Ischia.it english - Easter Ischia.it, tourist island of Ischia in the Bay of Naples, near Capri, hotels, apartments, restaurants, beaches, churches, services http://www.ischia.it/en/easter 2018-08-21T21:07:25+02:00 Joomla! - Open Source Content Management Easter colored eggs and the game of "Tozza tozza" 2016-05-25T11:04:02+02:00 2016-05-25T11:04:02+02:00 http://www.ischia.it/en/easter-colored-eggs-and-the-game-of-tozza-tozza Rosalinda Di Meglio rosalinda@pointel.it <div class="feed-description"><p><img src="images/phocagallery/Foto_Ischia/pasqua_ad_ischia/domenica_palme/thumbs/uova.jpg" alt="uova" style="margin: 5px; border: 5px solid #d4c9c9; float: right;" title="Il gioco delle Uova rosse" /></p> <p>Children and youngsters, at the first warmth of &ldquo;summer&rdquo;, removed shoes and caluosci (wood and leather clogs), and the most fortunate, shoes, walking barefoot on the lava stone slabs already warm. In the short shorts pockets, there were two things, essentialat that time...One was the ubiquitous strummolo (the Spin with string) and the other was the tiramolla (the sling).The latter served to undermine the lizards and, with very little success, small migratory birds skipping plant to plant. Before Palm Sunday instead, in all homes, grandmothers and mothers prepared the eggs dyed red, boiling them with natural dyes, roots or other.The &ldquo;red eggs&rdquo; were instant prey to us children and teenagers, boys and girls.Happy, with our egg in hand, we played, for hours, in spaces that smelled of spring and freedom.We played tozza tozza.&laquo;When Buonocore ladies put us in a circle to teach the gospel now, the catechism or more dull (only for girls) &ldquo;good manners&rdquo; behavior, there was always joker who intervened&raquo;, recalls my friend Odette Del Dotto.&laquo;Signuri, to me, told me Barbone, that the fact of the red eggs, is not a thing of Jesus, but belongs to the pagan history.</p> </div> <div class="feed-description"><p><img src="images/phocagallery/Foto_Ischia/pasqua_ad_ischia/domenica_palme/thumbs/uova.jpg" alt="uova" style="margin: 5px; border: 5px solid #d4c9c9; float: right;" title="Il gioco delle Uova rosse" /></p> <p>Children and youngsters, at the first warmth of &ldquo;summer&rdquo;, removed shoes and caluosci (wood and leather clogs), and the most fortunate, shoes, walking barefoot on the lava stone slabs already warm. In the short shorts pockets, there were two things, essentialat that time...One was the ubiquitous strummolo (the Spin with string) and the other was the tiramolla (the sling).The latter served to undermine the lizards and, with very little success, small migratory birds skipping plant to plant. Before Palm Sunday instead, in all homes, grandmothers and mothers prepared the eggs dyed red, boiling them with natural dyes, roots or other.The &ldquo;red eggs&rdquo; were instant prey to us children and teenagers, boys and girls.Happy, with our egg in hand, we played, for hours, in spaces that smelled of spring and freedom.We played tozza tozza.&laquo;When Buonocore ladies put us in a circle to teach the gospel now, the catechism or more dull (only for girls) &ldquo;good manners&rdquo; behavior, there was always joker who intervened&raquo;, recalls my friend Odette Del Dotto.&laquo;Signuri, to me, told me Barbone, that the fact of the red eggs, is not a thing of Jesus, but belongs to the pagan history.</p> </div> Easter, Passage and the Spring Egg 2016-05-25T10:33:58+02:00 2016-05-25T10:33:58+02:00 http://www.ischia.it/en/easter-passage-and-the-spring-egg Rosalinda Di Meglio rosalinda@pointel.it <div class="feed-description"><p><img src="images/phocagallery/Foto_Ischia/pasqua_ad_ischia/domenica_palme/thumbs/corsa_angelo.jpg" alt="corsa angelo" style="border: 5px solid #d4c9c9; margin: 5px; float: right;" title="La statua dell'Angelo" />Easter was also a little known deities belonging to the worship of the ancient Saxons. Scandinavian goddess of spring was the symbol of the resurrection of all nature and was worshiped at the beginning of this season. Just the Norwegians, the &ldquo;pagans&rdquo;, at that time, had as a habit, among other things, the exchange of colored eggs called &ldquo;Ostara eggs&rdquo; that now have become the "Easter eggs&rdquo;. It is likely that from this devotion derives the word in English.