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Religious orders and congregations 2 - KHIS122
Title in English: Řeholní řády a kongregace 2
Guaranteed by: Department of Ecclesiastical History and Literary History (26-KCD)
Faculty: Catholic Theological Faculty
Actual: from 2019
Semester: summer
E-Credits: 4
Examination process: summer s.:
Hours per week, examination: summer s.:0/2 C [hours/week]
Capacity: unknown / unlimited (unknown)
Min. number of students: unlimited
State of the course: taught
Language: Czech
Teaching methods: full-time
Note: you can enroll for the course repeatedly
course can be enrolled in outside the study plan
enabled for web enrollment
priority enrollment if the course is part of the study plan
Guarantor: Mgr. Dušan Foltýn
Teacher(s): Mgr. Dušan Foltýn
Annotation -
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The mission of the seminar is to provide a systematic overview of the history and culture of religious orders and congregations, with particular emphasis on their role in the cultural unification of Europe on a Christian basis. Main topics: 1) Western monasticism, his reforms and the emergence of new types of religious communities - canon, chivalrous, mendicant and other orders; 2) Religious rules and everyday life in the monasteries; 3) The status of women in religious communities; 4) Comparison with the monasteries in Orthodoxy and the Eastern Churches; 5) The monastic architecture from the Middle Ages to the present. Approximately half of the exercise takes the form of an excursion to Prague monasteries. Cf. previous semester to The excursion also discussed topics in the winter and summer semesters vary.
Aim of the course -
Last update: FOLTYN/PEDF.CUNI.CZ (21.08.2016)

The condition is the completion of essay submission or annotated photographs assigned monastic building. Optionally, you can attend a seminar by passing the exam.

Literature -
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Recommended study literature and study aids:

- Balthasar, Hans Urs von: Die grossen Ordensregeln. Basilius, Augustinus, Benedikt, Franziskus, Ignatius von Loyola, Einsiedeln 1984
- Brandl, Benedikt: Orden und Kongregationen im deutschen Sprachgebiet der Tschechoslowakei, Marienbad 1933
- Brooke, Christopher: Die Klöster. Geist, Kultur, Geschichte, Freiburg-Basel-Wien 2001
- Buben, Milan: Encyklopedie řádů a kongregací v českých zemích I., II/1-2, III/1-2, Praha 
- 2002-2007
- Day, Peter: A Dictionary of religious orders, London-New York 2001
- Derwich, Marek: Klastory i mnisi, Wrocław 2004
- Frank, Karl Suso: Dějiny křesťanského mnišství, Praha 2003
- Foltýn, Dušan a kol.: Encyklopedie moravských a slezských klášterů, Praha 2005
- Heimbucher, Max : Die Orden und Kongregationen der katolischen Kirche I-II, 3. rozšířené vydání, Paderborn 1933-1934
- Hrudníková, Mirjam ed.: Řeholní život v českých zemích. Řeholní řády a kongregace, sekulární instituty a společnosti apoštolského života v České republice, Kostelní Vydří 1997
- Jirásko, Luděk: Církevní řády a kongregace v zemích českých, Praha 1991
- Johnston, William M.: Encyclopedia of monasticism I-II, London 1999
- King, Peter: Western Monasticism. A History of the Monastic Movement in the Latin Church, Waterloo (Canada) 2001
- Knowles, David 1969: Christian monasticism, New York 1969
- Lawrence, Hugh: Dějiny středověkého mnišství, Praha 2001
- Le Bras, Gabriel ed.: Les Ordres religieux I-II, Paris 1979-1980
- Łoziński, Bogumił: Leksykon zakonów w Polsce. Instytuty życia konsekrowanego i stowarzyszenia życia apostolskiego, Warszawa 2002
- Pacaut, Marcel: Les ordres monastiques et reliieux au Moyen-Age, 2. vyd., Paris 2005
- Schweiger, Georg ed.: Mönchtum, Orden, Klöster. Von den Anfängen bis zu Gegenwart, München 1993
- Svátek, Josef : Organizace řeholních institucí v českých zemích a péče o jejich archivy, zvl.příloha Sborníku archivních prací XX, Praha 1970
- Vlček, Pavel - Sommer, Petr - Foltýn, Dušan a kol.: Encyklopedie českých klášterů, Praha 1997

Course completion requirements -
Last update: FOLTYN/PEDF.CUNI.CZ (21.08.2016)

The condition is the completion of essay submission or annotated photographs assigned monastic building. Optionally, you can attend a seminar by passing the exam.

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