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Or use Google Translate selecting a language here: Durante il fine settimana a Napoli, durante il Congresso Internazionale organizzato dalla Scuola Europea […]. Or use Google Translate selecting a language here: Un giovane astro nascente della danza reggina tra i talenti in gara per partecipare […]. Thye gobbo therefore appears occasionally among evil eye talismans The gobbo draws good fortune and the chili [and corno] repels bad fortune. As the title suggests, the influence of Christ the Church stopped at the town of Eboli and seemed to go no farther. It seems that the Sicilians were more interested in rituals and recitations than theology.

I think there is "some" truth to this statement but, I don't think "interested" is the correct operative word. Many rural folk in the south were uneducated and may not have understood theology as much as they understood rituals and recitations. Remember, the christian faith started as an extremely intellectual and urban movement and itself adopted more ritual and recitations when it came up against deeply rooted pagan beliefs in the rural areas.

Northern Italy became better educated because they developed a middle class of merchants and traders who could afford to educate their children. Southern Italy and Sicily had much smaller middle class and, retained the older rural ways longer. The Christian faith probably never would have grown or survied if it had not taken on "pagan-like" wrapping paper to present it's gift to the masses of peoples.

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And that is the main point The other choice was a totally impractical one Educate the masses so they could all understand the deeper theology:. I have a question about superstitions. I've watched the movie the "A Bronx Tale" several times. I have noticed that "C" the young character and "Sonny" the "Don" for lack of another descriptive word, exchanged a sign of friendship with a hand gesture. When I was young, my father had told me the same hand gesture was for wishing evil on someone. Or he called it "horns". My Nana Pauline Russo use to say that hand sign the one from Bronx Tale was a sign to keep the evil eye away.

She believed one of her babies died becuase of the evil eye. A women kept saying how beautiful her baby was. When my Nana told her mother-in-law about the woman, my great grandmother told her not to walk that way any more. We were always told never say a baby is beautiful, whenever you felt like saying this you should always say instead, God bless this baby.

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Three years ago in Ferrazano Campobasso , I was suffering from a migraine while Marie and I were researching old family records at the "city" hall. Needing lunch or something we went to the restaurant the only. The young waiter recognized me as a sick puppy and was very solicitous. After I had ordered plain rice, he returned and asked me my name.

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I asked why. His grandmother was in the kitchen and wanted to help. She was going to write my name in oil drops in a pan on the stove. About fifteen minutes later, I told my sister I really was feeling a lot better!!! I don't question anything - as long as it works. I met grandmother in the kitchen, chatted with the family and left feeling my normal self. I remember a great aunt who would rush home when anyone would tell her she was pushing around a "beautiful baby" and pour holy water in a dish and put in drops of oil.

If the oil spread out over the water, that was a bad sign and she had to say some prayers to rid the evil. If the drops stayed relatively in the same place, things were ok. She would bless herself and be calm again. How well I remember those festivals in Hammonton, NJ. As a boy growing up inthe 30's in Paulsboro, NJ going to the festival was an annual event.

Most of all I remember the fireworks display at the end of the days celebration. And oh yes, about the oil and water bit. Whenever we got a headache, the"Evil eye" was the cause, of course.