</p> </div> <div class="feed-description"><p><img src="images/phocagallery/Foto_Ischia/pasqua_ad_ischia/domenica_palme/thumbs/corsa_angelo.jpg" alt="corsa angelo" style="border: 5px solid #d4c9c9; margin: 5px; float: right;" title="La statua dell'Angelo" />Easter was also a little known deities belonging to the worship of the ancient Saxons. Scandinavian goddess of spring was the symbol of the resurrection of all nature and was worshiped at the beginning of this season. Just the Norwegians, the &ldquo;pagans&rdquo;, at that time, had as a habit, among other things, the exchange of colored eggs called &ldquo;Ostara eggs&rdquo; that now have become the "Easter eggs&rdquo;. It is likely that from this devotion derives the word in English.</p> </div> Holy Week as popular tradition of the islands of Ischia and Procida 2012-03-06T18:13:59+01:00 2012-03-06T18:13:59+01:00 http://www.ischia.it/en/the-holy-week-as-popular-tradition-of-the-islands-of-ischia-and-procida Massimo mpilato@pointel.it <div class="feed-description"><p><img src="images/phocagallery/Foto_Ischia/pasqua_ad_ischia/misteri/thumbs/phoca_thumb_l_procida-venerdi-dei-misteri-4.jpg" alt="mistery of Procida" width="620" class="caption" style="margin: 5px; border: 5px solid #d4c9c9; float: right;" title="I Sacri Misteri di Procida il venerd&igrave; Santo" />Holy week is rich in emotional moments to evoke the human passion of Jesus. The rites accompany the catholic liturgy and contribute to pass on and affirm even more the Christianity. Songs, performances, scenic representations that help the visitor to know the island tradition.</p> </div> <div class="feed-description"><p><img src="images/phocagallery/Foto_Ischia/pasqua_ad_ischia/misteri/thumbs/phoca_thumb_l_procida-venerdi-dei-misteri-4.jpg" alt="mistery of Procida" width="620" class="caption" style="margin: 5px; border: 5px solid #d4c9c9; float: right;" title="I Sacri Misteri di Procida il venerd&igrave; Santo" />Holy week is rich in emotional moments to evoke the human passion of Jesus. The rites accompany the catholic liturgy and contribute to pass on and affirm even more the Christianity. Songs, performances, scenic representations that help the visitor to know the island tradition.</p> </div> The Angel’s run in Forio on the Island of Ischia 2012-03-06T11:37:40+01:00 2012-03-06T11:37:40+01:00 http://www.ischia.it/en/the-angel’s-run-in-forio-on-the-island-of-ischia Massimo mpilato@pointel.it <div class="feed-description"><p><img class="caption" style="margin: 5px; border: 5px solid #d4c9c9; float: right;" title="Pasqua ad Ischia - Corsa dell'Angelo a Forio" src="images/phocagallery/Foto_Ischia/pasqua_ad_ischia/corsa_angelo/thumbs/phoca_thumb_l_pasqua-ischia-67.jpg" alt="Angeles run in Forio" width="620" /> In Forio, the largest of the six municipalities of the island of Ischia, along the main street of the village, in the late morning of Easter Day, occurrs the passion play called the "Angel Run", organized by the ancient Confraternity of Santa Maria Visitapoveri with office in the homonym church in Piazza Municipio.</p> </div> <div class="feed-description"><p><img class="caption" style="margin: 5px; border: 5px solid #d4c9c9; float: right;" title="Pasqua ad Ischia - Corsa dell'Angelo a Forio" src="images/phocagallery/Foto_Ischia/pasqua_ad_ischia/corsa_angelo/thumbs/phoca_thumb_l_pasqua-ischia-67.jpg" alt="Angeles run in Forio" width="620" /> In Forio, the largest of the six municipalities of the island of Ischia, along the main street of the village, in the late morning of Easter Day, occurrs the passion play called the "Angel Run", organized by the ancient Confraternity of Santa Maria Visitapoveri with office in the homonym church in Piazza Municipio.