Gyrus septem ecclesiarum


Gyrus septem ecclesiarum ad acquirendas Indulgentias Septem Principalium Ecclesiarum Urbis Romae[1] est peregrinatio circa Romana sanctuaria praecipua, a sancto Philippo Neri die 25. Februario a.D. 1552 instituta. Haec includit visitationem quattuor basilicarum maiorum et trium basilicarum minorum dictarum sed illustrium :

Numerus "septem" symbolicus est et evocat e.g. numerum collium Urbis et mirabilium orbis terrarum. Non est autem explicitus nexus inter has septem ecclesias et illas quae in libro Apocalypsis nominantur.

Peregrinatio haec XXV chiliometrorum est et fieri potest in uno die, ab apertura Vaticani (7:00 a.m.) ad clausuram Sanctae Mariae Maioris (7:00 p.m.).

Gyrus septem ecclesiarum fuit in principio devotio antequaresimalis, feriae V. in hebdomada ante Cineres (i.e. die Iovis "grassus" dictus). Dein fuit norma ad indulgentiam plenariam obtinendam in Iubilaeo a.D. 1575. Requisita minima paulatim minora fuerunt. A.D. 2000, hae septem ecclesiae (individua, non gyrus omnis) iterum designata fuerunt ad obtinendam indulgentiam.

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Percursus


A Sancto Petro ad Sanctum Paulum

Platea S. Petri – Burgus s. Spiritus – Via "dei Penitenzieri" dein Via Portae S. Spiritus dein Via "della Lungara" dein Via "della Scala" – Sancta Maria Trans Tiberim - Via "della Lungaretta" – Platea in Piscinula – insula Tiberina – "Lungotevere Pierleoni" – Platea "Bocca della Verità" – Clivus Publiciorum – Via S. Priscae – Platea Albaniae – Via Pyramidis Cestii - Porta S. Pauli – Via Ostiensis.

A Sancto Paulo ad Sanctum Sebastianum

Via septem ecclesiarum (non recta, per via magna Christophori Columbi) – Catacombae SS. Domitillae, Sebastiani, Callixti.

A Sancto Sebastiano ad Lateranum

Catacumbae S. Callixti – Quo Vadis – Via Appia Antica - Porta S. Sebastiani – Via Portae S. Sebastiani - Platea magna Numae Pompilii – Via Drusi – Via Navicellae – Hortus Villae Celimontanae – Via S. Stephani Rotundi.

A Laterano ad Hierosolymam

Platea Portae S. Iohannis – Via magna Caroli Felice.

Ab Hierosolyma ad Sanctum Laurentium

Platea magna Portae Maioris – Porta Praenestina (dein, sub ferri via) – Via magna Scali S. Laurentii – Via Verani – Plateae magnae Verani et S. Laurentii

A Sancto Laurentio ad Sanctam Mariam Maiorem

Via Tiburtina – (dein, sub ferri via) - Ecclesia s. Bibianae – Via Iohannis Giolitti – Via "Lamarmora" – Platea Victoris Emmanueli II – Via Caroli Alberti.

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