La administración y la renovación de los lugares de culto católico en Australia

Palabras clave: iglesias católicas en Australia, patrimonio cultural, pautas de cuidado y protección, Concilio Vaticano II,, liturgia

Resumen

El Consejo Nacional de Arquitectura y Arte Litúrgico (NLAAC) es un órgano asesor de la Comisión Episcopal de Liturgia de la Conferencia de Obispos Católicos de Australia, con el mandato de brindar asesoramiento en las áreas de arquitectura litúrgica, arte y patrimonio. El Consejo ha preparado pautas para su uso en toda la Iglesia Católica en Australia. El más reciente de estos documentos, Fit for Sacred Use: Stewardship and Renewal of Places of Worship (2018) se centra en los edificios eclesiales existentes con referencia particular al patrimonio cultural, que es el tema de esta ponencia. El Vaticano II buscó la participación litúrgica, plena y activa, de todas las personas, por lo que las iglesias existentes se reordenaron para fomentar la inclusión. Es oportuno considerar preguntas sobre lo que constituye nuestro patrimonio y cómo se valora. Fit for Sacred Use establece los principios litúrgicos y patrimoniales que son fundamentales para conservar, renovar y reordenar un edificio de la iglesia. Su enfoque holístico considera cómo renovamos nuestras iglesias mientras honramos nuestra herencia.

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Biografía del autor/a

Ursula de Jong, Deakin University (Geelong)

Dr Ursula de Jong is Associate Professor in the School of Architecture & Built Environment at Deakin University, Geelong, Australia. She is an architectural historian, specialising in 19th century architectural history. A scholar of the Gothic Revival and an authority on the architect William Wardell, one of Australia’s most significant nineteenth‐century architects, she has published widely on Wardell’s work. Publications include St Patrick’s Cathedral: a Guide for the Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne; the book, William Wardell and Genazzano FCJ College; and a substantive article on Wardell in the Encyclopedia of Australian Architecture (2012). She is currently researching the biography of Wardell. Dr de Jong is also a researcher of place, completing an ARC Linkage project in 2016, titled Sea Change communities: intergenerational perception and sense of place. She is a member of the National Parks Advisory Council, and member of the Point Nepean National Park Management Advisory Committee. She is President of the Nepean Conservation Group, Inc.
Dr de Jong is Director and Deputy Chair of the National Trust of Australia (Victoria), and Chair of the NTA(V) Heritage Advocacy Committee; she is a full member of Australia ICOMOS, the International Council on Monuments and Sites (MAICOMOS); foundation member of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia & New Zealand (SAHANZ); and a member of the National Liturgical Architecture and Art Council (NLAAC), an advisory council of the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference.

Flavia Marcello, Swinburne University of Technology (Melbourne)

Flavia Marcello currently works at the Interior Architecture and Industrial Design, Swinburne University of Technology. Flavia does research in the architectural and urban history of Rome and Italian architecture of the Fascist period. Her most recent publication is 'Rome remembers fascism: the monument to the Fosse Ardeatine massacre as immersive historical experience'.

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Publicados
2019-12-31
Cómo citar
de Jong, U., & Marcello, F. (2019). La administración y la renovación de los lugares de culto católico en Australia. Actas De Arquitectura Religiosa Contemporánea, 6, 156-171. https://doi.org/10.17979/aarc.2019.6.0.6236