</p> </div> Actus Tragicus in Forio of Ischia 2012-03-06T18:56:54+01:00 2012-03-06T18:56:54+01:00 http://www.ischia.it/en/actus-tragicus-in-forio-of-ischia Massimo mpilato@pointel.it <div class="feed-description"><p><img src="images/phocagallery/Foto_Ischia/pasqua_ad_ischia/actus_tragicus/thumbs/phoca_thumb_l_pasqua-ischia-51.jpg" alt="actus tragicus" width="620" class="caption" style="margin: 5px; border: 5px solid #d4c9c9; float: right;" title="La Sacra rappresentazione della morte di Ges&ugrave;" />Original sacred drama dedicated to the passion and death of Jesus, the representation was designed and built by St. Francis of Assisi back in 1111 and staged in the streets of Forio from 1982 through the initiative of a group of young volunteers. The participants wear costumes designed and made by a wonderfully well-known local craftsman, in procession through the streets of the country, starting from Municipio square, and to Piazza Colombo where the representation began, the event concludes with crucifixion of Jesus and the thieves at the Soccorso church square.</p> </div> <div class="feed-description"><p><img src="images/phocagallery/Foto_Ischia/pasqua_ad_ischia/actus_tragicus/thumbs/phoca_thumb_l_pasqua-ischia-51.jpg" alt="actus tragicus" width="620" class="caption" style="margin: 5px; border: 5px solid #d4c9c9; float: right;" title="La Sacra rappresentazione della morte di Ges&ugrave;" />Original sacred drama dedicated to the passion and death of Jesus, the representation was designed and built by St. Francis of Assisi back in 1111 and staged in the streets of Forio from 1982 through the initiative of a group of young volunteers. The participants wear costumes designed and made by a wonderfully well-known local craftsman, in procession through the streets of the country, starting from Municipio square, and to Piazza Colombo where the representation began, the event concludes with crucifixion of Jesus and the thieves at the Soccorso church square.</p> </div> The ‘Ndrezzata’ of Buonopane on Easter Monday 2012-03-06T18:56:54+01:00 2012-03-06T18:56:54+01:00 http://www.ischia.it/en/the-‘ndrezzata’-of-buonopane-on-easter-monday Massimo mpilato@pointel.it <div class="feed-description"><p><img class="caption" style="margin: 5px; border: 5px solid #d4c9c9; float: right;" title="The ‘ndrezzata’ of Buonopane, on Easter Monday" src="images/phocagallery/Foto_Ischia/Tradizione/thumbs/phoca_thumb_l_tradizione-ndrezzata-3.jpg" alt="La Ndrezzata" width="620" />Is not linked to the Christ’ resurrection but is symbol of a moment of peace and the end of hostility among people of Barano and Buonopane. In the 16th century, a fisherman from Barano is said to have given her girlfriend a coral necklace, but the same necklace was founded in the hands of a young guy from Buonopane.</p> </div> <div class="feed-description"><p><img class="caption" style="margin: 5px; border: 5px solid #d4c9c9; float: right;" title="The ‘ndrezzata’ of Buonopane, on Easter Monday" src="images/phocagallery/Foto_Ischia/Tradizione/thumbs/phoca_thumb_l_tradizione-ndrezzata-3.jpg" alt="La Ndrezzata" width="620" />Is not linked to the Christ’ resurrection but is symbol of a moment of peace and the end of hostility among people of Barano and Buonopane. In the 16th century, a fisherman from Barano is said to have given her girlfriend a coral necklace, but the same necklace was founded in the hands of a young guy from Buonopane.</p> </div> Easter emotions in Forio 2014-04-06T15:52:10+02:00 2014-04-06T15:52:10+02:00 http://www.ischia.it/en/easter-emotions-in-forio Massimo mpilato@pointel.it <div class="feed-description"><p><img class="caption" style="margin: 5px; border: 5px solid #d4c9c9; float: right;" title="Angel's run - Forio" src="images/Pasqua/Pasqua.jpg" alt="Pasqua" />Easter in Forio is a collection of faith, culture, history and tradition blend to create atmospheres and inimitable emotions.<br />Back in 1982, a group of young volunteers of the association Actus Tragicus every year on Fridays before Easter of Resurrection, starting at approximately at 20.00, puts up the Passion of Christ. Original sacred drama over a trail of about 1 km, dedicated to the last 12 hours of Jesus life.