Mass in time of war

Author: Catholic Church

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ISBN: OCLC:758952093

Category: World War, 1914-1918

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Mass in Time of War

Foreword ou are holding in your hands the text to a Mass, ... This Mass, a more agitated form, a Mass in time of war, is about unfinished business.

Author: Barbara Cawthorne Crafton

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781561012138

Category: Religion

Page: 94

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In this elegant and provocative book, she confronts us with the language of the liturgy, the prayer of the Church, in a world at war with itself.
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Mass in time of war

Author: Joseph Haydn

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ISBN: UCSC:32106001348306

Category: Choruses, Sacred (Mixed voices) with orchestra

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Mass in Time of War

In times of great national crisis, composers and artists have responded by producing some of the greatest works known to us. No less an artist than writer Barbara Cawthorne Crafton has risen to the challenge in our time.

Author: Barbara Cawthorne Crafton

Publisher: Cowley Publications

ISBN: 9781461732976

Category: Religion

Page: 94

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In times of great national crisis, composers and artists have responded by producing some of the greatest works known to us. No less an artist than writer Barbara Cawthorne Crafton has risen to the challenge in our time. In this elegant and provocative book, she confronts us with the language of the liturgy, the prayer of the Church, in a world at war with itself. What does it mean to sing, “Glory to God in the highest, and peace to all people on earth,” while those same people are killing each other, often in the name of God? What does it mean to pray, “Lord have mercy,” in a world where mercy seems in all too short supply? Using the framework of the Mass, Crafton challenges us to become peacemakers, not simply peacelovers. The reader will often likely be caught off guard with the “presumption of coming to this table for solace only and not for strength, for pardon only and not for renewal.” There is great wisdom here for women and men who desire to pray their lives and to pray the life of the world with greater depth and integrity.
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Nelson Mass

Joseph Haydn (1732 1809) enlarged and enriched the many musical forms in which he composed symphony, quartet, sonata, mass, and oratorio among them with rare expressiveness, freshness of vision, and brilliant and refined musicianship.

Author: Joseph Haydn

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 0486281086

Category: Music

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Joseph Haydn (1732 1809) enlarged and enriched the many musical forms in which he composed symphony, quartet, sonata, mass, and oratorio among them with rare expressiveness, freshness of vision, and brilliant and refined musicianship. His ""Nelson" Mass" and "Mass in Time of War" are two of his finest works, nominally associated with war, but richly devotional in spirit and exemplary in their elegant synthesis of vocal and instrumental music. Both were written in the late 1790s, when Europe was at war. Portions of the ""Nelson" Mass" are thought to mark the news of Admiral Nelson's victory over the French at the Battle of the Nile, which altered Napoleon's planned conquest of Egypt and made Nelson a national hero. Both masses were first performed at Eisenstadt, the Austrian country estate of the Esterhazy family, Haydn's lifelong patrons. The scores are reprinted here from authoritative German editions. "
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Dynamic of Destruction Culture and Mass Killing in the First World War

Using a wide range of examples and eye-witness accounts from across Europe at this time, award-winning historian Alan Kramer paints a picture of an entire continent plunging into a chilling new world of mass mobilization, total warfare, and ...

Author: Professor Alan Kramer

Publisher: OUP Oxford

ISBN: 9780191516689

Category: History

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On 26 August 1914 the world-famous university library in the Belgian town of Louvain was looted and destroyed by German troops. The international community reacted in horror - 'Holocaust at Louvain' proclaimed the Daily Mail - and the behaviour of the Germans at Louvain came to be seen as the beginning of a different style of war, without the rules that had governed military conflict up to that point - a more total war, in which enemy civilians and their entire culture were now 'legitimate' targets. Yet the destruction at Louvain was simply one symbolic moment in a wider wave of cultural destruction and mass killing that swept Europe in the era of the First World War. Using a wide range of examples and eye-witness accounts from across Europe at this time, award-winning historian Alan Kramer paints a picture of an entire continent plunging into a chilling new world of mass mobilization, total warfare, and the celebration of nationalist or ethnic violence - often directed expressly at the enemy's civilian population.
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World War I Mass Death and the Birth of the Modern US Soldier

“Austrian Red Book Charges Atrocities,” New York Times, April 16, 1915, 2. 91. “War Appears to Be Butchery, Declares Rt. Rev. M'Golrick,” Duluth NewsTribune ...

