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Benedictine monks of the congregation of Santa Giustina, Padua, c. 1480-c. 1568.

Barry Collett

Benedictine monks of the congregation of Santa Giustina, Padua, c. 1480-c. 1568.

by Barry Collett

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Published in [Oxford] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Benedictines. -- Congregazione di Santa Giustina,
  • Benedictines -- Italy -- Padua,
  • Santa Giustina di Padova (Monastery)

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX3039.P3 C6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination319, viii leaves.
    Number of Pages319
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15531517M

    His Book of the Nativities was one of eight astrological treatises written by him in The work describes the planetary influences upon man’s fate at the time of his birth. The University of Padua, near Venice, had a well-established school of astronomy. Peter D’Abano, revered scholar at the school, translated Ibn Ezra’s astrological   The Kings of Aragon continued to protect the Inquisition, and James II., in , published a decree, commanding the tribunals of justice to assist the Dominicans, to imprison all who might be denounced, to execute the judgments pronounced by the monks, to remove every obstacle which they might meet with, &c. The hatred which the office of an

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Benedictine monks of the congregation of Santa Giustina, Padua, c. 1480-c. 1568 by Barry Collett Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Benedictine monks of the congregation of Santa Giustina, Padua, c. by Barry Collett, edition, in English The Benedictine monks of the Congregation of Santa Giustina, Padua, c - c Author: Collet, B. ISNI: Awarding Body: University of Oxford Current Institution: University of Oxford Date of Award: Availability of Full Text: ?uin= 1 day ago  Italian Benedictine Scholars and the Reformation The Congregation of Santa Giustina of Padua.

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• by lumud • In 20 • 0. Italian Benedictine Scholars and the Reformation - Barry Collett This book explores the intriguing role of the almost-forgotten Congregation of Benedictine monks of Italy and southern France in the events of these tumultuous years. From archival and published records, the picture emerges of a closely-knit order of humanist scholars whose religious and philosophical studies later put them in a unique position to understand the The Rosenbach, Free Library of Philadelphia, MS /8.

Milan or Padua, Italy, Dated This short manuscript contains the Ordo for the entry of a female novitiate into a monastic order according to the rules of the Benedictine congregation of Santa Giustina in ://?sort=-publicdate.

The Benedictine monks [ ] held that free will and works were necessary, not for merit, but as a means of restoring human nature, so that there was no conflict between gratia sola and opera humana [ ].» B. Collett, Italian Benedictine Scholars before the Reformation: the Congregation of Santa Giustina of Padua, Oxford,p.

Eugene IV then, deprived the Sylvestrines of the monastery of the Holy Spirit of Siena, as well, which was then given to the Congregation of Santa Giustina in (27).

The polyptych of Segna of Bonaventura, depicting the Blessed Virgin with Saints Benedict and Sylvester, now held in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, came from ://?page_id= Maurists, The - A congregation of Benedictine monks in France, whose history extends from to It Maurus Magnentius Rabanus, Blessed - (Also Hrabanus, Reabanus).

Abbot of Fulda, Archbishop of Mainz, celebrated theological ?lst=M. Praglia (Padua), Veneto, Benedictines of the congregation of S. Justina (from ); S. Maria, S. Benedictus et Omnes Sancti; see Cottineau II ; Bossi da Modena, Matricula monachorum Congregationis Casinensis ordinis S.

Benedicti. I:ed. Novelli and Collett, Barry ITALIAN BENEDICTINE SCHOLARS AND THE REFORMATION The Congregation of Santa Giustina of Padua Oxford University Press / Hardcover Very Good- in Very Good dust jacket Ex-library copy with usual stamps, call numbers and bookplate. Stamp to top of textblock.

Front endpaper has adhesive ://?page=shop/browse&category_id= Benedictine Order - The Benedictine Order comprises monks living under the Rule of St Benedictional - (Benedictionale).

A book containing a collection of benedictions or blessings in use in Benedictus Polonus - A medieval Friar Martin - A learned Benedictine of the Congregation of St.-Maur, b. at Amiens, France, 6 ?lst=B.

Cross of Jesus, Brothers of the - A congregation founded in at Lyons, France, by Father C.M. Bochard, Doctor of the Sorbonne, Vicar-General of the Diocese of Lyons Crotus, Johann - German Humanist, b. at Dornheim, in Thuringia, c. ; d. probably at Halle, c. Crown, Franciscan - Also known as the Seraphic Rosary.

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A Clarendon Press Publication. Oxford Historical Monographs. This book explores the intriguing role of the almost-forgotten Congregation of Benedictine monks of Italy and southern France in the eventful years between and   (16) The Congregation of Beuron.-This congregation was founded by Dom Maurus Wolter, who, whilst a seminary professor, was fired with the desire of restoring the Benedictine Order in Germany.

(16) La Congregazione delle Beuron.-questa Congregazione è stata fondata da Dom Maurus Wolter, che, mentre un professore in seminario, è stato Abbazia di Santa Giustina (Padua, Italy) (Benedictine abbey) 1 Abbey of Bury St.

Edmunds 1 Abbey of Kinloss (Cistercian) 1 Abtei Amorbach 1 Albertanus, of Brescia, fl 12th century (author of Latin treatises and sermons) 1 Alexander, R., fl c (Scottish law clerk) 1 Maurists, The - A congregation of Benedictine monks in France, whose history extends from to Maurus, Saint - Deacon, disciple of St.

Benedict. Portrayed by St. Gregory the Great as a model of monastic obedience. Died Maurus, Sylvester - Writer on philosophy and theology, b. at Spoleto, 31 Dec., ; d. in Rome, 13 Jan.,   The Catholic Reformation. The Catholic Reformation was a reform movement that took place within the Roman Catholic Church during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.

The movement is also known as the Counter Reformation, but many historians prefer not to use this term because it suggests that changes within the church were simply a reaction to ://   DAVIS C.T., “Ubertino da Casale and his Conception of ‘altissima paupertas’” in Studi Medievali 22() DAVIS R.H.C.– WALLACE-HADRILL J.M.

(ed.), The Writing of History in the Middle Ages. Essays presented to Richard Willian Southern, Clarendon Press, Oxford. Italian Benedictine Scholars and the Reformation by Barry Collett,available at Book Depository with free delivery ://  The stone where Santa Giustina knelt for her martyrdom and the body of Santa Cristina, martyred at 13 inwere taken from this church to San Francesco della Vigna and the church's Baroque high altar ended up in Sant'Apona l.

In the church and what remained of the convent was converted into a school for sailors, the church being split Lived: c. Feast day: March Mayor of Rome, he became a Benedictine monk, papal nuncio, and finally pope.

He is a doctor of the church. A cross in his right hand with three crossbars, a miniature church in his left, in a cape and decorated garment, wearing the pope’s triple ://?g=&p=