By Scott C. Stevenson
This custom source presents readers with a large collection of options aimed toward expanding attendance for designated occasions. It incorporates a number of thoughts to advertise occasions and techniques for attracting the meant materials.
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1), Christ is shown among people whose torn clothes and crutches designate them as poor in property—they do not possess wealth, their outward appearance displays no wealth. The scriptural text that accompanies the image does not explicitly describe the people as poor; its focus is Christ, [RSV] “who, though he was in the form of God, did not count equality with God a thing to be grasped, but emptied himself, taking the form of a servant, being born in the likeness of men. ” Here, too, low economic and social status, such as the poor of towns, was the outward manifestation of Christ’s extraordinary embodiment.
In these images, and in others, poverty was the visualization of humility—much as it had been for Francis. The attack on the grandeur and hauteur of the Papacy had resonances for Protestants throughout Europe. We can speak of a “Protestant aesthetic,” in which somber doctoral robes replaced the colored silks and gold stitching of priests’ stoles and chasubles; and a Protestant ethic, in which endowments for masses for the dead were redirected to support the poor, in which alms collection became a civic and communal responsibility.
76 Ways to Increase Special Event Attendance by Scott C. Stevenson