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  • Italian Catholicism and the Differentiation of Rituals: A Comparison of the Neocatechumenal Way and Renewal in the Spirit.
    Contiero, Emanuela (2012)
    In Giuseppe Giordan and Enzo Pace (eds.) Mapping Religion and Spirituality in a Postsecular World. Religion and the Social Order 22. Leiden: Brill, pp. 9-25.

    Based on 50 open-ended interviews in Italy of prticipants in the Neocatechumenal Way & the Renewal in the Spirit (Catholic Pentecostal). Describes the manners of praying in the groups' masses.

    Associated Search Terms: Cammino neo-catecumenale (Catholic movement); Italy; Catholic, Italy; Ritual; Rinnovamento nello Spirito (Catholic charismatic); Pentecostal, Catholic, Italy
  • Corpi ed anime tra il visibile e l'invisibile: Studio sulle differenziazioni del catolicesimo conemporaneo. pratiche rituali a confronto Cammino neo-catecumenale e Rinnovamento nello Spirito i due casi di studio.
    Contiero, Emanuela (2011)
    Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, l'Universita di Padova.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Italy; Ritual; Rinnovamento nello Spirito (Catholic charismatic); Italy; Cammino neo-catecumenale (Catholic movement); Pentecostal, Catholic, Italy
  • I Neopentecostali in Italia. Dal Jesus Movement ai Bambini di Dio.
    Castiglione, Miriam (1974)
    Torino: Claudiana.

    Associated Search Terms: Jesus movement, Italy; Italy; Children of God, Italy; Pentecostal, neo, Italy
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