peregrination

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traveling or wandering around

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There is a unique term for this wandering: peregrinatio pro Christo, or the call to wander for the love of Christ.
Subsequently, Ian Wood examines Samson as representative of a British form of peregrinatio, one that precedes the more well-known Irish model as represented by Columbanus (d.
(21) Teresa JIMENEZ CALVENTE, Nebrija, poeta aulico: la Peregrinatio Regis et Reginae ad Sanctum Iacobum.
They contain "passages on the Creed and the Ten Commandments." (160) The book contains Bernhard von Breydenbach's Peregrinatio in terram sanctam (1490) and was owned by William Smith, Bishop of Lincoln and founder of Brasenose College (d.
Postas as premissas metodologicas norteadoras do presente artigo, propoe-se o tratamento do tema da viagem e do deslocamento em Corpo de Baile, a partir de tres eixos de interpretacao em que a nocao de errancia, travessia, viagem e peregrinatio sao articuladas as indagacoes sobre a producao de sentido para o deslocamento espacial.
Una peregrinatio; es decir, una experiencia donde los jovenes estan en busqueda de la "Ciudad de Dios" (San Agustin, 1977), es el viaje del alma.
(37.) Vatican II documents used pilgrimage language: the noun peregrinatio, the verb peregrinor, and the adjective peregrinus.
Es una soledad en perpetua construccion, en continua errancia, distinta a la peregrinatio (la cual implica un lugar de llegada, una orientacion geografica).
(2) See Bernhard Kotting, Peregrinatio religiosa: Wallfahrten in der Antih und das Pilgerwesen der alien Kirche (Munster, 1950).