Light a Candle. Encounters and Friendship with China: Festschrift in Honour of Angelo Lazzarotto P.I.M.E., 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

Light a Candle. Encounters and Friendship with China

Festschrift in Honour of Angelo Lazzarotto P.I.M.E., 1st Edition

By Roman Malek, Gianni Criveller

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This Festschrift is presented to Father Angelo Lazzarotto P.I.M.E. on the occasion of his 85th birthday on May 14, 2010. It is a personal homage from editors, authors, and congratulants to a dear friend, a humble priest and missionary, a scholar, a person of dialogue, an advisor, a sensitive mediator and a careful analyst who greatly contributed to the cause of Catholicism in China and to Sino-Western friendship.

"This Festschrift compiled by missionary Angelo Lazzarotto’s friends and colleagues presents a fitting tribute to a longtime friend of China and founder of the Holy Spirit Study Centre in Hong Kong. Unusually, perhaps, for a Festschrift, it is also an excellent collection of essays."

Chloë Starr in International Bulletin of Missionary Research

Table of Contents

Roman Malek S.V.D. and Gianni Criveller P.I.M.E.: Light a Candle. Encounters and Friendship with China. Introduction to the Festschrift

Tabula gratulatoria

Barbara Hoster: Shen Zuyi’s Painting Zhu song. An Explanatory Note Dedicated to Father Angelo S. Lazzarotto

Gerolamo Fazzini: The Profile of Father Angelo Lazzarotto

Chen Cunfu 陈村富: 怀念我的老朋友 Father Angelo S. Lazzarotto

Gianni Criveller P.I.M.E. (comp.): Bibliography (1950–2010) of Angelo S. Lazzarotto

I.

Paolo De Troia: Cathay, China. Two Names, One Country. A Three Centuries Long Misunderstanding

Tiziana Lippiello: A Confucian Adage for Life: Empathy (shu) in the Analects

Chiara Piccinini: The Xiguo jifa. Treatise on Western Mnemonic Arts by Matteo Ricci S.J. Its Importance in Chinese Language Learning

Elisabetta Corsi: From the Aristoteles latinus to the Aristoteles sinicus. Fragments of an Unfinished Project

Eugenio Menegon: Memento Mori. Preparing for Death in China and Europe during the Early Modern Era

Pan Feng-Chuan: God, Sinner, and Saintly Governance. François Noël and Renzui zhi¬zhong

Zbigniew Wesołowski S.V.D.: The European Search for a Universal Language and the German Search for Clavis Sinica. The Role of Chinese Characters in Leibniz’s Theory of Signs

II.

Noël Golvers: Litterae Indipetae from the Jesuit Provincia Flandro-Belgica 1640/1660–1700

Claudia Von Collani: A Collection of Documents Concerning the Chinese Rites Controversy in the Biblioteca Queriniana in Brescia

Pier Francesco Fumagalli: Ancient Chinese Cultural Treasures in Milan

Matteo Nicolini-Zani: Christian Monastic Literature in China. Preliminary Survey and Bibliography

III.

Paul Rule: On Being Chinese and Christian. Some Idiosyncratic Reflections on the History of the Catholic Church in China

R.G. Tiedemann: The Controversy over the Formation of an Indigenous Clergy and the Establishment of a Catholic Hierarchy in China, 1846–1926

Elisa Giunipero: Pius XI and the Inquiry into Communism in China

Betty Ann Maheu M.M.: John Paul II and the Charism of Persuasion

Agostino Giovagnoli: Ostpolitik: a Historiographical Assessment

Santiago Miro: What is the Significance of Calling Victims of Political Repression "Martyrs"?

Jeroom Heyndrickx C.I.C.M.: A New Encounter Between the Catholic Church and China

Giancarlo Politi P.I.M.E.: The List of Chinese-born Bishops

IV.

Peter Barry M.M.: Cooperation between P.I.M.E. and Maryknoll During World War II

Anthony Lam: Sino-Vatican Diplomatic Relations in World War II. A Hong Kong Perspective

V.

Clara Bulfoni: Electronic Communication in China

Alessandra C. Lavagnino: Gao Xingjian. A Chinese Cosmopolitan Writer.

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