Saint Charles Borromeo church
History and description
Saint Charles Borromeo
the Antwerp jesuit church
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The original Dutch edition
Rudi Mannaerts, Sint-Carolus Borromeus · De Antwerpse jezuïetenkerk, een openbaring was edited by vzw Maria-Elisabeth Belpaire and Toerismepastoraal Antwerpen, with the support of the Willy Hendrickx foundation. This book (in Dutch) was edited in Antwerp on October the 1st 2011.
Rudi Mannaerts studied art history at the Louvain university and was ordained as In the Roman Catholic Church, the priest is an unmarried man ordained as a priest by the bishop, which gives him the right to administer the six other sacraments: baptism, confirmation, confession, Eucharist, marriage, and the anointing of the sick. for the bishopric of Antwerp in 1989. Being responsible for Tourism Pastoral in Antwerp, he takes care of revealing the Antwerp churches. He oversees the training the guides and has various publications on church art on his behalf. He is also a teacher of religion in secondary education (St. Lievenscollege) and pastor of the This is a title that the Church bestows on a deceased person who has lived a particularly righteous and faithful life. In the Roman Catholic and Orthodox Church, saints may be venerated (not worshipped). Several saints are also martyrs. Andrew parish.
|Layout||For the book: Frederik Hulstaert, Antwerpen
For the website: Marc Dehaese
|Pictures||For the book: Stefan Dewickere, Edegem & Hugo Maertens, Brugge
For the website: Wim Strecker, unless otherwise stated
|Lithos printing, Pulderbos|
|Illustrations||Archief – Sint-Carolus Borromeuskerk
Museum Plantin-Moretus/Prentenkabinet Antwerpen · UNESCO World Heritage
Katrijn Mannaerts (drawings)
|Thanks to||Guido de Baere SJ, Chris Deen, Pierre Delsaerdt, Marc Hesbain, Katrijn Mannaerts, Trudi Noordermeer, Ellen Storms, Herman Van Goethem, Kerkfabriek Sint-Carolus Borromeus|
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