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El Santo Niño de Cebú entre costa y costa: de Filipinas a Nueva España (1565 1787)

Machuca, Paulina; Calvo, Thomas
Fonte: Centro de Estudos de História Religiosa, Universidade Católica Portuguesa Publicador: Centro de Estudos de História Religiosa, Universidade Católica Portuguesa
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em //2012 SPA
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Este texto analiza la devoción al Santo Niño de Cebú en una región conocida como la costa chica de Guerrero (Mexico), durante el último tercio del siglo XVIII. Se trata de una práctica religiosa que surgió en Filipinas en el siglo XVI y que llegó a la Nueva España a través del Galeón de Manila. En ambos casos, el proceso de evangelización por parte de la Monarquía hispánica dejó su impronta, al establecer los elementos de la religión católica entre las poblaciones de Asia y América. Sin embargo, la devoción al Santo Niño de Cebú en la costa chica tuvo sus propias particularidades: la imagen de marfil representando al Niño Dios estaba en manos de una familia afro‑mestiza, acusada por el cura del pueblo de idolatría, lo que alarmó a las autoridades del Tribunal de la Inquisición de la ciudad de México, y cuyo voluminoso expediente es la causa de este trabajo.; Este artigo analisa a devoção ao “Santo Niño de Cebú” numa região do México conhecida por costa chica no Estado de Guerrero nas últimas três décadas do século XVIII. Explicamos uma prática religiosa particular que teve origem nas Filipinas durante o século XVI, foi transferida para a Nova Espanha (México) por via do Galeão de Manila. Em ambos os casos...

'Figuring' Catholicism : the Santo Nino and religious discourse in Cebu

Bautista, Julius
Fonte: Universidade Nacional da Austrália Publicador: Universidade Nacional da Austrália
Tipo: Thesis (PhD)
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This thesis focuses on the Santa Nino de Cebu, which is an ancient statue of a young Jesus Christ enshrined in Cebu City. To this day, it is the subject of institutionalized rites of formal worship administered by the Cebu Archdiocese, as well as more immediate and spontaneous acts of veneration among the nearly two million inhabitants of Cebu province. While this study is concerned with describing the various modes of devotion to the figure, its aims extend beyond this. The earlier chapters discuss how the history of the figure – a history remembered in folklore and oral renditions as much as it is through the documentary archive - is intertwined with very specific and widely-held ideas about the figure’s ‘discover’ and miraculous intercession. The principal rationale here, however, is not to evaluate the factuality of these ideas but to discuss the conditions upon which historical accounts are constituted and expressed,. In evaluating religion as a discourse, this thesis conceives of ‘iconography’ as a relationship between an object and the ‘events’ are thought to be the foundations upon which dominant meanings are created and maintained. This examination of discourses is a theme that runs through the latter chapters of this study.. the last four chapters consider the symbolic friction between ‘official;’ and ‘illicit’ Catholicism in Cebu – a dichotomy that is in many ways mediated by the conception of the figure as ‘folk catholic’ ...