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IN MEMORY OF DON MISITI

Don Misiti, a man of faith who has spent for art and  culture. Fourth of seven children, was born in Santa Severina (KR) September 25, 1939, into a family of humble origins. He attended primary schools in Santa Severina and titoto follows the academic title of “Baccalaureato ” of the Pontifical Regional Seminary “St. Pius … Continue reading

THE RELIGIOUS HEART OF SANTA SEVERINA : THE CATHEDRAL

The Metropolitan Church is on the northern side of the Piazza Camp. The Cathedral has a Latin cross plan with three naves. It was erected by Archbishop Roger of Stefanuzia between 1274 and 1295. It has suffered so far continuous transformations ,the most notable of these changes were made by the archbishops Pisani, Berlingieri, Ganini … Continue reading

SANTA FILOMENA CHURCH

  Above a rocky ridge overlooking the valley of the Neto , stands the small church of Santa Filomena, otherwise known as the Pozzoleo. A wonderful example of sacred architecture of transition, the church of St. Philomena dates from the period between the eleventh and twelfth centuries AD, therefore built in Norman times over a … Continue reading

INTERVISTA A PINO BARONE DEL MUSEO DIOCESANO DI SANTA SEVERINA.

QUANDO NASCE IL MUSEO DIOCESANO? Il museo nasce nel 1998, da un idea embrionale  di Monsignor Agostino, allora Vescovo di Crotone e Santa Severina. Nel 1974 Santa Severina diventa Concattedrale,perdendo la sede dell’Arcivescovado,proprio per questo  Monsignor Agostino pensò che  il modo migliore di recuperare la storia di Santa Severina potesse essere un museo.L’ idea iniziale … Continue reading