Pregled bibliografske jedinice broj: 869794
Kapucinski trag u Podgorju
Kapucinski trag u Podgorju // Franjevci kapucini u Karlobagu: Zbornik radova s međunarodnoga znanstvenoga skupa o 300. obljetnici djelovanja franjevaca kapucina u Lici i Krbavi (1713. - 2013.) = Capuchin friars in Karlobag: conference proceedings of the international scientific conference on the occasion of the 300th anniversary of activity of Capuchin friars in Lika and Krbava (1713 - 2013) / Barišić, Anto (ur.).
Zagreb ; Karlobag: Hrvatska kapucinska provincija sv. Leopolda Bogdana Mandića ; Kršćanska sadašnjost, 2014. str. 117-137
Kapucinski trag u Podgorju
(Capuchin mark in Podgorje)
Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, ostalo
Franjevci kapucini u Karlobagu: Zbornik radova s međunarodnoga znanstvenoga skupa o 300. obljetnici djelovanja franjevaca kapucina u Lici i Krbavi (1713. - 2013.) = Capuchin friars in Karlobag: conference proceedings of the international scientific conference on the occasion of the 300th anniversary of activity of Capuchin friars in Lika and Krbava (1713 - 2013)
Hrvatska kapucinska provincija sv. Leopolda Bogdana Mandića ; Kršćanska sadašnjost
Zagreb ; Karlobag
Lukovo Šugarje, Cesarica, Karlobag, Podgorje, Gospićko-senjska biskupija, popovi glagoljaši, kapucini.
(Lukovo Šugarje, Cesarica, Karlobag, Podgorje, Diocese of the Gospić - Senj, glagolitic priests, capucins)
U radu se prati kapucinski trag u Podgorju, konkretno u podgorskim župama sv. Jelene Križarice u Cesarici i sv. Luke u Lukovu Šugarju, do zadnje četvrtine 20. stoljeća. Prema dostupnim župnim spomenicama raščlanjena su zbivanja i donesene zanimljivosti. Utvrđuje se kada, koje i od koga su kapucini preuzeli župe, kako su se nosili s podgorskim mentalitetom i koliko su politički sustavi utjecali na njihov rad i vjernički život u Podgorju.
Teologija, Povijest, Etnologija i antropologija
Three centuries ago Capuchins came to Karlobag in order to act as missionaries among the people of Velebit region. More than two centuries they haunted small villages of Velebit and Podgorje as folk missionaries. They've shared holy sacraments to passers and were helping vicars of Podgorje in need. Often they were the only voice of civilization in those passive areas. However, they were not pushy. They have always known how to adjust to the little people. Thus, although almost no one Capuchin came from glagolitic background, when they were replacing the glagolitic priests, they respected their liturgical uniqueness. Track of Capuchin adaptability is evident in Glagolitic missals from monastery in Karlobag. During the first half of the 20th century, due to the lack of diocesan clergy, Capuchins of Karlobag took Lukovo Šugarje and Cesarica. It is interesting that these foothill parishes were served from their monastery in Karlobag. So they were constantly - by Franciscan way - in via (on the road). Since 1938th the chief of Karlobag monastery is also the parish administrator of the mentioned parishes. Such an approach however requires great effort and sacrifice. Usually they traveled by foot, rarely by car. They never looked for economic or material benefits from these two parishes - serving a Mass they couldn't even get enough money for one-way bus ticket to Karlobag. At the time of communist Yugoslavia they had tough moments in particular in Cesarica where they were persecuted. However, Capuchins have never despaired, not even in years when there were few practical believers, because they've always perceived Velebit and Podgorje as their missionary domain.
Staroslavenski institut , Zagreb
Autor s matičnim brojem:
Ivan Botica, (264891)