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It is difficult to systematize the works of Ochino because he does not present himself as a theologian nor does he, even in the Dialogues, follow any logical system or progression. Our Christian lives and our moral lives converge in this lived response to our faith in Christ. Ogni persona e che sia ignorante, leggendolo, sentiria tanta dolcezza e piacere quanto mai dir si possa.
Per Cristo tu vedrai quella infallibile porta; per Cristo tu vederai la sapienza de Dio; per Cristo vederai la potenza de Dio; per Cristo la suprema giustizia de Dio. Knowledge without love and an intellect without faith, therefore, is useless and vain. In an evocative metaphor which he uses within his fifth sermon at Lucca, Ochino emphasizes the centrality of the cross for the Christian:.
The best way to know ourselves and to understand the depth of our sin and the limits of our nature is to view the darkness of our condition in the light of Christ. E vedendo quanto Cristo mi ama, io voglio amar solo lui e non voglio amar nessuna altra cosa.
As in the Beneficio di Cristo, Ochino sees the Eucharist in the overarching perspective of the memorial of this passion and death. Cargnoni mentions that during the processions of the forty hours devotion, Ochino had insisted on the use of the Crucifix. Abbiamo causa per questo sagramento di avere a memoria la Passione e morte del Figliuol de Dio sul legno della croce per lavare gli nostri peccati e torne fuora delle mani de Lucifero.
Sono alcuni che contemplano Cristo su la croce, ma non veggono in lui se non quei crociati e tormenti, e le spine e gli chiodi e la lancia. Ma bisogna che tu rompi questo pane, che tu lo mastichi e che tu lo rumini e che tu lo macini bene alla similitudine di Maria, che conservabat omnia verba haec, conferens in corde suo. Se tu romperai questo pane, se tu lo frangerai, se lo masticherai bene, verrai a conoscere Cristo e Dio in quella frazione. Ma il ce si pensa poco e manco si crede; basta che qualche volta il diciamo con la bocca.
Bernardino: La signoria vostra ha trovato dove sta tutto il male nostro. E penso che tanto si ami, quanto si creda. Reform of the individual begins through faith and the resultant love of God for all that God has done for us in Christ. In his Luccan sermons, even as he admonishes his listeners to turn their faith into action, the reasons for this action are clear. E in ogni l[u]ogo finalmente dove si trova, sempre piange;. It flows from a loving faith and presence to the crucified Lord.
In the first of the Venetian sermons, Ochino mocks those who treat the sacrament of confession mechanically without sensing sorrow for sin in the love of God. And so he exhorts his hearers:. This amendment of life, then, comes from a living faith that leads to an ardent love. In all of this is the recognition in Ochino of the need for grace. In fact, grace is the all-encompassing understanding of the great works in Christ. Bernardino, however, was more optimistic in his view of the human person than some of his contemporaries. Allora ti goderai le tue fatiche, anzi, quelle di Cristo.
He mocks the Venetians who observed Good Friday in such a way that the Jews feared leaving their houses lest they be killed. A questi giorni bisogna che ci conformiamo a Cristo crocifisso che tanto fu liberale sul legno della croce a concederci e donarci e inricchirci delle sue grazie fino a darsi de stesso a noi.
In the end, Ochino raises rhetorical questions regarding the precepts of the Church in these holy days.
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What if the Christian law commands me something while my spirit wants to do something else? Al qual Cristo disse:. Dieci si sono mondati e dove sono gli nove? Non est inventus qui rediret et daret gloriam Deo, nisi hic alienigena? Obeying the spirit of charity is thus a higher command than just the words of Jesus themselves. Though an effective rhetorical device, almost parabolic in its intent to shock his hearers into recognition, the audience at Venice would have been well aware that he was castigating them for their lack of love not their lack of obedience to the Church in response to the healing that had already taken place in the saving cross of Christ Jesus.
It need be said immediately that the words never occur as such. In his work, Nuovi contributi su Bernardino Ochino, Rozzo has drawn the lines of current opinion on the topic. Cargnoni would believe that scholars such as Rozzo would like to advance the thesis that this nascent protestantism was present even from the earliest extent writings in He feels that:. Nicolini has written that in the seventh dialogue, e.
In questa religione non vi stanno novizi. Further, within the profession itself, Rozzo highlights what Ochino does not say about the Church. Credo nella sua dottrina e son certo [ sic ] per fede che non manca mai con la sua grazia.
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Confesso la vita delli santi con la Chiesa di Cristo esser immacolato e santa; e finalmente io creggio e confesso tutte le cose le quai sono obligato a credere. Perhaps, in the end, we are left with only idle speculations about Ochino and his leanings toward justification by faith in his sermons and dialogues. But, one could easily agree with Emidio Campi that:. From what we have seen, it would appear that we may answer in the affirmative.
We began this study discussing the climate of Italian humanism in sixteenth century Italy, and we have ended it with a discussion of reformation thought in Ochino. But ironically, the religious life in which he sought answers was in the midst of profound change, indeed not simply within his own Franciscan community, but in his Church, in his country and in his world. Bernardine was an Observant Franciscan who found himself unsettled enough to join a nascent group of men who had wanted to recover their roots in the heroic ideals of Francis. Thus, he was deeply influenced by the spirit and the thought of the Franciscan tradition.
Bernardine Ochino, however, was also an Italian who lived in the sixteenth century. He was educated in Italy, and his friends and associates were often from the class of noble men and women who had nurtured and shared both ideas and ideals and sought a return to more simple though, in retrospect, somewhat idealized roots. As such he was also to absorb and to contribute to the social and cultural movements which were so much a part of his youth and his adult life. When discussing the history of the Capuchins in the context of the counter-reformation, Elizabeth Gleason, an American, raises questions of culture and of context.
I believe, because of its pertinence, that it deserves to be reproduced here:. The Capuchins began as an Italian order, and their origins and early history must be studied in the context of sixteenth-century Italian religious history. Every movement of criticism and dissent and every heretic about whom anything is known has received serious scholarly attention from lay historians. But the history of Catholic orders remains a family affair, as it were, cultivated within the various institutes established by the orders and staffed by their members.
Learned and thoughtful articles reach a limited readership. It is as if a whole side of religious life barely existed — yet the new orders of the sixteenth century must be integrated into the history of the Church as well as of Italian culture and thought in its entirety. Why was the Franciscan ideal in all its austerity so attractive precisely at a time when Protestant ideas were spread throughout the peninsula?
Were there possible connections between what we might call Franciscan fundamentalism and Protestant calls for purification of the Church and a return to Biblical theology? What were the connections between sixteenth century Italian evangelism and the thought of the first generation of Capuchins? Who were the first Capuchins — what was their social and educational background? Why did their preaching find such a resounding echo in Italian society? While noting the failure of superiors to recognize and encourage the movements of reform at their beginnings, Nimmo conjectures:. We must allow that their shortcoming is mitigated by the metaphysical and, to modern eyes, greatly exaggerated importance medieval thinkers generally attached to structural unity: it may be said that, for them, it was a principle on which the universe and the continuance of life in any form depended.
Thus there was perhaps some significance in the fact that the first definitive division of the Order came in the year in which, traditionally, 95 theses nailed to a door in Wittenberg heralded the break-up of the medieval Church, and the second year when Sir Thomas More went to the block for upholding the unity of Christendom. What is the connection, if any, between contextual thought and religious action? Can religious reform and renewal be seen outside the context of the social and cultural currents which shape minds? Bernardine Ochino, his life, his thought and his personality, might provide an opening to begin to answer some of these questions.
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