1 edition of Luigi Sturzo Institute in Rome. found in the catalog.
Luigi Sturzo Institute in Rome.
|LC Classifications||HM9 L8 1968|
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|Pagination||37 p.,  p. of plates. --|
|Number of Pages||37|
The Luigi Sturzo Institute (ILS), founded in , is a cultural foundation committed to the preservation and valorisation of Christian Democratic cultural heritage. Based in Rome, the ILS organises training activities and research on historical, sociological, political and economic topics. Its archives hold over 4, documents as well as iconographic, photographic and audio . Luigi Sturzo Institute was founded in by Luigi Sturzo of the Partito Popolare (Italian Popular Party).The mission of The Luigi Sturzo Institute is to endorse research in the historical sciences, sociology, political and economical fields by providing vast documentation in the archive library, facilitate canvassers, issue publications and maintain various alliances with other .
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Luigi Sturzo, (born Nov. 26, , Caltagirone, Sicily—died Aug. 8, , Rome), Italian priest, public official, and political organizer who founded a party that was a forerunner of the Italian Christian Democrat movement.. Sturzo studied at the seminary of Caltagirone, where he was ordained a priest of the Roman Catholic Church in He received a Doctorate in . Maurizio Gentilini (b. Rovereto, ) is a historian and archivist born in Rovereto near Trent, Italy. He has worked at the Diocesan Archives of Trent, at the Luigi Sturzo Institute in Rome and currently works at the National Research Council in the Department of Human Sciences.
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On 17 Junea group of friends of Luigi Sturzo, acting on his desire to create a cultural institution, approved the outline of a statute for a new foundation to be created in his name. The Istituto Luigi Sturzo was established as a non-profit organisation on 25 Novemberthrough Decree no.
issued by the President of the Italian. Institute headquarter Palazzo Baldassini Built in the early s by Antonio da Sangallo the Younger, Palazzo Baldassini is the Luigi Sturzo Institute headquarter. The Library perform the following institutional activities. collect and preserve the Italian publishing production at national and local level concerning the social and political history of the twentieth century, with particular attention to the production of and on Luigi Sturzo.
Luigi Sturzo was born in Caltagirone (Catania) on Noveminto an aristocratic farming family. He was educated at the seminaries of Acireale and then Noto. The publication of Rerum novarum (), the first encyclical on the condition of the working classes, and the mass protests of peasants and Sicilian sulphur miners, led Sturzo to.
Services opening for users of Institute’s Archive and Library From May 18th, by request and remote delivery Published the bibliographic catalog of Miscellanies collections of Luigi Sturzo. Luigi Sturzo Institute on the occasion of the celebrations of the sixty years of the Treaties of Rome, has deepened and analyzed the dynamics of the complex relationship between democracy, national sovereignty and the European Union through a series of initiatives.
An articulated program of initiatives that goes from the seminars of the School of [ ]. The event will be held as part of the final Festival of the Controlemalebestie project, promoted by the Luigi Sturzo Institute in collaboration with the CISS.
The second edition of the project involves about forty students from the Liceo Manara and the Caetani Institute of Rome in the context of school-work alternation initiatives in order [ ]. From September to December the Luigi Sturzo Institute in Rome along with the Centre of European Studies planned a series of international scientific meetings to study one highly important political subject: the commitment of Christian Democrats on an international level.
Christian Democrat Internationalism Its Action in Europe and Worldwide from post World War II until the s- Volume III: The European People’s Party- Continental and Social Cooperation.
Conference “Sturzo in London: the idea of Europe yesterday and today” 7 May ore Luigi Sturzo: A Prophet for Today In this article Monsignor George P. Graham pays tribute to Catholic intellectual, Father Luigi Sturzo (), political leader and founder of the Italian.
The director of L’Osservatore Romano, Giovanni Maria Vian, will present a new book entitled, "In Defense of Pius XII. The Reasons of History," at the Luigi Sturzo Institute of Rome on June Luigi Sturzo was born in Caltagirone on November 26 In he was ordained a priest of the Catholic Church.
He later moved to Rome, where in he graduated with a degree in philosophy from the Gregorian University. Returning to Caltagirone, his religious and social commitment began to take shape alongside his teaching of philosophy.
Luigi Sturzo was born in Caltagirone on November 26 In he was ordained a priest of the Catholic Church. He later moved to Rome, where in he graduated with a degree in philosophy from the Gregorian University. Returning to Caltagirone, his religious and social commitment began to take shape alongside his teaching of philosophy.
He is chief editor of the scientific journal Prospettiva Persona, president of the Tocqueville-Acton Centre for Studies and Research in Milan, and author of The Limits of People: Democracy and Political Authority in Luigi Sturzo’s Thought (). The director of L’Osservatore Romano, Giovanni Maria Vian, will present a new book entitled, “In Defense of Pius XII.
The Reasons of History,” at the Luigi Sturzo Institute of Rome on June (–) Born in Caltagirone (Sicily), Luigi Sturzo was ordained in Convinced of the need for the Church to involve itself in the lives of the working class, and to provide a Catholic alternative to socialism, “Don” Sturzo (the.
The Luigi Sturzo Institute was established in in Rome. The Historical Archive "holds writings and documents that are indispensable to better appreciate the history of Italy and of the Catholic movements from the crisis of the Liberal State up to the coming of Fascism.
On the occasion of the fifth anniversary of the election of Pope Francis, the book Francesco il Ribelle (“Francis the Rebel”) by Father Enzo Fortunato, Director of the Press Room of the Sacred Convent of Assisi, was presented yesterday in Rome, at the Luigi Sturzo Institute.
The book, a new biography of the Saint of Assisi, is introduced by a preface by the Vatican Secretary of. Istituto Luigi Sturzo - Via delle Coppelle, 35, Rome, Italy - Rated based on 13 Reviews "Sto aspettando da oltre un mese la validazione, da.
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Then you can start reading Kindle books on your Author: Luigi Sturzo.Loredana Teodorescu is the head of European and International Affairs of the Luigi Sturzo Institute and associate researcher at the Wilfried Martens Center for European Studies in Brussels. She mainly deals with immigration policy of the European Union; EU governance, foreign and neighborhood policy; security and borders; gender issues.