Author: David W. Seitz

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781498546881

Category: History

Page: 342

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A study in war rhetoric, material rhetoric, and public memory, this book explains how the aftermath of the American World War I experience led to the rhetorical production of the long-lasting and familiar icon of the modern US soldier as a virtuous, self-sacrificial, “global force for good.”
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Rape Weapon of War and Mass Destruction

Article title “Ancient times until World War2” stated: In ancient times: The Hebrew Scriptures (Old Testament) describe the rape of the women of conquered ...

Author: SHABBIR TANKIWALA

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9780244946517

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Origins of Mass Communications Research During the American Cold War

suggests that this view was widely held in the culture at the time, and it helps us understand the context in which the antipropaganda movement evolved.

Author: Timothy Glander

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135683221

Category: Education

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In this critical examination of the beginnings of mass communications research in the United States, written from the perspective of an educational historian, Timothy Glander uses archival materials that have not been widely studied to document, contextualize, and interpret the dominant expressions of this field during the time in which it became rooted in American academic life, and tries to give articulation to the larger historical forces that gave the field its fundamental purposes. By mid-century, mass communications researchers had become recognized as experts in describing the effects of the mass media on learning and other social behavior. However, the conditions that promoted and sustained their authority as experts have not been adequately explored. This study analyzes the ideological and historical forces giving rise to, and shaping, their research. Until this study, the history of communications research has been written almost entirely from within the field of communications studies and, as a result, has tended to refrain from asking troubling foundational questions about the origins of the field or to entertain how its emergence shaped educational discourse during the post-World War II period. By examining the intersection between the individual biographies of key leaders in the communications field (Wilbur Schramm, Paul Lazarsfeld, Bernard Berelson, Hadley Cantril, Stuart Dodd, and others) and the larger historical context in which they lived and worked, this book aims to tell part of the story of how the field of communications became divorced from the field of education. The book also examines the work of significant voices on the rise of mass communications study (including C. Wright Mills, William W. Biddle, Paul Goodman, and others) who theorized about the emergence of a mass society. It concludes with a discussion of the contemporary relevance of the theory of a mass society to educational thought and practice.
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End of Humanity 3rd World War The Great Revolution Mass DNA Upgrade New World Order of Yogic Elite

At that time the Heart opens in Love. Your Emotions are but Dancing Chemicals of up and down, on and off, temporary, impermanent.

