Father Marko Rupnik the Artist3 (Spain)

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Father Marko Ivan Rupnik, (born 28 November 1954) is a Slovenian Jesuit, based in Rome, whose mosaics adorn churches at Fatima and Lourdes, in Almudena Cathedral in Madrid, in Cluj-Romania as well as the Pope’s private chapel.
Father Marko Ivan Rupnik is director of the Centro Aletti, a Rome meeting place for artists and intellectuals from Western and Eastern Europe. In addition, he teaches at the Pontifical Oriental Institute and the Pontifical Gregorian University

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  • I have two original paintings of Marko I. Rupnik and i unfortunatly have to sell one of them. If any one is interested in his work, please contact me. email: mosabnik@gmail.com
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    Gracias Pilar. I love very much your Rupnik pictures. Thank you
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  • @michaelasanda Gracias Michaela por recomendar mi presentación. Felicitaciones por el estupendo trabajo que estás haciendo sobre el Padre Rupnik. Ahora estoy de viaje, pero lo disfutaré con mas detenimiento cuando vuelva a Madrid. Un abrazo.
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    Thank you Mireille. Yes, immense talent is exhibited in his works....
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  • No words ! Such wonders, Lots of thanks !
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  • To the right and to the left of the throne and of the Lamb you can catch a glimpse of the Heavenly Jerusalem, and you can see a multitude of angels and saints. The Lamb is made of gold tesserae, as He is the Light (cf Jn 1:4). He sends out waves of light. The saints are depicted in various tones of colours, to show that they are in the light, they are from the light, but also that they are not the light. They received the light, and they let the light illumine and penetrate them. They welcomed the gift of divine life, the Light of men, and their own time and life were penetrated by this light, were transfigured: they have come to be part of the day without setting, endowed with a light that will never fade. The gold tesserae, as well as the ones in different tones, show that the Heavenly reality is completely different from the physical one that we can perceive in the cosmos.
  • Pubblicato il 23 marzo 2011 SPAGNA: atti sacrileghi nelle Università Dopo l’umiliazione inflitta al presidente della Conferenza Episcopale Spagnola, nonché Arcivescovo di Madrid, Antonio María Rouco Varela, a cui due mesi fa è stato impedito di tenere una lectio magistralis nell’università della sua stessa città (una vicenda che ha riproposto con modalità e contenuti pressoché identici la tristemente storica “cacciata” di Papa Benedetto XVI dall’Università La Sapienza), la scorsa settimana nuovi episodi di intolleranza anticristiana si sono registrati in diverse università del Paese. Sempre a Madrid, stavolta presso l’Università Complutense, una settantina di studenti sono entrati nella cappella del campus e, urlando slogan contro il Papa e contro la Chiesa, si sono denudati dalla vita in su, scambiandosi baci omosessuali sull’altare. Quindi, prima di abbandonare la cappella, hanno imbrattato le pareti della stessa con scritte blasfeme. Non è la prima volta che la cosa accade: già all’inizio di marzo la cappella dell’Università era stata presa di mira. Il gesto sacrilego è stato rivendicato con orgoglio da parte della “Asociación Universitaria Contrapoder”, un gruppo anarco-comunista che si batte per la “laicizzazione” (cioè la scristianizzazione) di scuole e università spagnole e che preannuncia altre azioni analoghe, finché la cappella – considerata a loro dire offensiva per la “libertà di coscienza” degli studenti – non sarà definitivamente chiusa. Qualche giorno dopo è toccato all’Università di Barcellona. Qui, alcuni ragazzi hanno impedito l’accesso alla piccola cappella che si trova davanti alla facoltà di economia mostrando scritte e disegni blasfemi. Nel più grande di questi era raffigurata l’immagine di Gesù Bambino blasfemamente ritratto con un braccio alzato (a mo’ di saluto nazista, evidente richiamo al Paese natale del regnante Pontefice) e la croce nell’altro. Sotto la scritta: «Non passerai, senza la tessera da cristiano». Fra l’altro, la cappella era stata appena riaperta dopo un periodo di tensioni e attacchi da parte di diversi gruppi radicali, per cui il Rettorato – incapace di garantire l’ordine – aveva preferito chiuderla, sopprimendo perfino la celebrazione della Messa quotidiana chiesta dagli studenti. Stessa situazione all’Università di Valladolid, dove il luogo di preghiera è stato chiuso, ufficialmente per «contingenze tecniche». Il fatto paradossale è che non di rado le medesime autorità ospitano nelle Università “eventi” di segno opposto che nulla hanno a che fare con la ricerca e il sapere, per di più con chiari obiettivi propagandistici: così, ad esempio, l’Università di Madrid il mese scorso ha autorizzato un chiassoso sit-in di protesta – ideato dalla Associazione Madrilena degli Atei e dei Liberi Pensatori – che ha visto la partecipazione di sigle ed esponenti gay, lesbiche e transgender per protestare contro la prossima visita del “seňor Benedicto” (sic). È la dimostrazione più evidente di come la tanto invocata imparzialità e neutralità delle istituzioni pubbliche il più delle volte sia solo un concetto astratto e inesistente nella realtà.

