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Author Heijst, Annelies van.

Uniform Title Liefdewerk. English
Title Models of charitable care [electronic resource] : Catholic nuns and children in their care in Amsterdam, 1852-2002 / by Annelies van Heijst.

Imprint Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2008.

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Description x, 414 p. : ill.
Series Brill's series in church history, 1572-4107 ; v. 33. Religious history and culture series ; v. 1
Brill's series in church history ; d. 33.
Brill's series in church history. Religious history and culture series ; v. 1.
Note Translated from the Dutch.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. [395]-408) and index.
Contents Introduction -- History of the problem -- A history of care -- Charity as a historical care practice -- History and ethics -- Care and faith -- Method and purpose -- Definitions of care -- Caring for roosje -- Reconstruction of a life story -- Tribute to a mother -- Construction of a complaint -- An appropriate and yet contestable judgement on care -- Men in association : class and charity -- Catholic care provision in Amsterdam -- Bishop van Vree -- Father Frentrop, Doctor Cramer and their association of municence -- Father Hesseveld, a secular priest -- Activities of the in terms of care -- An instrumental model of charity -- Ladies and housemaids : gender and charity Catholic caring women in historiography -- Education for girls -- The servants' issue -- Beyond the thesis of the 'civilisation offensive' -- Gender, class, and religion -- Powerful and empowering care : confession and charity -- Approach and definitions -- Benevolence as both care and power -- Humanising Protestantism -- Prison reform by Fry -- Butler's dedication to prostitutes -- Influence of Fry and Butler on the Netherlands -- The inner mission movement -- Conceptual comments -- From the viewpoint of care receivers -- Evelina's memoirs -- The very beginning -- The arrival of Mietje Stroot -- A controversial first communion -- Institutional expansion -- Nursemaids become real sisters -- A charitable care practice experienced from within -- Civilisation offensive, charitable solidarity, or caring power -- Tronto's fourth phase revised : two responses to care -- Care leavers and their opposite judgements -- The care vision in the normative texts -- Normative writings and daily life -- History of the church and history of religion -- Principles and a name -- The rule -- Instructions for the upbringing of the children -- The constitutions of 1882 -- The sisterly care vision : a referential and a replacement view -- The purpose of the congregation in terms of care solidarity with strangers because of metaphorical kinship -- Caring for the children of God.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2015. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.
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.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author ProQuest (Firm)
ISBN 9789004168336 (hardback : alk. paper)
9004168338 (hardback : alk. paper)

 
    
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