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"Respondió España con festivos ecos": el culto a santa Rosa de Lima en los siglos XVII y XVIII

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2020
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En el 2021 se cumplen 350 años de la canonización de la peruana Isabel Flores de Oliva (Lima, 1586-1617). La joven limeña llegó a los altares de Roma como la primera santa americana en 1671, momento que marcaría un antes y un después en el orbe católico. En este trabajo mostraremos la presencia y apropiación de su culto en distintas ciudades peninsulares. Y las redes de americanos y españoles que ayudaron a su consolidación. Fueron numerosas las ceremonias y las imágenes que se ubicaron en los templos. Además de la Corte, destacó lo vivido en Sevilla y Cádiz por ser los centros con mayor contacto con los territorios ultramarinos.
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The year 2021 marks the 350th anniversary of the canonization of Isabel Flores (Lima, 1586-1617). The young woman from Lima reached the altars of Rome as the first American saint in 1671, a moment that was considered as a turning point in the Catholic world. This research examines the presence and popularity of the cult of Santa Rosa in various cities of the Spanish Peninsula, as well as the networks of American and Spanish individuals who contributed to its consolidation. This was embodied in many temples by ceremonies and images. In addition to the celebrations held at the Court of the King, significant events took place in Seville and Cadiz, as these cities were the focal points for trade overseas.
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