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  • 1. http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/sandamichaela-1686769-rupnik3/
  • 2. Iglesia de San Pedro Apóstol de Gijón - Church of San Pedro Apóstol in GijónUntil 1893 this was the only parish church in the town of Jovellanos, a famous figure of the Enlightenment who was baptizedhere. The original church was destroyed in the Spanish Civil War (1936) and a new church was built on the same site.
  • 3. Marko Ivan Rupnik was born November 28, 1954 in Zadlog, Slovenia near Idrija. He is the fourth child, after three sisters. He studied philosophy in Ljubljana and then, in 1977, enrolled in the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome. Theological studies at the Pontifical Gregorian University of Rome followed. He was ordained a priest in 1985. In 1991 he earned a doctorate. Since September of 1991 he has lived and worked in Rome at the Centro Aletti, of which he is the director. He teaches at the Pontifical Oriental Institute, the Pontifical Gregorian University, Saint Anselm Pontifical Liturgical Institute, and gives seminars and lectures at numerous other European academic institutions. In 2002 he was decorated with the honor “Sign of honor of the freedom of the Slovenian Republic”, conferred on him by the president of the republic. In 2003 he received the international “Beato Angelico” prize for Europe. Father Marko Ivan Rupnik is a Slovenian Jesuit, based in Rome, whose mosaics adorn churches at Fatima and Lourdes, in Almudena Cathedral in Madrid, in Rome or Milan, in Cluj- Napoca Romania as well as the Pope’s private chapel in Vatican.Cappella della sede episcopaleTenerife, La Laguna
  • 4. Marko Ivan RupnikCapilla de la girola de la iglesia de San Pedro
  • 5. Cappella della Conferenza episcopale spagnola, Madrid, 2011
  • 6. Cappella della Conferenza episcopale spagnola,Madrid, 2011
  • 7. Capilla Hospital Beata Maria Anade las Hermanas HospitalariasHospital General Beata María Ana,Hermanas Hospitalarias SagradoCorazón de Jesús, Madrid
  • 8. Veronica
  • 9. Capilla Hospital Beata Maria Ana de las Hermanas Hospitalarias Samaritano
  • 10. La Universidad CEU San Pablo (CEU-USP) is a privateSpanish university, Catholic, university located in Madridand campus in Madrid and AlcorcónA Catholic University is a private university run by theCatholic Church or by Catholic organizations likereligious institutes. According to the census of theVaticans Congregation for Catholic Education, the totalnumber of Catholic universities and higher educationinstitutions around the world is 1,358.
  • 11. Cappella allaUniversità CEU San Pablo Madrid Ottobre 2009
  • 12. According to legend, in a time of famine a mother pelican woulddraw blood from her own chest and give the blood to her chicks.Thus the pelican symbol in Christianity, also called pelican-in-her-piety, symbolizes the sacrifice of Christ on the cross(because he gave his blood for others) as well as the Eucharist(because it represents Christs blood and provides spiritualnourishment)
  • 13. The Bridge Pavilion (Spanish: Pabellón Puente) is a building designed by British-Iraqi architectZaha Hadid that was constructed for the Expo 2008 in Zaragoza (Spain) as one of its mainlandmarks. It is an innovative 280-metre-long (919 ft) covered bridge that imitates a gladiolaover the river Ebro, connecting the neighborhood of La Almozara with the exposition site, andthus becoming its main entrance. The new bridge is, at the same time, a multi-level exhibitionarea; 10,000 visitors per hour frequented the Pavilion of the world exhibition. Zaragoza Spain
  • 14. Zaragoza, Iglesia de Santa María Madre de la Iglesia, barrio de La Almozara
  • 15. Text and pictures: Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasandaSound: Olga Szyrowa - Ave Maria (Passion of the Christ) Francesca Ancarola y Los Gregorianos - Ave Maria