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Processio[1] est ritus religiosus, quo homines certisque regulis ordinati sive ad quendam locum incedunt sive per agros lustrant. Verbum hoc sensu a saeculo quinto in usu est.[2]. In regione saeculari processioni pompa (sollemnis, militaris, funebris) et manifestatio respondent.

Pinacotheca processionumRecensere
  1. Photographema: Processio artoclasiae (fractionis panis) in festo Sancti Nicolai (Piraei, Graecia)
  2. Photographema: Processio paschalis communitatis Orthodoxae antiqui ritus in Guslitsa (prope Moscuam, die 2 Maii 2008).
  3. Pictura processionem cum icone "Matris Dei Genetricis Kurschensis" (in arca, a dextra) in regione Kurschensi habitam demonstrans, ab Elia Repin 1880-83 depicta (Pinacotheca Tretiacoviensis)
  4. Photographema: Processio in India in nativitate Domini
  5. Photographema: Clerus ecclesiae orthodoxae Aethiopicae processionem ducit in sollemnitate Michaelis archangeli. Inter processiones clerus cruces Aethiopicas et tabulas legis copertas (quae tabot vocantur) circumfert (Garland (Texas))
  6. Photographema: Processio passionem Christi repraesentans (ab anno 1461), olim ab ecclesia vetita, sed adhuc in Francia meridiana celebrata (ut puta Perpiniani)
  7. Photographema: Processio in sollemnitate assumptionis beatae Mariae virginis die 15 Augusti (Parisiis)
  8. Photographema: Processio in sollemnitate Corporis Domini Posnaniae, Polonia, 2004: puellae statuam Iesu infantuli Pragensis ferunt.
  9. Pictura processionem Weingartensem demonstrans, qua equites reliquias sanguinis Iesu, ut putatur, circumferunt (circiter 1865)
  10. Photographema: Processio navium in flumine Rheno
  11. Photographema: Processio Buddhistica in Indonesia
  12. Photographema: Processio Buddhistica Seuli

NotaeRecensere

  1. Instructio redemptionis sacramentum, Romae 2004
  2. Sidonius Apollinaris epist. 5,17: "processio fuerat antelucana, sollemnitas anniversaria ..."

BibliographiaRecensere

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  • Quack, Anton: Prozession. I. Religionsgeschichtlich in: Lexikon für Theologie und Kirche (3. ed.), vol. 8 (1999), col. 678s.
  • Felbecker, Sabine: Prozession. II. Liturgisch in: Lexikon für Theologie und Kirche (3. ed.), vol. 8 (1999), col. 679s.
  • Kritzinger, Peter: The Cult of Saints and Religious Processions in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages, in: Sarris Peter et al. (ed.), An Age of Saints?, Brill, Lugduni Batavorum 2011, p. 36-48.
  • Meurer, Wolfgang (ed.): Volk Gottes auf dem Weg. Bewegungselemente im Gottesdienst. Matthias Grünewald Verlag, Moguntiaci 1989, ISBN 3-7867-1433-9
  • Rausch, Fred G.: Prozession. III. Frömmigkeitsgeschichtlich, in: Lexikon für Theologie und Kirche (3. ed.), vol. 8 (1999), col. 680s.
  • Liutgard Gedeon: Prozessionen in Frankfurt am Main, in: Archiv für mittelrheinische Kirchengeschichte, 52 (2000), p.11-53.

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