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Back to Sendangsono: A Marian Pilgrimage Site as a Lens on Central Javanese Cultural Values

Sendangsono is by far the most popular place of pilgrimage for Roman Catholics in Indonesia. It has been known from time immemorial as a centre of worship of indigenous religions. However, during the first three decades of the twentieth century the Roman Catholic missionaries Van Lith and Prennthale... Full description

Journal Title: Bijdragen tot de Taal- Land- en Volkenkunde, 2018, Vol.174(2/3), pp.244-263
Main Author: Beck, Herman
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title: Back to Sendangsono: A Marian Pilgrimage Site as a Lens on Central Javanese Cultural Values
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  • Religious Diversity
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description: Sendangsono is by far the most popular place of pilgrimage for Roman Catholics in Indonesia. It has been known from time immemorial as a centre of worship of indigenous religions. However, during the first three decades of the twentieth century the Roman Catholic missionaries Van Lith and Prennthaler succeeded in turning it into a Christian pilgrimage centre focused on the devotion to Maria. By applying the principles of adaptation and inculturation these Jesuit priests turned the place into a West European Christian stronghold amid a hostile, 'pagan' environment. However, since the late fifties of the twentieth century a kind of 'Javanization' of this Marian pilgrimage site seems to have taken place. The author, architect, and priest Yusuf Bilyarta Mangunwijaya played a crucial role in this process. Partly due to his efforts, Sendangsono became the place where Javanese believers of all persuasions celebrate their 'shared Javanese cultural values as a Common Bond'. Keywords ritual - shared sacred places - religious diversity - Javanization
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