French version of the XV century was used for translations into English, Italian and Latin.
God is Love and Love is God, is it written in the Mirror. Love desires nothing but the effacement, the annihilation of the will of the soul in favour of the divine will. The theme is not original. Luc Richir, supplement to La Vie , March 4, For centuries, we have believed this work lost. It is the historian Romana Guarnieri who finds it in in a fund of the Vatican Library and publishes it for the first time in with her critical comments. Father Paul Verdeyen published in Latin this treatise by taking over the translation made by the Inquisition and the Corpus Christianorum into Flemish.
The accomplishment of my work is always wanting nothing. For as long as I do not want anything, I am alone in him, without me, and all liberated; while wanting something, I am with me, and so I lose my freedom. And if I do not want anything, if I have lost all my will, I miss nothing: free is my conduct, and I want nothing from anyone.
When I want nothing, and have lost everything out of my will, then I miss nothing; free is my maintenance. The historian Lemmens points out the divergences that exist between specialists on the figure of Marguerite, who, probably a beguines, was nonetheless an atypical beguine. Was she an isolated, wandering beguine, or did she live in the beguinage of Valenciennes at the Service of St. We know that she worked in Valenciennes, in Lorraine and in the bishopric of Reims and even in Paris.
Her book was even introduced to the London Charterhouse by the following of the Queen. Sometimes considered belonging to the Brothers and Sisters of Free Spirit; it seems however that she was never part of it Lemmens, p. Simone Weil in her Cahiers quotes some extras from the Mirror , without yet knowing who the author was, as for a long time one thought to be a man.
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He tells that Margherita lived piously with her mother and sisters, under the guidance of a Dominican friar, Zeger of Lille, from the age of 18 until her death in This confessor tried to stop her alms that she did for lepers. Her visions gained fame in all of Flanders. It is not known, however, if she was part of a beguinal community, attested hoever starting from Simons, p. She belongs to the ecstatic movement. She was born in or in an aristocratic family of Saxony. From the very young age of 12, she received her first mystical experience, which she recounts in her work The flowing Light of the Godhead IV, This event makes her leave the paternal home very young.
To the convent for high lineage girls, she prefers a community of beguines in Magdeburg, where she leads a life dedicated to prayer, penance and her extraordinary encounters with God. For about 30 years she did not speak about her experiences; it was only in , under the advice of her confessor, the Dominican Heinrich von Halle, that she began to write her experiences on scattered leaves, then collected by Heinrich himself. She could finish it at the end of her life. This work will bring her admirers, but also many opponents, especially among the high ranking clergy including the pope , whom she did not hesitate to criticise.
This hostility forces her to leave the community of Magdeburg at the age of 60 to find protection first in her family and then in the Cistercian convent of Hefta, with the abbess Gertrude von Hackerbon. Here, aged and exhausted by her voluntary deprivations, she finds a very favourable environment and a high place of spirituality. In the peace of this convent she completes her work and dies, as a Cistercian, in Most literary critics believe that her work, already well known, would have inspired Dante Alighieri the fascinating character of Matelda, whom he presents to us in Purgatory , XXVII, The man who wins over the world and deprives his body of any harmful will and win on the demon is the soul that loves God.
If the world hits him, his pain is not great. If his weakness makes him fail a bit, his mind does not want to make it an illness. If the demon targets him, the soul does not care. Giunti, Firenze, , p. Testi e documenti , Edizioni di storia e letteratura, Roma, , p. Her parents promised her in marriage to a man when she was 7 years old and 8 years later forced her to marry him, but for 5 years they still avoided sexual relations. She gave birth to John, who later became the parish priest of St.
Lambert in Liege, but after 5 years his husband died. She then chose the life of celibacy, even if her vow was occasionally betrayed by lascivious priests, as her hagiographer refers Simons, p. A little before her death, she assigned an endowment to a convent of 24 beguines in her house near the church of Saint Mary Magdalene, but it is not known how long they lived there.
Her Life was written by an anonymous Canon of Liege Simons p. It refers that the beguines lived in various parts of the city, serving churches or as anchorites. They are dedicated to the poor and the sick. Wife, mother, then widow and finally Augustinian nun: these are the successive stages that have been used to describe the life of Saint Rita da Cascia.
However, the careful study of the scholar Lucetta Scaraffia advances a new hypothesis on the fact that the Monastery of Saint Mary Magdalen, where Rita found hospitality, was firstly rather a beguinal house.
