Vedi Napoli e poi muori… Parte IV

Cattedrale di San Gennaro

 

Gennaro (Benevento o Napoli, 21 aprile 272 – Pozzuoli, 19 settembre 305) è stato un vescovo e un martire cristiano; è venerato come santo dalla Chiesa cattolica e dalla Chiesa ortodossa.
È il patrono principale di Napoli, nel cui duomo sono custodite le sue ossa e due antichissime ampolle contenenti il presunto sangue del santo raccolto da una donna pia di nome Eusebia subito dopo il martirio. Queste ampolle vengono esposte alla venerazione dei fedeli tre volte l’anno: il sabato precedente la prima domenica di maggio, il 19 settembre ed il 16 dicembre; giorni cari alla pietà partenopea in quanto in essi si può assistere al fenomeno della liquefazione, attestata per la prima volta nel 1389 come fatto già noto e considerato dalla pietà popolare un miracolo.

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