The Rhetoric of Pope John Paul II: The Pastoral Visit as a New Vocabulary of the Sacred

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sacred symbol to present majestic contrast to the daily humdrum of everyday lives.


NOTES
1.
George Cheney, Rhetoric in an Organizational Society. Managing Multiple Identities ( Columbia, South Carolina: University of South Carolina Press, 1991), 164-167.
2.
Paul A. Soukup, "The Church as Moral Communicator", in Mass Media and the Moral Imagination, eds. Philip J. Rossi and Paul A. Soukup ( Kansas City, Missouri: Sheed and Ward, 1994), 199.
3.
Roberto Tucci, "Come gli Apostoli Pietro e Paolo, pellegrino verso i santuari viventi del Popolo di Dio", L'Osservatore Romano, 16 October 1985.
4.
Karol Wojtyla, Sign of Contradiction ( New York: Seabury Press, 1979), 144-145.
5.
Tucci, "Come gli Apostoli Pietro e Paolo".
6.
John Paul II, "Discourse to College of Cardinals", 28 June 1980 in Insegnamenti di Giovanni Paolo II, vol. III, part 1, ( Vatican City: Vatican Polygot Press, 1980), 1886.
7.
Pasquale Borgomeo, "In visita 'ad fimina Ecclesiae",' L'Osscrvatore Romano, 18 October 1988. See also Gianpaolo Salvini, "I viaggi di Giovanni Paolo II, annunzio itinerante del vangelo e 'segno' per il nostro tempo", Civilui Cattolica IV ( 1985): 550.
8.
Reverend Roberto Tucci, S.J., president of the coordinating committee of Vatican Radio, interview by author, 13 February 1992, Rome, Italy.
9.
Gilberto C. Paranhos Velloso, ambassador of Brazil to the Holy See, interview by author, 5 November 1992, Rome, Italy.
10.
Gérard Defois, archbishop of Sens, France, interview by author, 24 March 1993, Sens, France.
11.
Washington Post, 8 October 1995.
12.
Tucci, interview by author.
13.
Ibid.
14.
Velloso, interview by author.
15.
Peter Berger, The Sacred Canopy. Elements of a Sociological Theory of Religion ( Garden City, New York: Doubleday, 1969), 150.
16.
The four members were: William A. Hughes, bishop of Covington, Kentucky; John F. Kinney, bishop of Bismarck, North Dakota; John R. McGann, bishop of Rockville Center, New York; and Arthur N. Tafoya, bishop of Pueblo, Colorado.
17.
Robert N. Lynch, general secretary of the National Conference of Catholic Bishops, interview by author, 28 August 1992, Washington, D.C.
18.
Thomas J. Reese, A Flock of Shepherds, ( Kansas City, Missouri: Sheed and Ward, 1992), 302-306.
19.
Lynch, interview by author.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Chapter I - Introduction 1
  • Notes 14
  • Chapter 2 - Between the Sacred and Chaos 17
  • Notes 27
  • Chapter 3 - Background to the Visits 31
  • Notes 51
  • Chapter 4 - Sensing the Faithful 53
  • Notes 92
  • Chapter 5 - Textual Address: Audience Identification and Characterization 99
  • Notes 132
  • Chapter 6 - Textual Analysis: Symbol Choice 139
  • Notes 168
  • Chapter 7 - Visits as Performance 175
  • Chapter 8 - Push and Pull of Sacred and Secular 203
  • Notes 232
  • Appendix 235
  • Selected Bibliograpby 237
  • Index 251
  • About the Author *
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