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TRIESTE - Trieste is going to have a first mosaic of the artist Jesuit priest Marko Ivan Rupnik, an artist who combines the spirit of the East to the West.
Rupnik, is widely known for its mosaics commissioned by the cardinals to the chapel "Redemptoris Mater" at the Vatican on the occasion of the priestly jubilee of Pope John Paul II, and those scattered in the churches and basilicas in the world, from America to Middle East From San Giovanni Rotondo to Fatima, Lourdes, from Madrid, from Paris to Ljubljana.
The occasion is the completion in the parish church of St. Thérèse of the baptistery, which was lacking. The project - strongly backed by the parish priest Fr Paul Iannaccone and the parish council and designed by architects Paolo Marciani of Rome and Giovanna Tognon of Trieste - has been possible thanks to the essential contribution of Dr. Vincenzo Molinari, who with a concrete work for the church wanted to remember the dead wife, and free contributions of the Foundation "Luigi Perrone" and the many parishioners who, with their generosity, are still proving to believe in the project allowing this dream turn into reality.
The church in Via Manzoni, designed in 1973 by architects Carlo and Luciano Celli and Dario Tognon, will soon (already Saturday, April 16, at 17, the opening with the solemn blessing by the bishop) be provided with a dedicated space specifically located at the entrance to the baptism of the church, an old Christian tradition, realized by an Cieffe constructions. The source and the support for candles for Easter rites, from a single block of marble "Sivec" from Macedonia, and hand made by a Slovene, and designed by the Slovenian Rupnik, and glass doors with designs inspired by two famous mosaics of the Patriarchal Basilica of Aquileia (this is of the Good Shepherd and the struggle between the tortoise and the rooster) will crown as a mosaic of ca. 25 sqm. baptismal theme, inspired by the book of Revelation chapter 22, in harmony with the existing architectural and realized on an idea of the same artist Jesuit and by Atelier of the Spiritual Art of the Center "Ezio Aletti" in Rome.
Father Rupnik is an artist but also a theologian: he teaches at the Pontifical Oriental Institute at the Gregorian University, and at St. Anselm, and is the author of numerous publications. In 1994, encouraged by some artists, decided to open in the Centro Ezio Aletti in Rome a spiritual Art Atelier, where we could create together for the Church. There is drawn to the memory of the iconographic tradition of the Churches of East and West, because only then, "on top of his lungs," you think you might know Christ and to witness more and more full. There is inspired by Byzantine icon as an expression of a figurative, colorful, that the Christian East has been able to purify so well with the criteria of the liturgy, but also to the Romanesque and Gothic.
Now the next Monday, April 11, at 20.30, this artist will have the opportunity to present to interested parishioners and the richness of the symbols adopted into the complexity of this work, which will surely talk about him.
TECHNICAL AND RUPNIK.doc
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