Bellarmino


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Italian cardinal and theologian (1542-1621)

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Bust of Cardinal Roberto Bellarmino, 1621-24, Gian Lorenzo Bernini (1598-1680), marble, ht 76cm.
Marcantonio De Dominis, Paolo Sarpi e Roberto Bellarmino e il problema dell'autorita dopo il concilio tridentino.
Tomas y San Buenaventura; y espero estudiar pronto a Bellarmino.
Para su siguiente edicion, titulada Catechismus quichuensis, Galante eligio un texto pastoral hoy poco conocido: la traduccion del clerigo cusqueno Bartolome Jurado Palomino del catecismo de Roberto Bellarmino, publicada en Lima en 1649.
Roberto Bellarmino (8), il quale articolo l'idea dell'identita e dell'inseparabilita tra contratto e sacramento, sulla base del principio scolastico Gratia perficit, non destniit naturam, in forza del quale l'elevazione del matrimonio a sacramento per opera di Cristo non distrugge gli effetti naturali del contratto, per cui il sacramento e la grazia non sono qualcosa di aggiunto ab extrinseco al contratto o alia natura, ma un perfezionamento e compimento degli stessi.
18) Roberto Bellarmino, Disputationes de controversiis christianae fidei adversus hujus temporis haereticos, 8 vols.
33} (31) Roberto Bellarmino, De AEterna/Felicitate/Sanctorum/Libri Quinque,/Auctore.
Among the most important of these were notable segments of the Jesuit and Maryknoll religious orders (such as the Centro Bellarmino in Chile) that were advocating working-class reforms across the board; the dramatic rise in the fortunes of Christian Democratic parties in countries such as Chile, Venezuela, and El Salvador; the push for significant agrarian reform by clerics such as Dom Helder Camara in poverty-stricken northeast Brazil; the radical writings of grassroots activists such as Paulo Freire (Pedagogy of the Oppressed [1968; New York: Herder and Herder, 1970]); and the clarion call for transformative social change by Church leaders such as Brazilian Cardinal Paulo Evaristo Arns, Mexican Archbishop Sergio Mendez Arceo, and El Salvadorian Archbishop Oscar Romero.
Pope John Paul II made Bergoglio a cardinal in 2001, assigning him the Roman church named after the legendary Jesuit St Robert Bellarmino.
Su prolongada estancia en Italia, centro cultural de su tiempo, lo puso en contacto con el complejo mundo de la era manierista y sabemos que participo en la monumental Respuesta catolica a la Historia eclesiastica de los protestantes (Centurias de Magdeburgo) al lado de los cardenales Roberto Bellarmino y Cesar Baronio.
44) Roberto Bellarmino (1542-1621), jesuita, es el autor de la
Galilea (1984), Movimiento pentecostal e Iglesia catolica en medios populares, Santiago, Centro Bellarmino.
This concept can be seen, for instance, in the writings of Cardinal Roberto Bellarmino (1542-1621), one of the greatest minds of seventeenth-century theology, who had significant influence in his time.
This was rather jolting: imagine Cardinal Bellarmino calling on Galileo for an astrological reading.
Entre las personas mas influyentes se contaba el cardenal Bellarmino, un influyente teologo del catolicismo y consultor directo del Santo Oficio.