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    Saint Peter Influence

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    that Saint Peter, Saint Paul, and The Council of Jerusalem had. These two men and this council broke the Catholic Church out of Jewish Tradition and into the mainstream land with the goal of reaching all people no matter what cultural differences they may have; all were welcome thus forming the foreground of the Catholic Church. Saint Paul; who came from a background of hatred toward the Church experienced a conversion into Christ, this serves as an example for all citizens of this Earth. Saint Peter

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    representing a philosopher or a god, this statue was transformed into St. Peter in the late 16th century by adding the expressive head, hands, and feet in gilt bronze, and a throne. The artist to this amazing sculpture is unknown to the world, we know it was made by a Roman sculptor who carved the piece out of rare Greek cipollino marble. Using various layers of different colors to create movement and forms in the body. The Ludovisi Saint Peter was once part of the Ludovisi collection in Rome where it was on

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    In advance we want to acknowledge to all bmj editors their permanent aid during all 2013th year and to wish to all them a happy new year, best health and new and big successes every day during all the 2014th year. Colombian good results in sports, at international competitions, mainly in football and cyclism produce radical changes in the daily normal society dynamics. Vibrant actions of those sports of crowds can paralize in any moment all our country. All life is suspended and working places are

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    The Life of Saint Peter

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    The Life of Saint Peter Peter Tosh was born into this world without a father or mother with the responsibility, or the time to raise young Peter. He was raised by his aunt, although Peter's personality would have you believe that he raised himself. An extremely self-reliant, self-dependent entity, Tosh fought for those who could not fight themselves. He was a voice for those who had not the means, nor the ability to speak to a worldwide audience. While those with power on the island of Jamaica

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    The Altarpiece of Saint Peter

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    The Altarpiece of Saint Peter Art is a window to the past and there is no place other than the many museums of the world where this is more strongly felt. More specifically, it is also seen through Martin de Soria's work, The Altarpiece of Saint Peter, which was completed around 1480. According to the panel near the altarpiece in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the piece is an enormous work of tempera on panel with parchment ground; it is a typical Spanish altarpiece of the medieval period and

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    Christian Mosaics in Rome

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    whose witness to Peter’s authority undermines his own. The emphasis placed on the primacy of Peter in the writings of Felix IV and his predecessors in the pontificate, as well as their efforts to seek autonomy from the Ostrogoths and the Roman senate, further suggests that the particular composition of this apse mosaic is intended to reaffirm the power of the Roman bishops as spiritual descendants of Saint Peter and Christ’s representatives on earth. Thus, while Ann Marie Yasin may emphasize the symmetrical

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    Apostolic Ministry in Rome

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    in Rome. While some modern scholars question whether the Apostle Peter was ever in Rome, he is certainly the most celebrated Apostle of the city. A simple example of this is that the largest basilica in Rome (and one of the largest in the world) is named in honor of Saint Peter. The Apostle Paul's existence in Rome is less disputed and even though he is less commemorated nearly two millennia later. The circumstances surrounding Peter and Paul's arrivals in Rome, their ministries in Rome, and their

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    Exploring Basilicas and Churches in Rome

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    of many other beautiful churches and basilicas. Some of these include basilicas such as: Santa Maria Maggiore, St. Giovanni in Lateran, and St. Peter in Chains and churches like St. Peter Outside the Walls and San Giuseppe del Falegnami/ Mamertine Prison. These churches and basilicas through their history, art, architecture, and relics or tombs of saints create a rich and intriguing history of ancient Rome. Santa Maria Maggiore HISTORY: Santa Maria Maggiore was created in 350 AD by Pope

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    The Vatican : Past and Present

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    Peter's Basilica" ). It initially built by the emperor Constantine on top of St. Peter’s grave (SCTJM 2006) . It was done when Pope Sylvester I was the head of the church ("St. Peter's Basilica" 2014). What we see right now the renovated version of St. Peters. Once the old church started to deteriorate Pope Nicolas V declared it to be unsafe and requested Bernardo Rossellino to rebuild the church. After Pope Nicolas V died Pope Julio II decided to continue with the idea ("St. Peter's Basilica" ). Thus

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    Pilgrimage

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    Pilgrimage A pilgrimage is a journey to a holy place. The holy places that Christians choose to visit on pilgrimage can include; where a saint lived, where a relic of a saint is kept, where a vision occurred or where Jesus lived. To travel to holy places (such as Rome or Lourdes) is in itself considered a part of the pilgrimage. Originally pilgrims would have walked and maybe met with other groups on the way. Some choose to make the journey alone or as a group, e.g. - the HCPT takes sick

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