Prior General

Some articles on prior general, prior, general, priors:

Augustinians
... the Discalced Augustinians, were once part of the Augustinian Order under a single Prior General ... of the Augustinian friars in Spain, became autonomous in 1612 with their first Prior General, Enrique de la Sagrada ... Discalced friars became an independent religious congregation with their own Prior General in 1592, and were raised to the status of a separate mendicant Order in 1610 ...
Congregation Of Windesheim - History
... greatness of Windesheim was Johann Vos, the second prior (1391–1424), under whom the number of canons was greatly increased and many foundations were made ... all members of the congregation subject to the Prior General, who could transfer them from one house to another as needed ... An annual General Chapter was held at Windesheim "after the fashion of the brethren of the Carthusian Order," at which all the priors would offer their resignation ...
Augustinians - The Augustinian Friars
... Secular Fraternities, legitimately established by the Prior General ... and female, formally aggregated to the Order by a decree of the Prior General (this would include the Augustinians of the Assumption, the Sisters of St Rita, etc.) b) Other ... The Order is under the supervision of a Prior General in Rome, and as an international Order they are divided into various Provinces throughout the world, with each Province being led by a Prior ...
Augustinian Friars - History - Organization of The Order - Government
1309), prior general of the order from 1298 to 1300, and by Clement of Osimo ... The Rule and Constitutions were approved at the general chapter held at Florence in 1287 and at Ratisbon in 1290 ... The government of the order is as follows At the head is the prior general ...

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