Author: Yogini TrueKrishnaPriya

Publisher: Yogini TrueKrishnaPriya

ISBN: 9781519969385

Category: Religion

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TRANSMIGRATION OF ENTIRE HUMANITY INTO QUANTUM MIND AT THE ONSET OF GREAT REVOLUTION- INTERSTELLAR COMMUNICATION TRANSMITTED DIVINE PLAN FOR MODERN AGE- EARTH & HUMAN EVOLUTION. The TRUTH buried since last 3000 years must never be Hidden and KNOWLEDGE must reach every Human Being on the Surface of PLANET EARTH. Truth I WRITE will not be Found in ILLUMINATI books that have been written for Human Beings to read and become STUPID. Nevertheless, within the Realm of a YOGI linked with Cosmic Mind such knowledge does Exist. Those who Purchase this book should have nerves of Steel and Will of Iron to be able to Discover the Truth. This Book is for the LION HEARTED TRUTH SEEKER not the Meek Dweller. All Ministers and Citizens of India Should read this Book and the remaining Human Race. Must read for All Ministers and Literate Citizens of India and the remaining Human Race as they need to know the Truth of Hinduism, Creation and Scientifically Upgrade themselves before the NEW WORLD ORDER of YOGIC ELITE ! Text Put Together by GOD's Energy. Should be read as Scripture of NEW AGE From the Mind & Heart of 5th Dimensional Being - Read or PERISH!~ Truth when Revoked from Extinction is not Endorsed by Evil Media & News Agencies (Rothschild Owned) When Truth Endorses itself ! those who are Perceptive by Mind and Receptive by Heart Exercise there Free Will Shall see through the Cloak of Invisibility My Domain is Spirituality (Super Sensory); I shall always Live and Act within that Realm, and in the domain of Spirit I Disintegrate my Biological Body after my MISSION. I speak only from that level of High Consciousness. I Radiate Truth and only Truth-- Truth is not Endorsed by the Media- Truth Endorses Itself. Bitter is the Language of Truth...Love is the Ointment for Soul which is tormented by Truth-TKP Yogini TrueKrishnaPriya Vedic Psyientist #KrivaDna
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Genocide Mass Atrocity and War Crimes in Modern History Blood and Conscience 2 volumes

... and Huguenots—the massacre at Magdeburg during the Thirty Years' War, ... particularly during the time of colonial expansion into Asia, Africa, ...

Author: James Larry Taulbee

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9781440829857

Category: Political Science

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Defining "genocide" as an international crime, this two-volume set provides a comparative study of historical cases of genocide and mass atrocity—clearly identifying the factors that produced the attitudes and behaviors that led to them—discusses the reasons for rules in war, and examines how the five principles laid out in the Geneva Conventions and other international agreements have functioned in modern warfare. • Presents a comparative perspective and detailed historical background for each case that emphasizes how many different factors may lead to atrocity/genocide • Discusses the difficulty of organizing international efforts to intervene to prevent atrocities or to respond at the moment they are occurring • Explains why international prosecutions for genocide are difficult even though the goal of the law is to hold responsible those in charge as well as the planners and instigators • Identifies how cultural factors affect individual attitudes toward what is accepted as legitimate behavior in combat • Focuses on the "law in action" with illustrations from specific cases
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Mass Culture and Italian Society from Fascism to the Cold War

... missed the Italian stars they had grown to love during the war years. ... The Americans could take comfort, for the time being, that their concept of ...

Author: David Forgacs

Publisher: Indiana University Press

ISBN: 9780253219480

Category: History

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From the 1930s to the 50s in Italy commercial cultural products were transformed by new reproductive technologies and ways of marketing and distribution, and the appetite for radio, films, music and magazines boomed. This book uses new evidence to explore possible continuities between the uses of mass culture before and after World War II.
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Weapons of Mass Deception

From the authors of Trust Us, We're Experts! and Toxic Sludge Is Good for You!, here is the first book to expose the aggressive public relations campaign used to sell the American public on the war with Iraq.

Author: Sheldon Rampton

Publisher: TarcherPerigee

ISBN: 1585422762

Category: History

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Examines the campaign to sell the Iraq War to the American public, including supposed links to the events of September 11, 2001, rumors of weapons stockpiles, and the reaction of commercial news media to White House reports.
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Winning the Cold War Impact abroad of U S private information mass media Impact abroad of special activities of selected private U S organizations Problems and techniques of international communications September 11 12 and 13 1963

Incidentally , during the time that I was public affairs officer in Italy we carried on a very intensive and substantial anti - Communist program which I ...

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Subcommittee on International Organizations and Movements

Publisher:

ISBN: HARVARD:32044049754096

Category: Cold War

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Focuses on role of private business, educational, and trade union organization in fostering positive U.S. image abroad; Classified material has been deleted.
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Mass Culture mass Death

the world war and Weimar realism Stephen Matthew Brockmann ... not only to witchcraft and magic but to animal sacrifice and springtime planting rites.

Author: Stephen Matthew Brockmann

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ISBN: WISC:89095290680

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