Feuillants

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Congregation Of The Feuillants - Monasteries
... Among the congregation's houses were Les Feuillants Abbey (Abbaye Notre-Dame des Feuillants) (Labastide-Clermont, Haute-Garonne) Abbaye Notre-Dame du Val (Mériel ...
Congregation Of The Feuillants
... The Feuillants were a Roman Catholic congregation, originating in the 1570s as a reform of the Cistercian life in Les Feuillants Abbey in France but soon after declared an independent order ...
Feuillant (political Group)
... The Feuillants were a political grouping that emerged during the French Revolution ... It came into existence when the Jacobins split between moderates (Feuillants) who sought to preserve the position of the king and supported the proposed plan of ... The Feuillant deputies publicly split with the Jacobins when they published a pamphlet on 16 July 1791, protesting the Jacobin plan to participate in the popular demonstrations against Louis XVI on the Champs ...
Jean De La Barrière
... He was the commendatory abbot of Les Feuillants Abbey at the age of 19, and founder of the reformed Cistercian order that arose there, the Feuillants ... During 1587 Henry III built a monastery for the Feuillants to commemorate his friendship with Jean ... The Feuillants used herbs for sacred rituals ...
Feuillant
... Feuillant and its plural Feuillants, a French word derived ultimately from the Latin for "leaf", can refer to the following Les Feuillants Abbey, also known as Feuillant Abbey (Latin Fulium), a Cistercian monastery ...