Tipo di documento:
Libro
Autore/curatore:
Stefano Villani
 
Standard: Villani, Stefano [Stefano Villani]
Titolo:
Making Italy Anglican : Why the Book of Common Prayer was translated into Italian

Standard:

Data di pubblicazione:
2022
Luogo di pubblicazione:
New York

Standard: New York [New York, NY]

Editore/tipografo:
Oxford University Press

Standard: Oxford University Press

ISBN/ISSN:
978-0-19-758773-7
Pagine:
XIV, 292 pp.
Soggetti:
Achilli, Giacinto
Amidei, Alessandro
Anglo-Continental Society
Beckwith, John Charles (1789-1862) - Liturgia - 1850
Bedell, William (1572-1642)
Book of Common Prayer - Traduzioni italiane
Brown, Edward (-1698)
Campello, Enrico di (1831-1903) - Biografia
Cappello, Giovan Battista
Chiesa protestante italiana - Londra - 1500-1700
Chiese anglicane - Italia - 1800-1900
De Dominis, Marco Antonio (1560-1624)
Di Menna, Giovan Battista
Gordon, Alexander
Inghilterra e Venezia - Relazioni diplomatiche - 1603-1623
Missioni protestanti inglesi - Malta - 1800-1900
Montucci, Antonio
Nott, George Frederick (1768-1841)
Origine apostolica dei valdesi - Storiografia inglese - 1800-1900
Sarpi, Paolo - Fortuna - Inghilterra - 1600-1700
Sims, Thomas (1785-1864) - Atteggiamento verso i valdesi
Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (SPCK) - 1800-1900
Wotton, Henry (1568-1639)

Indice:

 Introduction 1.1 The Story of a Failure 1.2 The First Translations of the Book of Common Prayer 15

Part 1: A failed schism

1. Paolo Sarpi, William Bedell, and the First Italian Translation of the Book of Common Prayer 23 1.1. Henry Wotton in Venice and the Interdict Crisis 23 1.2. After the Interdict: The Arrival of William Bedell in Venice (1607) 27 1.3. Giovanni Diodati and the Plans for a Protestant Congregation in Venice (September 1608) 28 1.4. Protestant Propaganda 30 1.5. The Translation of the Book of Common Prayer (1608) 32 1.6. The End of Wotton's Mission 34 1.7. The Embassy of Dudley Carleton, the Return of Henry Wotton, the Flight of De Dominis, and the Publication of the History of the Council of Trent (1610?1616) 37 1.8. "A Man May Live in an Infected City and Not Have the Plague": The Church of England as a Middle Way 40 1.9. Sarpi, Micanzio, and the Church of England 43

2. In Search of Patronage: The Translation by Alessandro Amidei 49 2.1. An Abjuration 49 2.2. A Manuscript Translation of the Book of Common Prayer 54

3. The Italian Church of London 60 3.1. The History of the Italian Church of London from Florio to De Dominis (1550-1622) 60 3.2. The Italian Church of London between 1639 and 1662 65

Part 2: From the 1685 Brown Edition to the 1820s Polyglot Editions

4. The First Italian Edition of the Book of Common Prayer (1685) 71 4.1. Edward Brown and Giovan Battista Cappello 71 4.2. Between Sarpi's Memory and Protestant Propaganda 74

5. A Liturgical Use? 79 5.1. Attempts to Reconstruct the Italian Church of London at the End of the Seventeenth Century 79 5.2. The 1708 Re-edition of the Libro delle Preghiere Publiche 81

6. Learning Italian: The 1733 Gordon and 1796 Montucci-Valetti Editions 83. 6.1. The 1733 Gordon Re-edition 83 6.2. The 1796 Montucci-Valetti Edition 85 6.3. The 1820 Rolandi and 1821 Bagster Editions 90 6.4. The Anglican Chaplaincies in Italy 95

 Part 3: From the 1831 Notton Edition to the 1861 Camilleri Revision and beyond

7. The 1831 Nott Edition 103 7.1. George Frederick Nott and Italy 103 7.2. The 1831 Nott Edition 105 7.3. Sacerdote, Prete, Presbitero, or Ministro? 109 7.4. Malta and the Revision of Nott's Translation 111 7.5. Nott's Death (1841) 114

8. The Italian Editions of the Book of Common Prayer Published in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century 116 8.1. The 1841 Di Menna-Evans Revision and the Birth of the Savonarolan Group in England 116 8.2. Malta as a Center of Anglican Propaganda 119 8.3. The First Italian War of Independence and Italian Emigration to London 122 8.4. "You will either be missionaries or nothing at all": An Anglican Liturgy for the Waldenses 126 8.5. Twelve Years of Repression (1849-1860) 132 8.6. An Italian-Speaking Anglican Congregation in London 135

9. Anglicans, Episcopalians, and the Unification of Italy 139 9.1. The Anglo-Continental Society, Its Work in Italy, and Camilleri's Mission in 1860 139 9.2. The 1861 Camilleri Revision 144 9.3. The Work of the SPCK and the Anglo-Continental Society after the Unification of Italy 146 9.4. An Italian-Speaking Anglican Church in Sicily 150 9.5. The Old Catholic Movement and Enrico Campello's National Catholic Church of Italy 152

10. The Book of Common Prayer for Immigrants in London and the United States 156

Conclusion 161

Appendix: Translations of the General Confession and the Preface 167 Abbreviations 173 Notes 177 List of the Italian Translations of the Book of Common Prayer 275

Index 281

Riassunto/commento:

Collezione: Oxford studies in historical theology