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Western Oblate Studies 5

Western Oblate Studies 3Patronage and Pilgrimage: Walking under the Wing of Mary

Henriette A. Kelker
Provincial Museum of Alberta
Edmonton (Alberta)

 

 

References

1. (Retour à l'article) Mark 16:15

2. (Retour à l'article) Matt. 8:20

3. (Retour à l'article) In 1857 Eugene de Mazenod wrote in a letter to Fr. Mouchette: "Often I have told the Lord that, since he gave me a mother's heart and sons who merit my love in so many ways, he must allow me to love them immeasurably" (Hubenig, 1991, p. 241).

4. (Retour à l'article) In Western Canada four Christian feast days have become the focal point for the church in Canadian Aboriginal communities: Christmas, Easter, the feast of St. Anne and All Souls day. These are times of community and family gatherings, pilgrimage and reconciliation.

5. (Retour à l'article) Emile Saillens (1945) found evidence of 205 Black Virgins in France, 190 of which were in existence in the 16th century. 22 of these statues were found in the Provence. (France counts 33 provinces). See also Johnson (1927).

6. (Retour à l'article) Alfred Hubenig, personal communication.

7. (Retour à l'article) Jaroslav Pelikan defines doctrine as "the content of [the] saving knowledge, derived from the word of God" (Pelikan, 1971, p. 2).

BAITENHOUSE, Roy W. (Ed.) (1955) A Companion to the Study of St. Augustine, New York, Oxford University Press, 425 p.

BEGG, Ean (1985) The Cult of the Black Virgin, New York, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 289 p.

BIRNBAUM, Lucia Chiavola (1993) Black Madonnas: Feminism, Religion, and Politics in Italy, Boston,  Northeastern University Press, 273 p.

CANADIAN CONFERENCE OF CATHOLIC BISHOPS (1994) Catechism of the Catholic Church, Ottawa, Publication Service, 698 p.

GUEGUEN, Yves (1947) Missionnaire Oblat de Marie Immaculee, Ottawa, Etudes Oblates, 163 p.

HALKES, Catharina (1983) "Mary and Women," in KUNG, Hans and MOLTMANN, Jurgen (Eds.) Mary in the Churches, New York, The Seabury Press, p. 66-73.

__ (1993) "Mary in My Life," in SCHILLEBEECKX, Edward and H ALKES, Catharina (Eds.) Man).' Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow, New York, Crossroad, p. 47-82.

HUBENIG, Alfred (1991) Living in the Spirits Fire: Saint Eugene de Mazenod, Ottawa, Novalis, 330 p.

JOHNSON, W. Branch (1927) Folktales of Provence, London, Chapman and Hall, 224 p.

KASSEL, Maria (1983) "Mary and the Human Psyche considered in the Light of Depth Psychology," in KUNG, Hans and MOLTMANN, Jurgen (Eds.) Mary in the Churches, New York, The Seabury Press, p. 74-82.

KELKER, Henriette A. (1999) A Mother's Heart... Eugene de Mazenod's Gift to the Oblate Congregation, Edmonton, Folklife program, Provincial Museum of Alberta, 7 p. [Project paper no. 5 in the series For the Life of the World]

KELKER, Henriette A. and GOA, David J. (1996) "When Pilgrims Emigrate: The Skaro pilgrimage to Our Lady," Ethnologia Europaea, vol. 26, p. 27-35.

LEFLON, Jean (1966) Eugene de Mazenod: Bishop of Marseilles, Founder  McDONALD, William J. et al. (Eds.) (1981) New Catholic Encyclopedia (Vol. IX: "Ma to Mor"), Palatine, Jack Heraty, 1154 p.

MERKX, Marianne (1993) "Introduction," in SCHILLEBEECKX, Edward and HALKES, Catharina (Eds.) Mary Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow, New York, Crossroad, p. 1-11.

PELIKAN, Jaroslav (1971) The Christian Tradition: A History of the Development of Doctrine ( Vol. I: "The Emergence of the Catholic Tradition (100-600)/1), Chicago, The University of Chicago Press, 394 p.

ROCHE, Aime (1960) Eugene de Mazenod, Lyon, Editions de Chalet, 59p.

RUETHER, Rosemary R. (1983) Sexism and God-talk: Towards a Feminist Theology, Boston, Beacon Press, 289 p.

SAILLENS, Emile (1945) Nos vierges noires: leurs origines, Paris, Editions universelles, 274 p.

SCHILLEBEECKX, Edward and HALKES, Catharina (Eds.) (1993) Mary: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow, New York, Crossroad, 88 p.

WARNER, Marina (1990) Alone of all her Sex: The Myth and Cult of the Virgin Mary, London, Pan Books, 423 p. of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate, New York, Fordham University Press, 3 vol.

McCARTHY, Martha (1995) Fro/1/ the Great River to the Ends of the Earth: Oblate Missions to the Dene, 1847-1921, Edmonton, University of Alberta Press, 269 p.

McDONALD, William J. et al. (Eds.) (1981) New Catholic Encyclopedia (Vol. IX: "Ma to Mor"), Palatine, Jack Heraty, 1154 p.

MERKX, Marianne (1993) "Introduction," in SCHILLEBEECKX, Edward and HALKES, Catharina (Eds.) Mary Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow, New York, Crossroad, p. 1-11.

PELIKAN, Jaroslav (1971) The Christian Tradition: A History of the Development of Doctrine ( Vol. I: "The Emergence of the Catholic Tradition (100-600)/1), Chicago, The University of Chicago Press, 394 p.

ROCHE, Aime (1960) Eugene de Mazenod, Lyon, Editions de Chalet, 59p.

RUETHER, Rosemary R. (1983) Sexism and God-talk: Towards a Feminist Theology, Boston, Beacon Press, 289 p.

SAILLENS, Emile (1945) Nos vierges noires: leurs origines, Paris, Editions universelles, 274 p.

SCHILLEBEECKX, Edward and HALKES, Catharina (Eds.) (1993) Mary: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow, New York, Crossroad, 88 p.

WARNER, Marina (1990) Alone of all her Sex: The Myth and Cult of the Virgin Mary, London, Pan Books, 423 p.

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