Helpful historical facts
Arianism – a troublesome for the Church quarrel, over the Son of God
The Battle of Milvian Bridge – a clash between good and evil, or was it?
Donation of Constantine – one of the greatest forgeries in the history of the world
The Edict of Milan (313 A.D.) – a document not so new or breakthrough
March on Rome, meaning the political miracle of 28 October, 1922
Mithraism, Mithra, mithraeum – a mystery religion of great popularity
Nepotism – a sanctified system proven and particularly effective
Pornocracy, meaning the rule of harlots, but was that really the case?
The Council of Nicaea (325) – where, the Nicene Creed was created
Cadaver Synod (897) – meaning, an unimaginable papal macabre
Tetrarchy – a utopia of an emperor sick and tired of ruling
The Battle for the Statue of Victory – Rome and the birth of a new religious order
The Temptation of St. Francis – a lesson in the taming of the sensesNews
The Temptation of St. Francis – a lesson in the taming of the senses
It is not often that we can discover such artistically excellent, moving, and at the same time sensual and sexual works within church interiors. The protagonist of the aforementioned painting is Francis of Assisi – a saint who often appears in Catholic iconography during the post-Trent period – a humble monk, venerated for his noble life, spent in poverty. However, here we see him in an exceptional scene, in which he unveils his human needs, and at the same time struggles against them. This is a warning and a message all in one – how to control one's senses in the face of tem...See more
Cardinal Bernardino Spada (1594–1661) – a dream about the grandeur of his own familyNews
Cardinal Bernardino Spada (1594–1661) – a dream about the grandeur of his own family
Cardinal Spada was a sensible and trustworthy man – diligent and intelligent, he climbed the ladder of a Church career slowly and reasonably. He had great ambitions, although ultimately he was unable to sit upon the papal throne. But he never stopped thinking about it and all his actions, focused on bringing his insignificant in the Eternal City family into the ranks of the black aristocracy, served this purpose. Who was then, this diligent and private official with extraordinary ambitions?See more
Chapel del Monte di Pietà – a bombastic symbol of the struggle against usuryNews
Chapel del Monte di Pietà – a bombastic symbol of the struggle against usury
There is a place in Rome that can be visited only once a year. It is found in an inaccessible palace that currently belongs to a bank, but in the past was connected to an organization that had very little to do with a bank. This place is almost overbearing with its decorativeness, but at the same time, it captivates us with its exquisite selection of materials and the virtuosity of the works of art adorning it. The only surprising fact is that the chapel in question was created for a small number of members of a charitable organization that struggled against usury and brought help to the needy...See more
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