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Author Heijst, Annelies van.

Title Models of Charitable Care : Catholic Nuns and Children in their Care in Amsterdam, 1852-2002
Published Leiden : BRILL, 2008
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Description 1 online resource (427 pages)
Series Brill's Series in Church History, 33
Brill's series in church history ; 33
Contents Contents; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Chapter One: A History of Care; Chapter Two: Caring for Roosje; Chapter Three: Men in Association: Class and Charity; Chapter Four: Ladies and Housemaids: Gender and Charity; Chapter Five: Powerful and Empowering Care: Confession and Charity; Chapter Six: From the Viewpoint of Care Receivers; Chapter Seven: The Care Vision in the Normative Texts; Chapter Eight: Caring for the Children of God; Chapter Nine: The Making of Charitable History; Chapter Ten: The Ethics of Charitable Care
List of Superior Generals of the Poor Sisters of the Divine Child, or Sisters of 'The Providence'Glossary of Religious Terms; Bibliography; Index
Summary Analyses the practice of Catholic nuns in Amsterdam in the 19th and 20th century. This book focuses on the ambiguous ascetic spiritual discourse that underpinned their work: it encouraged charity as solidarity with strangers, but caused intense emotional distance too
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Subject Arme Zusters van het Goddelijk Kind.
Zusters van 'De Voorzienigheid' (1970)
Church work with children -- Catholic Church
Church work with children -- Netherlands -- Amsterdam.
Nuns -- Netherlands -- Amsterdam.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9047442709 (electronic bk.)
9789047442707 (electronic bk.)