Romana was a passionate and very generous scholar, as all those who approached her recognize. Speaking with her I realized almost immediately that she was the depositary of the richness of the mystical feminine theology which I had just glimpsed. That is the richness of an admirable season of European civilization, between the Low Middle Ages and the dawn of modernity.
Romana had accumulated them over the years, assimilated with intimate participation and now placed them at my disposal. Ours have been a long relation, marked by regular stays in her house, by long conversations and by some extra moenia excursions. Everything was beautiful, nothing was easy, just as it should have be.
At first Romana told me of her friendship with Don Giuseppe De Luca, of her conversion to the Catholic Church and of their intense collaboration in the publishing house that they had founded together, until his death, arrived too early. I learned to know her. She did not appraise from conventional courtesy or from other exteriorities, but from the interiority. She did so, however, remaining connected to her counter part, as proof of a strength and a calm that nourished each other. Romana had a special gift, she loved souls. Out of the subjects of study, if she was not solicited, she did not speak about religion but always had a wide window open to the sky.
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At the centre of her conversion and her faith, Romana put the friendship and love of Jesus , just as she called it. When questioned by me, she said that they were superior to the friendship and love that bound her to Don Giuseppe De Luca, the man who made her meet with her Jesus. Without any doubt she had proved her superior fidelity to this supernatural love, in the friendship itself that bound her to the man without ever becoming an attachment nor, much less, an addiction. Yes, she was a free woman and so she was thanks to God.
She was a Beguine. To read the full Italian text sent to us by Luisa Muraro click the following link: Romana Guarnieri testo completo. A recluse woman of Trevi Umbria , we know Sofia of the late Bartolo di Bernardo for her deposition during the process of canonization of the blessed Simone da Collazzone. Sofia became a recluse around Mens in the Italian Dictionnary of Institutes of Perfection , pp.
Cesarius of Heisterbach speaks of her in his Dialogus magnus visionum et miraculorum as a religious and visionary woman with an intense devotion to the Eucharist. From she shared her house with at least another religious woman giving life to a small community of beguines lasting until the eighteenth century Simons, p. Gent, Ste Elisabeth. Sint Truiden. Today only Belgium still retains a significant number of beguinages and since thirteen of them have been classified by UNESCO as world heritage of humanity.
The rest is only a reconstruction of history and cartography. It can be seen that where the buguinages have become parishes, they have had more guarantees of continuity. However, we must remember that the places where beguines lived were various: near a monastery or a leper house, in contiguous houses on the same street, in nearby hermitages up to solitary forms of life in a cell or within their own family and even a wandering life, quickly forbidden by the Church. Here we present the historical beguinages. As the state of research is very incomplete, the reality of the beguinal world, still too hidden, is certainly superior to that presented here.
For modern beguines, click on the beguinal movement today. About 30 of them survived the destructions. It could accommodate about women, widows or young singles. At that time, Paris also counted dozens of other minor beguinages. Nearby, the old church of Saint Paul and Saint Louis, already existing at the time of the beguinage.
Going to " rue Charlemagne". Interior courtyard. Louis Church. Place de l'Hotel de Ville. Going south, there are Belfort and then Narbonne, Digne and Beziers. The only French beguinage preserved today would be that of Saint-Vaast located at Cambrai. Un sabato sera va in discoteca con la sua ragazza, Vanessa, e viene avvicinato da due balordi. Saverio ha una splendida voce, e viene spesso chiamato per cantare a feste e matrimoni. Questo non gli basta, e cerca di pubblicare un album. Ottenuto questo successo, dimentica i vecchi amici che lo chiamavano alle feste, e vuole partecipare al Festival di Sanremo.
Disperato, continua ad abusare di cocaina , rovinandosi addirittura la voce, e, pieno di debiti, accetta di spacciare, e addirittura testare lui stesso la droga appena tagliata, ultimo anello della catena. Trascorsa la giornata nella solita routine, a cui il marito pare abituato, la moglie esprime un po' di disagio, desiderando essere una famiglia normale, con un marito presente anche la domenica.
Un figlio sente la madre malata chiedere al fratello maggiore di farla smettere di soffrire, ma il ragazzo rifiuta. L'altro figlio decide invece di aiutarla, soffocandola con un cuscino.