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Los Hermanos Penitentes : a vestige of medievalism in Southwestern United States

Author: Lorayne Ann Horka-Follick
Publisher: Los Angeles : Westernlore Press, 1969.
Dissertation: St. Andrews, London 1968
Series: Great West and Indian series, 38.
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Horka-Follick, Lorayne Ann, 1940-
Hermanos Penitentes.
Los Angeles, Westernlore Press, 1969
(OCoLC)644272670
Material Type: Thesis/dissertation
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lorayne Ann Horka-Follick
OCLC Number: 59597
Description: xi, 226 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
Contents: Historiographical setting: Physical setting ; Purpose of the Brotherhood ; Historiography ; Credo of secret societies ; Penitente reaction to Anglos ; Anglos reaction to Penitentes --
The Spanish-American personality: Basic Spanish-American characteristics ; The idea of penance ; The mental set of a Spaniard ; Relations of Penitentes --
Penance over the centuries: The Christian view of penance ; Early ages of penance ; Middle Ages and penance ; Spain and penance ; Mexico and penance ; Yaqui penance --
A possible origin of La Hermandad: Los Hermanos Penitentes ; St. Francis of AAssisi; The Franciscans and penance ; Juan de Oñate ; Self-mortification in New Mexico ; The reconquest and the Third Order ; La Hermandad --
Religious structure of La Hermandad: Comparison of ritual ; Periods of penance ; Initiation rites ; Equipment for rituals ; La Semana Santa ; Specific examples of Penitente penances ; Results of the penances ; Velorios --
Political structure, La Hermandad: Recruitment and membership ; Constitution and by-laws ; Officers ; Women's auxiliary group ; Judicial power ; Political strength ; Specific examples of power --
The economic position: The village setting ; The occupations ; The economic role of the Penitentes --
The social factors: Pioneer Spanish families ; Social significance of the Brotherhood ; Penitente opinion of outsiders --
Attitude of Roman Catholic Church: The early ecclesiastical attitude ; The local clergy ; The official position today --
The fine arts: Art ; Alabados ; Architecture --
The future of the Brotherhood: Erroneous idea ; The future ; Contributions of the Penitentes --
Appendices: I. From a Penitente document, dated February 23, 1861 ; II. Penitentes in California [letter] ; III. Información dada al Gobernador Fernando Chacon por el Rev. P. Custodio, 17 Septembre, 1794 ; IV. An example of a Penitente constitution; the by-laws for the Hermano Mayor and the Celador; addenda to the rules ; V.A Penitente ghost-story ; VI. The Penitentes and the law --
A glossary of Penitente terms.
Series Title: Great West and Indian series, 38.
Responsibility: by Lorayne Ann Horka-Follick.

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