Franciscan Order

  • (noun): A Roman Catholic order founded by Saint Francis of Assisi in the 13th century.

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Paulus Moritz
... Catholic cleric and founder of a minor branch of the Franciscan order ... youth in his diocese into a Congregation of Franciscan Tertiary Brothers whose services he hoped to enlist for the diocese ... from where he, in January 1901, proceeded to Lahore where Bishop Pelkmans admitted him into the Franciscan order and appointed him the Procurator of ...
St. Thomas Anglican Church (Mountain Home, Arkansas) - History - Franciscan Order
... In February 2010, the first missional monastic order of the Anglican Church in North America chose to relocate to property immediately adjacent to the church ...
Fraticelli - History and Branches - The Michaelites
... The "theoretical" controversy about poverty carried on in the Franciscan Order, or rather, carried on against John XXII, gave occasion to the formation of this group ... from the "practical" controversy waged by the Spirituals relative to the practice of Franciscan poverty which they wished to observe, whereas the leaders in ... The Franciscan lector, Bérenger Talon, defended the Beghard ...
Christian Monasticism - History - Early Christianity - Cenobitic Monasticism
... Within the permanent order, there are two main saints St ... focused on schools, and the education of the monks in their respective orders ... to reform the educational tactics throughout the monasteries in order for the monks to be a better person, and more greatly achieve their quest of living a life like that of Christ ...

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