</p> </div> <div class="feed-description"><p><img class="caption" style="margin: 5px; border: 5px solid #d4c9c9; float: right;" title="Angel's run - Forio" src="images/Pasqua/Pasqua.jpg" alt="Pasqua" />Easter in Forio is a collection of faith, culture, history and tradition blend to create atmospheres and inimitable emotions.<br />Back in 1982, a group of young volunteers of the association Actus Tragicus every year on Fridays before Easter of Resurrection, starting at approximately at 20.00, puts up the Passion of Christ. Original sacred drama over a trail of about 1 km, dedicated to the last 12 hours of Jesus life.</p> </div> The Mysteries of Procida 2014-04-18T07:52:10+02:00 2014-04-18T07:52:10+02:00 http://www.ischia.it/en/the-mysteries-of-procida Massimo mpilato@pointel.it <div class="feed-description"><p><img class="caption" style="margin: 5px; border: 5px solid #d4c9c9; float: right;" title="The Mysteries of Procida" src="images/Pasqua/misteri.jpg" alt="misteri" />The Dead Christ parading in the procession of Good Friday is the very soul of Procida, the quintessential of the man’s personal and intimate pain. These abandoned and bleeding limbs are venerated by many people. There is no superstition, just a great faith that drives anyone to the Church of St. Thomas Aquinas (via Marcello Scotti ), where the headquarters of the Congregation of Turchini and is exposed throughout the year, to feel the need instinctive to accept his hand, especially now that the reliquary of plexiglas that protects it, is to be replaced.</p> </div> <div class="feed-description"><p><img class="caption" style="margin: 5px; border: 5px solid #d4c9c9; float: right;" title="The Mysteries of Procida" src="images/Pasqua/misteri.jpg" alt="misteri" />The Dead Christ parading in the procession of Good Friday is the very soul of Procida, the quintessential of the man’s personal and intimate pain. These abandoned and bleeding limbs are venerated by many people. There is no superstition, just a great faith that drives anyone to the Church of St. Thomas Aquinas (via Marcello Scotti ), where the headquarters of the Congregation of Turchini and is exposed throughout the year, to feel the need instinctive to accept his hand, especially now that the reliquary of plexiglas that protects it, is to be replaced.</p> </div> Easter in Ischia 2012-03-06T17:52:10+01:00 2012-03-06T17:52:10+01:00 http://www.ischia.it/en/the-easter-in-ischia Massimo mpilato@pointel.it <div class="feed-description"><p><img class="caption" style="margin: 5px; border: 5px solid #d4c9c9; float: right;" title="La Domenica delle Palme ad Ischia" src="images/phocagallery/Foto_Ischia/pasqua_ad_ischia/domenica_palme/thumbs/phoca_thumb_l_pasqua-ischia-31.jpg" alt="domenica delle palme" width="620" />The most important event of the Christianity, Easter, represents a time of sorrow that becomes time of joy afterwards. An important moment of cathartic re-birth through the sufferings of the God’s Son, in which the man’s sufferings live again. Christ dies and resurrects. And with Him, the Nature. Easter, in fact, has not the same date every year – the first Sunday after the first full moon and the vernal equinox – because it’s the same date of the beginning of the fine weather and boasts ancient venerations linked to the passage of Winter and to the ‘sunrise’.</p> </div> <div class="feed-description"><p><img class="caption" style="margin: 5px; border: 5px solid #d4c9c9; float: right;" title="La Domenica delle Palme ad Ischia" src="images/phocagallery/Foto_Ischia/pasqua_ad_ischia/domenica_palme/thumbs/phoca_thumb_l_pasqua-ischia-31.jpg" alt="domenica delle palme" width="620" />The most important event of the Christianity, Easter, represents a time of sorrow that becomes time of joy afterwards. An important moment of cathartic re-birth through the sufferings of the God’s Son, in which the man’s sufferings live again. Christ dies and resurrects. And with Him, the Nature. Easter, in fact, has not the same date every year – the first Sunday after the first full moon and the vernal equinox – because it’s the same date of the beginning of the fine weather and boasts ancient venerations linked to the passage of Winter and to the ‘sunrise’.</p> </div>